ribothymidine

ri·bo·thy·mi·dine (T, Thd),

(rī'bō-thī'mi-dēn),
5-Methyluridine; the ribosyl analog of thymidine (deoxyribosylthymine); a nucleoside found in small amounts in ribonucleic acids.

ri·bo·thy·mi·dine

(T) (rī'bō-thī'mi-dēn)
5-methyluridine; the ribosyl analogue of thymidine (deoxyribosylthymine); a nucleoside found in small amounts in ribonucleic acids.
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i) Improved stability and reduction of off-target effects of sIRNAs can be achieved using a chemical modification in which uracil is replaced with the natural occurring nucleotide ribothymidine (15-methyl uracil).