Molecular midwifery: A nucleic acid intercalating molecule, proflavine (represented by blue lines), increases the coupling rate of short oligonucleotides in a template-directed synthesis by three orders of magnitude. Several proflavine molecules act cooperatively to function as a concentration-dependent multimolecular “enzyme”.
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