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Two New Dialkoxycarbonylated Nucleosides Obtained Through A Regioselective Enzymatic Alcoholysis

Mariana Capello, Leandro Imanishi, L. Iglesias, A. Iribarren
Published 2007 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Two new compounds, 2′,3′-di-O-ethoxycarbonyluridine and 2′,3′-di-O-ethoxycarbonylinosine, were obtained through a Candida antarctica lipase B catalysed regioselective ethanolysis of the corresponding trialcoxycarbonylated nucleosides with benzyl alcohol in 1,4-dioxane at 30°C.
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