1.3 N-Glycosides
The N-glycosides may be represented as shown below:
=N—H HO—C6H11O5 ——>  =N—C6H11O5 N-Glycoside
The most typical example of N-glycosides is the nucleosides, wherein the respective amino group of the base ultimately reacts with —OH group ribose/deoxyribose.
Examples: Adenosine: It is widely distributed in nature e.g.; from yeast nucleic acid.

Source: Pharmacognosy And Pharmacobiotechnology By Ashutosh Kar

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