Useful addtion to the nebularine family for hydrogen bonding studies.
Useful phosphoramidite for oxidative studies of thymidine.
The C-nucleoside 2'-deoxypseudouridine, in contrast to dU, forms stable C:pseudoU-A triplets.
Phosphoramidite enables incorporation of a nitrogen atom in place of the methine group at position 6 of the thymine ring in oligonucleotides.
Phosphoramidite enables incorporation of an N3-o-anisoyl protected 6-aza-dU residue into oligonucleotides.
Phosphoramidite used to incorporate N1-Methylpseudouridine into oligonucleotides for the investigation of RNA methylation .
A C-nucleoside phosphoramidite that is isosteric with deoxycytidine and has additional hydrogen-bonding ability.
A stable phosphoramidite analogue of N3-methyladenine (3-Me-A).
Photochromic nucleoside (PCN) phosphoramidite that provides reversible duplex regulation via a light induced trans-cis isomerization.
Universal base phosphoramidite.
Useful amino-modified deoxyadenosine phosphoramidite.
Des-methyl analog of cytidine useful for probing the hydrogen-bonding characterisitcs in oligonucleotides.
Features a nucleobase that is isosteric with adenine but offers a different pi-electron distribution.
Phosphoramidite replacement for dT that enhances base-pairing.
Isosteric with adenine but offers a different pi-electron distribution and thus an altered dipole moment.
Phosphoramidite for the incorporation of 5-methoxy-uridine into an oligonucleotide.
A fluorescent analogue of cytidine.
Useful for incorporating 7-Deaza-modified guanosine into oligonucleotides to disrupt unwanted hydrogen bonding.
Convertible nucleoside phosphoramidite that allows the formation of N4-alkyl-C residues in RNA for structural studies.
A convertible nucleoside phosphoramidite that allows the formation of N2-alkyl-G residues in RNA for structural studies.