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The anti-HIV drug 4'-azidothymidine (ADRT) has been incorporated into DNA by the phosphoramidite method. The presence of the modified nucleotide was shown to have a minimal effect on duplex conformation and stability by CD spectroscopy and UV melting.


Journal article


Biomedical peptides, proteins & nucleic acids : structure, synthesis & biological activity

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23 - 25