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7-(2'-Deoxy-?-D-ribofuranosyl)hypoxanthine

Marfurt, J., Stulz, E., Trafelet, H.U., Zingg, A., Leumann, C., Hazenkamp, M., Judd, R., Schenker, S., Strouse, G., Ward, T.R., Förtsch, M., Hauser, J. and Bürgi, H.B. (1996) 7-(2'-Deoxy-?-D-ribofuranosyl)hypoxanthine Acta Crystallographica Section C Crystal Structure Communications, 52, (3), pp. 713-716. (doi:10.1107/S0108270195012662).

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Abstract

The [alpha]-configured N7 analogue of 2'-deoxyinosine [7-(2'-deoxy-[alpha]-D-ribofuranosyl)hypoxanthine, C10H12N4O4] shows the following structural characteristics: (i) the furanose part of the molecule adopts the 2'-endo conformation [pseudorotation phase angle 166.4 (2)°]; (ii) the torsion angle [chi] (O4'-C1'-N7-C5) is syn [70.9 (1)°] with the base substituent pointing away from the sugar unit; (iii) the nucleobases are not hydrogen bonded to each other; only sugar-base hydrogen bonds between adjacent molecules were detected.

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Published date: March 1996

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Local EPrints ID: 191669
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/191669
ISSN: 0108-2701
PURE UUID: aa55a679-f449-435c-80b8-280227e60d58

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Date deposited: 23 Jun 2011 13:01
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 11:35

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Author: J. Marfurt
Author: E. Stulz
Author: H.U. Trafelet
Author: A. Zingg
Author: C. Leumann
Author: M. Hazenkamp
Author: R. Judd
Author: S. Schenker
Author: G. Strouse
Author: T.R. Ward
Author: M. Förtsch
Author: J. Hauser
Author: H.B. Bürgi

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