________________ technique insertion of a flat molecule into the DNA helix in need bond formation.?

________________ means insertion of a flat molecule into the DNA helix lacking bond formation. <-- fill surrounded by the blanks. Something related to drugs


The question is not reasonably accurate, some intercalating agents do form hydrogen bonds with atoms in the DNA making them less promising to be dislodged.

The lab I used to work in used a compound call ethidium bromide to intercalate with chromosomal DNA to gross the bands wider and more pronounced. It be nasty mutagenic stuff.

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