ribosyl

ribosyl

 [ri´bo-sil]
a glycosyl radical formed from ribose.

ri·bo·syl

(rī'bō-sil),
The radical formed by loss of the hemiacetal OH group from either of the two cyclic forms of ribose (yielding ribofuranosyl and ribopyranosyl compounds), by combination with an H of an -NH- or a -CH- group; the natural nucleosides are ribosyl compounds, not ribosides, as the bond between ribose and aglycon is C-N or C-C, not -C-O-X-.

ribosyl

/ri·bo·syl/ (-sil) a glycosyl radical formed from ribose.

ri·bo·syl

(rī'bŏ-sil)
The radical formed by loss of the hemiacetal OH group from either of the two cyclic forms of ribose.

ribosyl

a glycosyl radical formed from ribose.
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Pero, co-founder and chief scientist at OXiGENE, presented laboratory data confirming that combining the mode of action of Sensamide with radiation therapy chemically inactivates protein thiols such as those present in the DNA repair enzyme Adenosine Diphosphate Ribosyl transferase.
Pero, co-founder and chief scientist at OXiGENE, presented laboratory data confirming that combining Sensamide with radiation chemically inactivates protein thiols such as those present in the DNA repair enzyme Adenosine Diphosphate Ribosyl transferase.