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The dose-response curves of salivmy glands produced by different cyclic 3'3'-nucleotide monophosphates. TMP-cyclic tubercidin monophosphate. UMP-cyclic uridine monophosphate. IMP-cyclic inosine monophosphate. The structure of the different bases (R) is shown. 18 M. J. BERRIDGE AND W. T. PRINCE diester linkage in contrast to the bond in cyclic AMP which is very strained (Drummond and Powell, 1970). Activity is also lost if the double bond oxygen is replaced with the much bulkier sulphur atom (XIV).
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