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Dye Labelling Of Nucleosides

A. R. Katritzky, Levan Khelashvili, J. Kovács, K. Shanab
Published 2009 · Medicine, Chemistry

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Dye‐labelled nucleosides were obtained in 30–79% (average 45%) yields by treating N‐(4‐arylazobenzoyl)‐1H‐benzotriazoles 3a–b with appropriate nucleosides. Similarly, 3a–b afforded dye‐labelled threoninol conjugates in 55–89% (average 67%) yields. All novel products were characterized by NMR and elemental analysis.
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