A method is disclosed to obtain oligonucleotide sequences with high affinity to target molecules. By design, the oligonucleotides have a defined primary and secondary structure. The affinity for binding to target species is classified or quantified by assay measurements using physical measurements rather than being based primarily on separations. Targets include but are not limited to proteins, polymers, biological membranes including cells and organelles and small molecules.
|Original language||English (US)|
|State||Published - Nov 16 2006|
Hudson, B. S., & Borer, P. (2006). Method for the Discovery of High Affinity, High Specificity Oligonucleotide and Derivatized Oligonucleotide Sequences for Target Recognition. (Patent No. 8,921,278).