B–Z transition: A constrained and rotatable double-stranded DNA, in which the rotational freedom was controlled by its placement into a DNA nanoscaffold, was designed (see scheme). The Z α β protein bound preferentially to the rotatable strand rather than the constrained strand, even using the same CG sequence.
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