Some Reactions of Minor Components of Nucleic Acids
In the preceding chapters the characteristic chemical reactions of the major and most of the minor components of nucleic acids have been described However, some of the minor components possess unusual chemical properties because their molecules contain functional groups which are not present in other nucleosides. These reactions, which go beyond the classification adopted in this book, will be examined briefly in this chapter.
KeywordsManganese Dioxide Thionyl Chloride Purine Nucleoside Pyrimidine Nucleoside Preceding Chapter
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