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By introducing a positively-charged cobalt compound to the solution surrounding the molecules, the bridge region is converted to the left-handed DNA structure, called Z-DNA.
Working with Rich, he was looking for proteins that bind to a special form of DNA, called Z-DNA.
Alexander Rich, William Thompson Sedgewick Professor of Biophysics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is known for his discovery of left-handed DNA or Z-DNA and the three-dimensional structure of transfer RNA.
There have been several thousand papers in the last eight years about test tube evidence of Z-DNA,' a particular variety of left-handed DNA, Wells says.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - "A role for Z-DNA or Z-RNA Binding in Pox Virus Pathogenesis: Relevance to Small Pox Therapy" -- Dr.