Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds

, Volume 32, Issue 3, pp 338–341 | Cite as

Synthesis of n2-alkyl(aryl, dialkyl, cycloalkyl)guanines

  • P. M. Kochergln
  • L. V. Persanova
  • E. V. Aleksandrova
  • L. A. Gutorov
  • V. S. Korsunskii


Novel N2-alkyl(aryl, dialkyl, cycloalkyl)guanines have been synthesized by treating 2-chloro-7-benzylhypozanthine with amines and debenzylation of the N2-substituted 7-benzylguanine products by means of palladium catalyzed hydrogenation.


Hydrogenation Organic Chemistry Palladium Guanine 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. M. Kochergln
  • L. V. Persanova
  • E. V. Aleksandrova
  • L. A. Gutorov
  • V. S. Korsunskii

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