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Modelling DNA at the mesoscale: a challenge for nonlinear science?

Abstract : When it is viewed at the scale of a base pair, DNA appears as a nonlinear lattice. Modelling its properties is a fascinating goal. The detailed experiments that can be performed on this system impose constraints on the models and can be used as a guide to improve them. There are nevertheless many open problems, particularly to describe DNA at the scale of a few tens of base pairs, which is relevant for many biological phenomena.
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Michel Peyrard, Santiago Cuesta-Lopez, Guillaume James. Modelling DNA at the mesoscale: a challenge for nonlinear science?. Nonlinearity, IOP Publishing, 2008, 6 (21), pp.T91-T100. ⟨10.1088/0951-7715/21/6/T02⟩. ⟨ensl-00309257⟩

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