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J Med Chem. 1976 Apr;19(4):495-8.

Synthesis and antiviral activity of 5- and 5'-substituted thymidine analogs.

Abstract

The 5'-O-p-tolylsulfonyl derivatives of 5-chloro-, 5-bromo-, and 5-iodo-2'-deoxyuridine were synthesized and converted into the corresponding 5-halo-5'-azido-2',5'-dideoxyuridines (5-7). Reduction of 5-chloro-5'-azido-2',5'-dideoxyuridine (5) afforded 5-chloro-5'-amino-2',5'-dideoxyuridine (10, ACIU); however, similar efforts to prepare 5-bromo-5'-amino-2',5'-dideoxyuridine (11) and 5-iodo-5'-amino-2',5'-dideoxyuridine (12) by reduction of the corresponding 5'-azido precursor resulted in the formation of 5'-amino-2',5'-dideoxyuridine (9). 5-Bromo-5'-amino-2',5'-dideoxyuridine (11, ABrU) and 5-iodo-5'-amino-2',5'-dideoxyuridine (12, AIU) were prepared by halogenation of the 5-mercuriacetate of 5'-amino-2',5'-dideoxyuridine. The 5'-amino-2',5'-dideoxy analogs of 5-methyl-, 5-chloro-, 5-bromo-, and 5-iodo-2'-deoxyuridine possess antiviral activity against herpes simplex virus but exhibit no inhibitory activity against sarcoma 180 (murine) or Vero (monkey) cells in culture.

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