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Structures of vicinal ketoesters and examples for their typical reactivity.
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Doyle’s diastereoselective intramolecular aldol addition of α,β-diketoester.
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Synthesis of euphorikanin A (16) by intramolecular, nucleophilic addition .
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Ketoester cycloisomerization for the synthesis of preussochromone A (24) .
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Diastereoselective, intramolecular aldol reaction of an α-ketoester 28 in the synthesis of (−)-preu...
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Synthesis of an α-ketoester through Riley oxidation and its use in an α-ketol rearrangement in the ...
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Azomethine imine cycloaddition towards the synthesis of the proposed structure of palau’amine (44) ....
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Intramolecular diastereoselective carbonyl-ene reaction of an α-ketoester in the synthesis of jatro...
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Grignard addition to an α-ketoester and subsequent Friedel–Crafts cyclization in the synthesis of (...
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Diastereoselective addition to an auxiliary modified α-ketoester in the formal synthesis of (+)-cam...
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Intramolecular photoreduction of an α-ketoester in the synthesis of (rac)-isoretronecanol (69) .
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α-Ketoester as nucleophile in a Tsuji–Trost reaction in the synthesis of (rac)-corynoxine (76) .
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Mannich reaction of an α-ketoester in the synthesis of (+)-gracilamine (83) .
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Enantioselective aldol reaction using an α-ketoester in the synthesis of (−)-irofulven (87) .
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Allylboration of a mesoxalic acid ester in the synthesis of (+)-awajanomycin (92) [30,31].
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Condensation of a diamine with mesoxolate in the synthesis of (−)-aplaminal (96) .
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Synthesis of mesoxalic ester amide 102 and its use in the synthesis of (rac)-cladoniamide G (103) .
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The thermodynamically controlled, intramolecular aldol addition of a vic-tricarbonyl compound in th...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2022, 18, 1236–1248, doi:10.3762/bjoc.18.129
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