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120 Additionally, enzymatic reactions in solution or on beads showed the expected increase in fluorescence with incorporation of xC and the emergence of longer-wavelength emission with xA in the oligomeric products. Fig. 16 Emission spectra of 10mer DNAs terminating in 1-4 xN nucleotides. A) Emission of (xA)n strands (ex. 333 nm); B) emission of (xG)n strands (ex. 320 nm); C) emission of (xT)n strands (ex. 321 nm); D) emission of (xC)n strands (ex. 330 nm). Reprinted with permission from ref. 119.
Synthetic Biology: Volume 1