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The frontispiece shows metal‐mediated base pairing, where the hydrogen bonds present in natural base pairs are formally replaced by coordinative bonds to metal ions located along the helical axis. These base pairs can be made by introducing artificial ligand‐based nucleosides into the nucleic...
The cover picture shows the release of the luminescent rhenium coordination complex (yellow spheres) in solution. This release is triggered by electrochemical stimulus applied through the cable to the metallopolymer, which is represented by the splash of blue paint. The irreversibility of the...
Invited for this month′s cover is the group of Prof. Francesco Paolucci and the group of Prof. Robert Forster and Prof. Tia E. Keyes. The cover picture shows release of the luminescent rhenium coordination complex in solution.
Metal‐mediated base pairs represent an elegant way for the site‐specific functionalisation of nucleic acids. In this type of base pair, the hydrogen bonds between complementary nucleobases are replaced formally by coordinative bonds to one or more transition‐metal ions. This Review presents an...
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