5'-carbamoylphosphonyl-[6-3H]-AZT as a tool for studying metabolic transformations of the nonradioactive counterpart, an inhibitor of HIV replication.

@article{Yanvarev20075carbamoylphosphonyl63HAZTAA,
  title={5'-carbamoylphosphonyl-[6-3H]-AZT as a tool for studying metabolic transformations of the nonradioactive counterpart, an inhibitor of HIV replication.},
  author={Dmitry V Yanvarev and Elena A. Shirokova and Maria V. Astapova and Vyacheslav I Shram and Marina K. Kukhanova and Yury S Skoblov},
  journal={Nucleosides, nucleotides & nucleic acids},
  year={2007},
  volume={26 8-9},
  pages={897-900}
}
An effective synthesis of 5'-carbamoylphosphonyl-[6-3H]-AZT was developed from [6-3H]-AZT. For the synthesized compound, chemical and enzymatic stability were determined and its penetration across HL-60 cell membranes was studied.