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N(3)-ethylthymidine

Known as: N3-Et-dT, N3-ethyldeoxythymidine, N3-ethylthymidine 
 
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2016
2016
Environmental and endogenous genotoxic agents can result in a variety of alkylated and carboxymethylated DNA lesions, including… Expand
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2014
2014
Smoking cigarette increases levels of certain ethylated DNA adducts in certain tissues and urine. Cigarette smoking is a major… Expand
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2014
Review
2014
Mass spectrometry has been widely utilised in the study of nucleobases, nucleosides and nucleotides as components of nucleic… Expand
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2012
2012
Studies showed that levels of ethylated DNA adducts in certain tissues and urine are higher in smokers than in nonsmokers… Expand
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1994
Review
1994
A variety of alkylating mutagens and carcinogens produce pyrimidine adducts in DNA that block DNA synthesis in vitro. Since DNA… Expand
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1991
1991
The significance of DNA ethylation at the central hydrogen-bonding site (N3) of thymine was investigated using an in vitro DNA… Expand
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1990
1990
N3-Ethylthymidine (N3-Et-dT) was site specifically incorporated into a 17-nucleotide oligomer to investigate the significance of… Expand
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