2'-Fluoro U CNA CPG
2'-Fluoro U CNA CPG
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- Longchain alkylamino linker
- Standard bulk density 0.250.33 g/cc
- Prime CPG suitable for customers with largescale or therapeutic development requirements
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2'-F-RNA oligonucleotides adopt an A-form helix on hybridisation to a target. Whereas a hydroxyl group of RNA is a hydrogen bond donor, fluorine appears to be a weak acceptor. These features of 2'-F-RNA oligonucleotides lead to certain interesting properties. For example, it was demonstrated that oligonucleotides hybridise to a RNA oligonucleotide in the following order of increasing stability: DNA < RNA < 2'-OMe-RNA < 2'-F-RNA. (1) Aptamers composed of 2'-F–RNA bind targets with higher affinities and are more resistant to nucleases, compared to RNA aptamers. (2) In addition, 2'-F-RNA can be effectively used in siRNA applications. It has been shown that siRNA synthesised with 2'-F pyrimidine nucleosides are more inhibitory, and show considerably increased stability in human plasma, compared to siRNA. (3) 2'-F-RNA is now finding a number of applications, especially in RNA interference for the specific silencing of genes in cells and in vivo. (4) We provide a range of 2'-F phosphoramidites and CPGs, with a variety of pore sizes and linkers consistent with our unmodified DNA and RNA CPG products. The protecting group strategies are compatible with the usual DNA and RNA chemistries.
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- Neutralization of infectivity of diverse R5 clinical isolates of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 by gp120-binding 2'-F-RNA aptamers, M. Khati, M. Schüman, J. Ibrahim, Q. Sattentau, S. Gordon and W. James, J. Virology, 77, 12692-12698, 2003.
- In vivo activity of nuclease-resistant siRNAs, J.M. Layzer, A.P. McCaffrey, A.K. Tanner, Z. Huang, M.A. Kay and B.A. Sullenger, RNA, 10, 766-771, 2004.
- Molecular requirements for degradation of a modified sense RNA strand by Escherichia coli ribonuclease H1, D.R. Yazbeck, K.-L. Min and M.J. Damha, Nucleic Acids Research, 30, 3015-3025, 2002.