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Recent Trends in Nucleotide Synthesis


Focusing on the recent literature (since 2000), this review outlines the main synthetic approaches for the preparation of 5'-mono-, 5'-di-, and 5'-triphosphorylated nucleosides, also known as nucleotides, as well as several derivatives, namely, cyclic nucleotides and dinucleotides, dinucleoside 5',5'-polyphosphates, sugar nucleotides, and nucleolipids. Endogenous nucleotides and their analogues can be obtained enzymatically, which is often restricted to natural substrates, or chemically. In chemical synthesis, protected or unprotected nucleosides can be used as the starting material, depending on the nature of the reagents selected from P(III) or P(V) species. Both solution-phase and solid-support syntheses have been developed and are reported here. Although a considerable amount of research has been conducted in this field, further work is required because chemists are still faced with the challenge of developing a universal methodology that is compatible with a large variety of nucleoside analogues.


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Béatrice Roy, Anaïs Depaix, Christian Périgaud, Suzanne Peyrottes. Recent Trends in Nucleotide Synthesis. Chemical Reviews, 2016, 116 (14), pp.7854-7897. ⟨10.1021/acs.chemrev.6b00174⟩. ⟨hal-03556919⟩
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