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Collect. Czech. Chem. Commun. 1964, 29, 214-233
https://doi.org/10.1135/cccc19640214

Oligonucleotidic compounds. VIII. Synthesis of adenylyl-(5'→3')-uridine, adenylyl-(5'→3')-cytidine, guanylyl-(5'→3')-uridine, guanylyl(5'→3')-cytidine, cytidylyl-(5'→3')-cytidine, adenylyl-(5'→3')-uridylyl-(5'→3')-cytidine and related compounds

S. Chládek and J. Smrt

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