dihydrouridine


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di·hy·dro·ur·i·dine (hU, hu, D),

(dī-hī'drō-yūr'i-dēn),
Uridine in which the 5,6-double bond has been saturated by addition of two hydrogen atoms; a rare constituent of transfer ribonucleic acids.

di·hy·dro·ur·i·dine

(dī-hī'drō-yūr'i-dēn)
Uridine in which the 5,6-double bond has been saturated by addition of two hydrogen atoms; a rare constituent of transfer ribonucleic acids.
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The tRNA Ser-1 dihydrouridine arm did not form a stable structure.
Also, [M.sub.1] and [Q.sub.1] aflatoxins are somehow toxic and the reason for higher toxicity in [B.sub.1], [G.sub.1], [M.sub.1] and [Q.sub.1] rather than [B.sub.2] and G2 is the existence of a double bind of 8 and 9 dihydrouridine (or in other words 2 and 3 Vinyl Ether) [9].

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