Trioxsalen is a photochemical crosslinker of DNA that has been used as a probe for nucleic acid structure and function. Trioxsalen has also been used to crosslink DNA onto mica surfaces.
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Nilsen et alNilsen et al. (PubMed ID 25183819) found that trioxsalent, a psoralen derivative, was capable of detecting RNA-RNA interactions in tissue culture cells or in extracts by reducing mobility in polyacrylamide gels. -SCBT Publication Review
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