Beryllium binding to adenosine 5′-phosphates in aqueous solution at 25°C

@article{Alderighi2009BerylliumBT,
  title={Beryllium binding to adenosine 5′-phosphates in aqueous solution at 25°C},
  author={Lucia Alderighi and Sixto Dom{\'i}nguez and P. Gans and Stefano Midollini and Antonio Sabatini and Alberto Vacca},
  journal={Journal of Coordination Chemistry},
  year={2009},
  volume={62},
  pages={14 - 22}
}
Equilibrium constants for the binding of beryllium(II) to the nucleotides: adenosine 5′–monophosphate, -diphosphate, and -triphosphate have been determined. The species formed are [BeL]( z −2)−, [Be(HL)]( z −3)−, [Be2(OH)L2](2z−3)− and [Be3(OH)3(HL)3](3z−6)−, where L z − represents the fully deprotonated nucleotide. When the complex contains a protonated ligand, the protonation site is an adenosine nitrogen. Formation of these complexes is unlikely to interfere, under physiological conditions… 
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