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And London, 1963, 153 (rev) Feldman, I. S. , 1968, 90, 7329 (pmr) Kennard, O. E. , Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. A. , 1970, 65, 19 (cmr) Hampton, A. L. , J. Inorg. Biochem. J. 163 No phys. props. reported. Feldkaus, P. , Eur. J. Biochem. 227 Coronary vasodilator. 254 Cryst. (MeOH). Mp 2178 (220-2228). 281 Cryst. (EtOH/C6H6). Mp 210-2118 (2188). Et ester; hydrochloride: Abbott 40557 [50663-70-2] Cryst. (EtOH). Mp 207-2098. 352 Solid. Mp 135-1378. 243 Cryst. (EtOH). Mp 245-2478. 08 in 1M HCl). 269 Cryst.

Biophys. E. , Biokhimiya (Moscow) , 1966, 31, 1057 Ballio, A. , Ann. Ist. Super. B. , J. Biol. Chem. , 1974, 249, 7282 Adenylic acid, 9CI, 8CI A-44 Adenosine phosphate, BAN, INN, USAN. -phosphate. monophosphate. -phosphoric acid. Muscle adenylic acid. AMP. Adenylic acid. Phosphaden. 415 Methyl transferase inhibitor. Mp 210-2118 dec. 05M HCl). lmax 260 (H2O). Picrate: Mp 1708 dec. 442 Mp 208-2108. de la Haba, G. , J. Biol. Chem. 224 Nucleoside widely distributed in nature. Isol. from muscle. Has been used as an antiviral agent; nutrient.

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