1987, "The deoxyribose
method: A simple test tube assay for determination of rate constants for reaction of OH radicals," Anal.
Molecular structure of nucleic acids, a structure for deoxyribose
ulmoides leaf extracts exhibited inhibitory effects on oxidative damage in biomolecules such as deoxyribose
and DNA as induced by Fenton reaction (Hsieh and Yen 2000) and it possesses inhibitory effects on the oxidative modification of LDL induced by [Cu.
Each nucleotide contains one base, one phosphate molecule, and the sugar molecule deoxyribose
Newton's Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica and Watson and Crick's A Structure for Deoxyribose
Nucleic Acid come quickly to mind.
Nucleotides are composed of phosphate groups, a five-sided sugar molecule (ribose sugars in RNA and deoxyribose
sugars in DNA), and nitrogen-containing bases.
The total figure is for one of each base, four deoxyribose
molecules and four phosphate bonds.
They have been analyzed to contain various materials of biological interest--amino acids that are present in free as well as in peptide combination, (19,23,25) nucleic acid bases as purines as well as pyrimidines, (23,26) sugars as ribose as well as deoxyribose
, (19) and phospholipid-like material (27) in them.
Nucleic acids contain phosphoric acid, sugars such as deoxyribose
in DNA and ribose in RNA, and organic bases such as adenine, guanine, cytosine, thymine or uracil.
While conventional probes are built on a backbone of deoxyribose
and phosphate, those built with Boston Probe's patented technology have a peptide backbone.
Crick (1953), "A Structure for Deoxyribose
Nucleic Acid," Nature, 171(4356):737-738.
2] (Fenton reaction), was evaluated by degradation of deoxyribose
that produced thiobarbituric acid reactive species (TBARS).