By Alton Meister
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Fortunately, the photochemistry of the 8-azido purine analogs appears less complex than the ethyl-2-diazomalonyl derivatives, and nonspecific labeling because of rearrangements (171) or long-lived reactive intermediates (176) does not appear to be a problem. VI. Metallo-Derivatives A. CR(II1) AND CO(II1) DERIVATIVES Stable metal derivatives of A T P are just becoming available and promise to provide unique tools for the enzymologist. They are of two general types: inert coordination complexes containing Co(II1) (177,178) or Cr(II1) (179,180,180e) linked to the phosphate chain and analogs with mercury covalently linked to the purine ring (181).
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