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A novel RNA synthetic method with a 2′-O-(2-cyanoethoxymethyl) protecting group

Novel base-labile protecting groups for 5′-hydroxyl protection in the synthesis of oligonucleotides

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A new protecting group for 5′-hydroxyl function of nucleotides in oligonucleotide synthesis without acid treatment utilizing unique properties of tritylthio group

A new method for RNA synthesis by use of the cyanoethyl group as the 2′-hydroxyl protecting group

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Hong Kong media group has no protectable goodwill in the UK; its Community trade mark is ‘now’ invalid

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A group used to protect a certain functional group in a chemical synthesis. For example, a hydroxyl group (–OH) can be converted into an acetyl group (–OOCCH3) to protect it taking part in a certain step of the synthesis. In this case, the acetyl is the protecting group. Later it can easily be changed back into the original hydroxyl group.

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