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Sarah Cooper and John Stubbs publish in ‘Chemical Physics Letters’

July 08, 2015

John Stubbs
John Stubbs

Sarah Cooper (Biochemistry and Neuroscience '15) and John Stubbs, Ph.D., associate professor of chemistry, recently published a paper in the journal Chemical Physics Letters.  

The work, titled "The effect of unequal strand length on short DNA duplex hybridization in a model microarray system: A Monte Carlo simulation study,” investigated the impact of differing DNA strand lengths on DNA double helix stability when attached to a surface.  

The results have implications for the design and interpretation of DNA sequence testing using microarray technology.


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