1 article(s) from Bols, Mikael
Silicon-protective groups typically used in carbohydrate chemistry.
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Glycosylation with sulfoxide 1.
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Glycosylation with imidate 4.
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Glycosylation with thioglycoside 7.
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In situ formation of a silylated lactosyl iodide for the synthesis of α-lactosylceramide.
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Comparison of the reactivity of glycosyl donors with the pKa of the corresponding piperidinium ions....
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Conformational change induced by bulky vicinal protective groups such as TBS, TIPS and TBDPS. The v...
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An example of a “one pot one addition” glycosylation, where 3 glucosyl donors are mixed with 2.1 eq...
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Superarmed-armed glycosylation with thioglycoside 34.
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One-pot double glycosylation with the conformationally armed thioglycoside 37.
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Superarmed-armed glycosylation with thioglycoside 41.
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Donors disarmed by the di-tert-butylsilylene protective group.
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The influence of a 3,6-O-tethering on anomeric reactivity and glycosylation selectivity. The α-thio...
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Regio- and stereoselective glycosylation using the superarmed thioglycoside donor 20.
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Superarmed donors used for C-arylation and the dependence of the size of the silylethers on the ste...
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β-Selective glucosylation with TIPS-protected glucosyl donors. The α-face is shielded by the bulky ...
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β-Selective rhamnosylation with a conformationally inverted donor.
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α-Selective galactosylation with DTBS-protected galactosyl donors.
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β-Selective arabinofuranosylation with a DTBS-protected donor.
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α-Selective glycosylation with a TIPDS-protected glucal donor.
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Highly β-selective glucuronylation using a 2,4-DTBS-tethered donor.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2017, 13, 93–105, doi:10.3762/bjoc.13.12
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