Spectral data and thermodynamic calculations of adducts of purines (guanine, adenine), or pyrimidines (thymine, uracil) with acrylic monomers (acrylonitrile, ethyl acrylate and ethyl crotonate) are reported. Purine adducts derive from attack at N-7 and N-9, and pyrimidine adducts derive from attack at N-1. Acrylonitrile forms also N-1, N-3 bis adducts with pyrimidines. Structural assignment was by H-1 and C-13 NMR and using COSY-RELAY and NOE effects. Force-field calculations indicated the most stable conformations of the reaction products

Crippa, S., DI GENNARO, P., Lucini, R., Orlandi, M., Rindone, B. (1993). Characterization of adducts of nucleic bases and acrylic-monomers. GAZZETTA CHIMICA ITALIANA, 123(4), 197-203.

Characterization of adducts of nucleic bases and acrylic-monomers

DI GENNARO, PATRIZIA;ORLANDI, MARCO EMILIO;RINDONE, BRUNO
1993

Abstract

Spectral data and thermodynamic calculations of adducts of purines (guanine, adenine), or pyrimidines (thymine, uracil) with acrylic monomers (acrylonitrile, ethyl acrylate and ethyl crotonate) are reported. Purine adducts derive from attack at N-7 and N-9, and pyrimidine adducts derive from attack at N-1. Acrylonitrile forms also N-1, N-3 bis adducts with pyrimidines. Structural assignment was by H-1 and C-13 NMR and using COSY-RELAY and NOE effects. Force-field calculations indicated the most stable conformations of the reaction products
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Crippa, S., DI GENNARO, P., Lucini, R., Orlandi, M., Rindone, B. (1993). Characterization of adducts of nucleic bases and acrylic-monomers. GAZZETTA CHIMICA ITALIANA, 123(4), 197-203.
Crippa, S; DI GENNARO, P; Lucini, R; Orlandi, M; Rindone, B
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