Edward L Bradbury

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BACKGROUND Chronic and excessive alcohol misuse results in neuroadaptive changes in the brain. The complex nature of behavioral, psychological, emotional, and neuropathological characteristics associated with alcoholism is likely a reflection of the network of proteins that are affected by alcohol-induced gene expression patterns in specific brain regions.(More)
The synthesis of a novel ribonucleotide analog 2'-thio-2' deoxycytidine 2':3'-O,S-phosphorothioate is described. In the first step, 2,2'-anhydro 1-beta-D-arabinosylcytosine was thiophosphorylated by the action of dithiophosphate, a process which gave predominantly the 3'-O-phosphorothioate isomer. An intramolecular displacement reaction led to the formation(More)
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