Artificial Nucleases as Antiviral, Antibacterial Agents
LOYOLA UNIV NEW ORLEANS LA
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Objective Develop strongly binding artificial nucleases, with enhanced sequence-recognition and stability for anti-bacterial and anti-viral applications. Approach Synthesize small metal-chelator complexes suitably modified for coupling to oligonucleotides ODN as nuclease-like probes for binding to target viral RNA sequences.