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topoisomer An isomer of, typically, a large complex molecule that is distinct from other similar isomers by virtue of its topology, such as degree of twisting or interlocking of ring structures. For example, topoisomers of DNA may be distinguished according to the degree of supercoiling of the double helix.
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