Nucleic Acid-Related Interactions

Nucleic Acid-Related Interactions


Nucleic acid (DNA/RNA) is an indispensable component of all known life forms. It is widely found in all plants, animals and microbial cells. It is responsible for the storage and replication of genetic material, as well as protein synthesis. Nucleic acids can also interact with many molecules to form the basis of life activities such as growth, reproduction, heredity and metabolism. The structure and function of nucleic acids or other molecules (proteins, small molecules, etc.) are significantly affected by the interactions. Therefore, the establishment of experimental methods that can characterize the interaction between nucleic acids and other molecules is of great significance for revealing the mechanism of the two and deepening the understanding of related biological processes.

To meet the needs of scientific researchers, Creative Proteomics has developed a variety of advanced nucleic acid-related technology platforms for scientific researchers to choose from, including hiCLIP, EMSA, SPR, FRET, NMR, X-ray absorption spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, and atomic force microscopy, etc., they are all effective methods to study the interaction between molecules, helping scientists to explore the structure and function of nucleic acids in more detail.

Fig 1. DNA structure (Minchin, S.; Lodge, J. 2019) Fig 1. DNA structure (Minchin, S.; Lodge, J. 2019)

Our Services


  • Systematic technology platforms and powerful data analysis tools
  • High sensitivity and high-throughput
  • Ability to perform interaction analysis between multiple types of molecules
  • Well-trained technicians and experienced experts
  • Cost-effective

Creative Proteomics is a biotechnology company specializing in the study of molecular interactions. Our superior technology platforms and analysis tools can provide customers with powerful technical support, saving customers time and money while obtaining accurate data. We are honored to be your competent research assistant.


  1. Minchin, S.; Lodge, J. Understanding biochemistry: structure and function of nucleic acids. Essays Biochem. 2019, 63(4): 433-456.
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