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It was initially extracted from fungi of genus Cordyceps, but is now produced synthetically.
Being similar to adenosine, some enzymes cannot discriminate between them. Hence it can participate in certain biochemical reactions (for example, be incorporated into an RNA molecule, thus causing the premature termination of its synthesis).
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