The chromatographic spectra of the monomeric components of ribonucleic acids
The chromatographic mobilities of the monomeric components of ribonucleic acids-adenine, guanine, uracil, and cytosine- and their nucleosides and nucleotides have been studied in two sets of solvent systems. The chromatographic spectra permitting the optimum choice of solvent systems in the solution of various problems on the separation and identification of the components of nucleic acids have been compared.
KeywordsButanol Nucleoside Solvent System Uracil Ribonucleic Acid
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