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Synthesis of C-Arylnucleoside Analogues

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Atrazine, an herbicide used to control grassy and broadleaf weed, has become an essential part of agricultural crop protection tools. It is widely sprayed on corn, sorghum and sugar cane, with the attendant problems of its residues in agri-food and washing water. If ingested into humans, this residual atrazine can cause reproductive harm, developmental toxicity and carcinogenicity. It is therefore important to find clean and economical degradation processes for atrazine. In recent years, many physical, chemical and biological methods have been proposed to remove atrazine from the aquatic environment. This review introduces the research works of atrazine degradation in aqueous solutions by method classification. These methods are then compared by their advantages, disadvantages, and different degradation pathways of atrazine. Moreover, the existing toxicological experimental data for atrazine and its metabolites are summarized. Finally, the review concludes with directions for future research and major challenges to be addressed.

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hal-04391317 , version 1 (12-01-2024)

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Christophe Len, Gérald Enderlin. Synthesis of C-Arylnucleoside Analogues. Molecules, 2015, 20 (3), pp.4967-4997. ⟨10.3390/molecules20034967⟩. ⟨hal-04391317⟩
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