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Acid- and Au(I)-mediated synthesis of hexathymidine-DNA-heterocycle chimeras, an efficient entry to DNA-encoded libraries inspired by drug structures

Acid- and Au(I)-mediated synthesis of hexathymidine-DNA-heterocycle chimeras, an efficient entry to DNA-encoded libraries inspired by drug structures
Avinash Bhat, Olivia Bugain, Anne Gohla, Kathrin Jung, Lara J. Doetsch, Bernd Wagner, Mateja Klika Skopic, Hazem Salamon, Andreas Brunschweiger, Denise dos Santos
A hexathymidine-DNA "hexT" tolerates acid and coinage metal catalysts, and can be ligated to coding DNA sequences.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/SC/~3/1Ene9SIBXjc/C7SC00455A

DOI: 2017/SC/C7SC00455A

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