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Recent advances in understanding nucleic acid function have shown that alternative secondary structures and the chemical modification of nucleotide bases have key regulatory roles in diverse cellular processes, from transcription and translation to cell division and genome stability. Genetic information is carried not only by the sequence of nucleic acids, but also their secondary structures and chemical modifications. For example, guanine-rich sequences can form stable four‑stranded structures called G-quadruplexes (G4s), while certain cytosine bases in DNA can become methylated.
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