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According to the results of the competition the Bureau of the National Academy of Sciences Presidium has decided to determine the Top-10 results of the Academy of Sciences for 2016 in the field of basic researches.

The 6th place was taken by the research of scientists from the Institute of Physical Organic Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. The deuterium-modified amino, nucleic and polyunsaturated fatty acids with a significant effect of slowing the biochemical reactions that cause various diseases were synthesized. The effect is realized by replacing hydrogen by deuterium atoms at specific locations of biomolecules that show instability to oxidation. Authors: Shmanai V.V., Head of the Laboratory of Bioconjugate Chemistry, Cand. Sc. Chemistry, Associate Professor; Sharko O.L., senior staff scientist of the Laboratory of Bioconjugate Chemistry, Cand. Sc. Chemistry; Lysenko I.L., senior staff scientist of the Laboratory of Bioconjugate Chemistry, Cand. Sc. Chemistry; Poopeiko N.E, senior staff scientist of the Laboratory of Bioconjugate Chemistry, Cand. Sc. Chemistry; Ulashchik E.A., junior staff scientist of the Laboratory of Bioconjugate Chemistry; Fomich M.A., junior staff scientist of the Laboratory of Bioconjugate Chemistry. The resulting compounds are promising for a new generation of drugs.

The basic researches of the Institute's staff are included into the top-10 of the results of the Academy of Sciences in the field of basic researches for the third year in a row.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

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