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  1. Novel group of tyrosyl-DNA-phosphodiesterase 1 inhibitors based on disaccharide nucleosides as drug prototypes for anti-cancer therapy
  2. Fluorination of Naturally Occurring N6-Benzyladenosine Remarkably Increased Its Antiviral Activity and Selectivity
  3. ChemInform Abstract: Poly(ADP-ribose): From Chemical Synthesis to Drug Design
  4. Poly(ADP-ribose): From chemical synthesis to drug design
  5. Cytokinin Nucleosides - Natural Compounds with a Unique Spectrum of Biological Activities
  6. Perspectives in Medicinal Chemistry
  7. Modification of the length and structure of the linker of N6-benzyladenosine modulates its selective antiviral activity against enterovirus 71
  8. Crosslinking of Chitosan with Dialdehyde Derivatives of Nucleosides and Nucleotides. Mechanism and Comparison with Glutaraldehyde
  9. Regioselective 1-N-Alkylation and Rearrangement of Adenosine Derivatives
  10. Poly(ADP-Ribose)—A Unique Natural Polymer Structural Features, Biological Role and Approaches to the Chemical Synthesis
  11. Antiviral activity of cytokinin-like adenosine derivatives
  12. High-synconformation of uridine and asymmetry of the hexameric molecule revealed in the high-resolution structures ofShewanella oneidensisMR-1 uridine phosphorylase in the free form and in complex with uridine
  13. Synthesis of 1-N and N6-substituted adenosines
  14. Further improvements in disaccharide synthesis: synthesis of 2’-O-α-D-ribofuranosyladenosine and its derivatives
  15. Disaccharide Pyrimidine Nucleosides and Their Derivatives: A Novel Group of Cell-Penetrating Inhibitors of Poly(ADP-Ribose) Polymerase 1
  16. Physicochemical characterization of uridine phosphorylase from Shewanella oneidensis MR-1
  17. N6-(benzyloxymethyl)adenosine is a novel anticytokinin, an antagonist of cytokinin receptor CRE1/AHK4 of Arabidopsis
  18. Replication-competent gamma-retrovirus Mo-MuLV expressing green fluorescent protein as efficient tool for screening of inhibitors of retroviruses that use heparan sulfate as primary cell receptor
  19. Modification of chitosan cryogels by pyridoxal phosphate to improve sorption capacity
  20. ChemInform Abstract: N6-Substituted Adenosines, Cytokinin and Antitumor Activities.
  21. ChemInform Abstract: Facile Synthesis of 8-Azido-6-benzylaminopurine.
  22. Gel formation in polymeric composites for modification of fibrous materials
  23. Facile Synthesis of 8-Azido-6-Benzylaminopurine
  24. N6-Acetyl-2′,3′,5′-tri-O-acetyladenosine; A Convenient, ‘Missed Out’ Substrate for Regioselective N6-Alkylations
  25. Solid-Supported 2′- O -Glycoconjugation of Oligonucleotides by Azidation and Click Reactions
  26. Sorption of Eu(III) from solutions of covalently cross-linked chitosan cryogels
  27. Synthesis of N6-substituted adenosines
  28. Dialdehyde derivatives of nucleosides and nucleotides as novel crosslinking reagents and their comparison with glutaraldehyde
  29. Selective cleavage of acyl protecting groups in 3',5'-O-(tetraisopropyldisiloxane-1,3-diyl)ribonucleosides
  30. N6-substituted adenosines. Cytokinin and antitumor activities
  31. A New Protocol for Selective Cleavage of Acyl Protecting Groups in 2′-O-Modified 3′,5′-O-(Tetraisopropyldisiloxane-1,3-diyl)ribonucleosides
  32. ChemInform Abstract: Synthesis of O-β-D-Ribofuranosyl-(1′′-2′)-adenosine-5′′-O-phosphate
  33. ChemInform Abstract: Oligonucleotides Containing Disaccharide Nucleosides
  34. Oligodeoxynucleotides Containing N 1 ‐Methyl‐2′‐Deoxyadenosine and N 6 ‐Methyl‐2′‐Deoxyadenosine
  35. Detection of RNA Hybridization by Pyrene-Labeled Probes
  36. About mechanism of chitosan cross-linking with glutaraldehyde
  37. Disaccharide nucleosides as an important group of natural compounds
  38. A large-scale chemical modification screen identifies design rules to generate siRNAs with high activity, high stability and low toxicity
  39. Substrate Specificity of Thymidine Phosphorylase ofE. Coli: Role of Hydroxyl Groups
  40. Phosphoramidite building blocks for efficient incorporation of 2′-O-aminoethoxy(and propoxy)methyl nucleosides into oligonucleotides
  41. Synthesis of 2′-O-α-d-ribofuranosyladenosine, monomeric unit of poly(ADP–ribose)
  42. Stereospecific synthesis of 2'-O-α-D-ribofuranosylnucleosides
  43. Periodate oxidized derivatives of nucleosides and nucleotides as novel crosslinking reagents
  44. 2′-O-Hydroxyalkoxymethylribonucleosides and their Incorporation into Oligoribonucleotides
  45. Oligodeoxynucleotides Containing 2′-Deoxy-1-methyladenosine and Dimroth Rearrangement.
  46. Oligodeoxynucleotides Containing 2′-Deoxy-1-methyladenosine andDimroth Rearrangement
  47. Disaccharide Nucleosides and their Incorporation into Oligonucleotides
  48. Synthesis of 2′‐ and 3′‐C‐Methylribonucleosides
  49. Substrate specificity of Escherichia coli thymidine phosphorylase
  50. Synthesis of 2′‐ O ‐β‐ d ‐Ribofuranosylnucleosides
  51. Synthesis of Oligoribonucleotides Containing Pyrimidine 2'-O-[(Hydroxyalkoxy)methyl]ribonucleosides
  52. Incorporation of a disaccharide nucleoside into the backbone of double-stranded DNA: crystallization and preliminary X-ray diffraction
  53. Synthesis of RNA ContainingO-β-D-Ribofuranosyl-(1″2′)-adenosine-5″-phosphate and 1-Methyladenosine, Minor Components of tRNA
  54. Disaccharide nucleosides: The crystal and molecular structure of 2′-O-β-D-ribopyranosylcytidine
  55. Effective anomerisation of 2'-deoxyadenosine and thymidine derivatives
  56. Chemical incorporation of minor tRNA component O-β-D-ribofuranosyl-(1''-2')-adenosine-5''-phosphate into oligoribonucleotides
  57. Disaccharide Nucleosides
  58. Use of 4-Thiouridine and 4-Thiothymidine in Studies on Pyrimidine Nucleoside Phosphorylases
  59. Synthesis and Conformational Properties of O-β-D-Ribofuranosyl-(1′′-2′)-guanosine and (Adenosine)-5′′-phosphate
  60. Interaction of HIV-1 Reverse Transcriptase with Modified Oligonucleotide Primers Containing 2 -O- -D-Ribofuranosyladenosine
  61. Dinucleoside Monophosphates Containing AZT and 1-Methyladenosine or 7-Methylguanosine
  62. Effective Anomerisation of 2′‐Deoxyadenosine Derivatives During Disaccharide Nucleoside Synthesis
  63. Corrigendum
  64. Cleavage of DNA without loss of genetic information by incorporation of a disaccharide nucleoside
  65. Dinucleoside Monophosphates Containing AZT and 1-Methyladenosine or 7-Methylguanosine
  66. Synthesis and Conformational Properties ofO-β-D-Ribofuranosyl-(1″-2′)-guanosine and (Adenosine)-5″-phosphate
  67. Chemical Incorporation of 1-Methyladenosine, Minor tRNA Component, into Oligonucleotides
  68. Fluorescent 2-Pyrimidinone Nucleoside in Parallel-Stranded DNA
  69. Oligonucleotides Containing Disaccharide Nucleosides: Synthesis, Physicochemical, and Substrate Properties
  70. Synthesis and Properties of Phosphorylated 3′-O-β-D-Ribofuranosyl-2′-deoxythymidine
  71. Disaccharide Nucleosides and Oligonucleotides on Their Basis
  72. Synthesis and Properties of O--D-ribofuranosyl-(1″→2′)-guanosine-5″- O-phosphate and Its Derivatives
  74. Distinct mechanisms of bisphosphonate action between osteoblasts and breast cancer cells: identity of a potent new bisphosphonate analogue
  75. An additional 2′-ribofuranose residue at a specific position of the DNA primer prevents Its elongation by HIV-1 reverse transcriptase
  76. Disaccharide nucleosides and oligonucleotides on their basis
  77. Protection of 1-methyladenosine and its chemical incorporation into oligonucleotides
  78. Direct synthesis of 5'-nucleotides using glycosylation reaction
  79. Oligonucleotides Containing Disaccharide Nucleosides
  80. Synthesis and Properties of O-β-D-Ribofuranosyl-(1″-2′)-Adenosine-5″-O-Phosphate and Its Derivatives
  81. Synthesis ofO-β-D-Ribofuranosyl-(1″-2′)-adenosine-5″-O-phosphate
  82. Studies on Disaccharide Nucleoside Synthesis. Mechanism of the Formation of Trisaccharide Purine Nucleosides
  83. Mapping of T7 RNA polymerase active site with novel reagents - oligonucleotides with reactive dialdehyde groups
  84. Studies on disaccharide nucleoside synthesis
  85. Formation of Trisaccharide Nucleosides During Disaccharide Nucleoside Synthesis
  86. Disaccharide Nucleosides And Their Enzymatic And Chemical Incorporation Into Oligonucleotides
  87. Effects of 3′-C-Methylation on the Hydrolytic Stability and Hydroxyl pKaValues of Dinucleoside 2′,5′- and 3′,5′-Monophosphates
  88. DNA duplexes with reactive dialdehyde groups as novel reagents for cross-linking to restriction- modification enzymes
  89. Determination of the nucleotide conformation in the productive enzyme-substrate complexes of RNA-depolymerases
  90. Substrate properties of C′-methyl UTP derivatives in T7 RNA polymerase reactions. Evidence for N-type NTP conformation
  91. An Efficient Synthesis and Physico-Chemical Properties OF 2'-O-d-Ribofuranosylnuleosides, Minor tRNA Components
  92. Oligodeoxyribonucleosides Containing 1-β-D-Glucopyranosylthymine Synthesis and Substrate Properties
  93. Ribosylation of Pyrimidine 2′-Deoxynucleosides
  94. Oligodeoxyribonucleosides containing 1-(β-D-glucopyranosyl)thymine: Synthesis and substrate properties
  95. Synthesis of disaccharide nucleosides and their incorporation into oligonucleotides
  96. Regioselective incorporation of reactive dialdehyde groups into synthetic oligonucleotides
  97. Synthesis and Properties of Some 2'-O-d-Ribofuranosyl-nucleosides
  98. Dioxolane nucleosides and their phosphonate derivatives: synthesis and hydrolytic stability
  99. Hydrolysis of Isomeric Cytidylyl-(3',5')-5'-C-methyluridines by Acids, Bases and Metal Ions: Steric Effects in the Hydrolysis of the Phosphodiester Bonds of RNA.
  100. Nucleoside Analogues on the Basis of 4(R),5(R)-Dihydroxymethyl-2-methyl-1,3-dioxolane
  101. Additional evidence for the exceptional mechanism of the acid-catalysed hydrolysis of 4-oxopyrimidine nucleosides: hydrolysis of 1-(1-alkoxyalkyl)uracils, seconucleosides, 3′-C-alkyl nucleosides and nucleoside 3′,5′-cyclic monophosphates
  102. Kinetics of mutual isomerization of the phosphonate analogs of dinucleoside 2',5'- and 3',5'-monophosphates in aqueous solution
  103. Interconversion and Hydrolysis of 1-[(2'S)-2',3'-Dihydroxypropyl]cytosine Analogues of Isomeric Dinucleoside Monophosphates, 2',5'-CpA and 3',5'-CpA.
  104. Synthesis and Physico-chemical Properties of Dioxolane Nucleoside Analogues.
  105. Nucleotides. Part XXXV. Synthesis of 3?-deoxyadenylyl-(2?-5?)-3?-deoxyadenyIyl-(2?-?)-9-(?-hydroxyalkyl)adenines
  106. Transient protection in nucleoside synthesis using trityl groups: is it necessary to block hydroxyl groups?
  107. Transient protection in nucleoside synthesis using trityl groups: Is it necessary to block hydroxyl groups?
  108. Syntheses of 3'-C-methyl-2'-deoxypyrimidine nucleosides
  109. Convenient synthesis of 5?-methyl-2?-desoxyuridines
  110. Synthesis Aitd Properties of C'-Methylhuclsosides and Their Phosphoric Esters
  111. Epimerization during the acetolysis of 3-O-acetyl-5-O-benzoyl-1,2-O-isopropylidene-3-C-methyl-α-d-ribofuranose. Synthesis of 3′-C-methylnucleosides with the β-d-ribo- and α-d-arabino configurations
  112. A route to 2′,5′-oligoadenylates with increased stability towards phosphodiesterases
  113. Synthesis of enantiomers of 3?,4?-seco-2?-desoxythymidine
  114. New chiral acyclic analogs of 2?-deoxynucleosides
  115. Acyclic analogs of nucleosides. Synthesis of 1,5-dihydroxy-3-oxa-2-pentyl derivatives of nucleic bases
  116. Acyclic analogs of nucleosides. Synthesis of chiral 1,5-dihydroxy-4-methyl-3-oxapent-2-yl derivatives of uracil
  117. New syntheses of 2′-C-methylnucleosides starting from d-glucose and d-ribose
  118. A new scheme for the synthesis of 5′-nucleotide phosphonate analogs
  119. Possibility of using the periodate oxidation reaction in combination with PMR spectroscopy for establishing the structures of nucleosides and monosaccharides, and their analogs
  120. Synthesis of a new class of acyclic 2′,5′- and 3′,5′-oligonucleotide analogs based on 9-[1,5-dihydroxy-4(S)-hydroxymethyl-3-oxapent-2(R)-yl]-adenine
  121. Synthesis and properties of 3′-C-methylnucleosides and their phosphoric esters
  122. Synthesis of adenylyl-(2'→5')adenylyl-(2'→5')adenosine
  123. Branched-chain sugar nucleosides. Synthesis of 3′-C-ethyl (and 3′-C-butyl)uridine
  124. Non-glycosidic analogues of nucleotides: 2′(R),3′(S),5′-trihydroxypentyl derivatives of adenine and cytosine
  125. Dinucleoside monophosphates based on 1-(3-hydroxypropyl)-uracil
  126. Nonglycoside analogs of nucleotides
  127. Simple method of obtaining 1-(?-D-arabinofuranosyl)-4-thiouracil and its phosphoric esters