Reference for analysis of oxidative stress DNA hydrolysates. The corresponding ribo nucleoside (Cat. No. H 011) and nucleobase (Cat. No. H 007) are available as well. Detailed technical information available. References: Sodum & Fiala, Chem. Res. Toxicol., 14, 438 - 450 (2001); Frelon et al., Free Radical Res., 36, 499 – 508 (2002). This compound is also part of the Ko-Libri compound library (K 001)
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