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Glycine is a common substituent of the inner core in Haemophilus influenzae lipopolysaccharide

Substituent effects on the pairing and polymerase recognition of simple unnatural base pairs

Synthesis of naphthalenediimide having two β-cyclodextrins at both of its substituent termini

The interaction of 2-phenylbenzimidazole compounds with DNA: The influence of terminal substituents

Substituent effects on the in situ activation of the double activated cross-linking reaction

The 7α-methoxy substituent in cephem or oxacephem antibiotics enhances in vivo anti-Helicobacter felis activity in mice after oral administration

Tuning of antibacterial activity of a cyclopropyl fluoroquinolone by variation of the substituent at position C-8

Solution conformation of Lewis a-derived selectin ligands is unaffected by anionic substituents at the 3'- and 6'- positions

Roles of 5‐substituents of tRNA wobble uridines in the recognition of purine‐ending codons

Influence of substituent modifications on the binding of 2-amino-1,8-naphthyridines to cytosine opposite an AP site in DNA duplexes: thermodynamic characterization

Recognition of target chain-length by use of oligonucleotides having bulky substituents at the terminal bases

Synthesis of oligonucleotides terminally modified by bulky and negatively charged substituents and their hybridization with RNA targets

Molecular basis of recognition by Gal/GalNAc specific legume lectins: Influence of Glu 129 on the specificity of peanut agglutinin (PNA) towards C2-substituents of galactose

Synthesis of 5-substituted [N3-15N]-pyrimidine nucleosides: Developing model systems for NMR studies of substituent effects on the N-H···N hydrogen bond in duplex DNA

The NMR studies of substituent effects on the N-H···N hydrogen bond in duplex DNA using 2′-deoxynebularine and 15N labeled 5-substituted-2′-deoxyuridine base pairs


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1 An atom or group that replaces another in a substitution reaction.

2 An atom or group regarded as having replaced a hydrogen atom in a chemical derivative. For example, dibromobenzene (C6H4Br2) is a derivative of benzene with bromine substituents.

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