[32]  A. Heckel, G. Mayer
Light-responsive nucleic acids for the spatiotemporal control of biological processes
       in The Chemical Biology of Nucleic AcidsJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2010




[31] T. L. Schmidt, A. Heckel
       Pyrrole/imidazole-polyamide anchors for DNA tertiary interactions
Small 2009,5,1517-1520

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[30]  P. Jayapal, G. Mayer, A. Heckel, F. Wennmohs
       Activity relationships of a caged thrombin-binding DNA aptamer: Insight gained from molecular dynamics simulation studies
J. Struct. Biol. 2009, 166, 241-250

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[29]  M. Buff, T. Mack, A. Heckel
        Lightactivatable nucleic acids "caged" at the nucleobases
Chimia 2009, 63, 261-264



[28] G. Mayer, J. Müller, T. Mack, D. F. Freitag, T. Höver, B. Pötzsch, A. Heckel
       Differential regulation of protein subdomain activity with caged bivalent ligands
ChemBioChem 2009, 10, 654-657



[27]  A. Heckel
       Shedding light on nucleic acids and DNA under construction
Systems Chemistry

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[26]  G. Mayer, A. Heckel, B. Pötzsch
        Aptamer-basierte Reagenzien
Patent application DE 10 2007 011 702.9



[25]  A. Heckel, M. Famulok
       Building objects from nucleic acids for a nanometer world
Biochimie 2008, 90, 1096-1107

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[24]  C. K. Nandi, P. P. Parui, T. L. Schmidt, A. Heckel, B. Brutschy
        Binding of hairpin polyamides to DNA studied by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy for DNA nanoarchitectures
Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 2008, 390, 1595-1603

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[23]  G. Rasched, D. Ackermann, T. L. Schmidt, P. Broekmann, A. Heckel, M. Famulok
       DNA minicircles with gaps for versatile functionalization
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2008, 47, 967-970
Angew. Chem. 2008, 120, 981-984

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