Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 24, Issue 2, pp 221–226 | Cite as

Enzymatic synthesis of multiple tritium-labeled nucleosides and nucleotides from nitrogen bases and ribose

  • E. V. Snetkova
  • Yu. L. Kaminskii
  • G. P. Akulov
  • Z. K. Nikolaeva


A wide range of highly active nucleotides containing tritium labels in the heterocycle nucleus and ribose residue has been synthesized with the aid of an enzyme preparation fromE. coli, starting from tritium labeled nitrogen bases and ribose. In individual cases, the complex enzyme preparation was modified by the addition of nucleotide kinases or phosphatases.


Nitrogen Nucleotide Organic Chemistry Nucleoside Tritium 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. V. Snetkova
  • Yu. L. Kaminskii
  • G. P. Akulov
  • Z. K. Nikolaeva

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