N-Sulfonyl phosphoramidate derivatives of oligodeoxyribonucleotides containing N-tosyl phosphoramidate groups are first reported. The synthesis is based on Staudinger reaction between tosyl azide and 3′,5′-dinucleoside β-cyanoethyl phosphite comprising the immobilized oligonucleotide, which is obtained by the phosphoramidite coupling during the solid-phase oligonucleotide synthesis. The N-tosyl phosphoramidate group was stable under conditions of the oligonucleotide synthesis, in particular, upon acidic detritylation followed by the removal of protective groups and cleavage from the polymer support by the treatment with concentrated aqueous ammonia at 55°C. The stability of DNA and RNA duplexes of the model oligonucleotides containing N-tosyl phosphoramidate groups was only slightly lower than that of native DNA:DNA and DNA:RNA duplexes, respectively.
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