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Bloch, J . Medicin. , 1975, 18,473. M. C. Biol, M. L. Bouillant, G. Planche, and M. J. Chopin, Compt. , 1974,279, C, 409. la0 M. J. Chopin, M. L. Bouillant, H. Wagner, and K. Galle, Phytochemistry, 1974, 13, 2583. 13* It was concluded that the 5’-hydroxymethyl group in $-uridine does not interact with the pyrimidine ring, but that the ring-oxygen atom influences the physicochemical properties of the pyrimidine ring of a- and /3-nucleosides to different extents. G. Just, A. Martel, K. Grozinger, and M.
1975, 42, C4. E. E. Lee and E. , 1975, 41, 313. 200The hydrogen-bonded endo-hydroxygroup at C-5 in 1,4:3,6-dianhydro-~-glucitol was preferentially benzoylated using benzoyl chloride in pyridine, whereas neither N-benzoylimidazole nor benzoyl cyanide showed an appreciable selectivity for either of the hydroxy-groups. These observations are in keeping with an N-benzoylpyridinium intermediate interacting with oxygen atoms capable of acting as hydrogen-bond acceptors, whereas both benzoyl cyanide and N-benzoylimidazole, which lack an atom with a formal positive charge, would not experience this attraction.
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