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General strategy for the synthesis of THPs.
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Developments towards the Prins cyclization.
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General stereochemical outcome of the Prins cyclization.
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Regioselectivity in the Prins cyclization.
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Mechanism of the oxonia-Cope reaction in the Prins cyclization.
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Cyclization of electron-deficient enantioenriched alcohol 27.
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Partial racemization through 2-oxonia-Cope allyl transfer.
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Partial racemization by reversible 2-oxonia-Cope rearrangement.
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Rychnovsky modification of the Prins cyclization.
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Synthesis of (−)-centrolobine and the C22–C26 unit of phorboxazole A.
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Axially selective Prins cyclization by Rychnovsky et al.
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Mechanism for the axially selectivity Prins cyclization.
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Mukaiyama aldol–Prins cyclization reaction.
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Application of the aldol–Prins reaction.
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Hart and Bennet's acid-promoted Prins cyclization.
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Tetrahydropyran core of polycarvernoside A as well as (−)-clavoslide A and D.
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Scheidt and co-workers’ route to tetrahydropyran-4-one.
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Mechanism for the Lewis acid-catalyzed synthesis of tetrahydropyran-4-one.
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Hoveyda and co-workers’ strategy for 2,6-disubstituted 4-methylenetetrahydropyran.
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Funk and Cossey’s ene-carbamates strategy.
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Yadav and Kumar’s cyclopropane strategy for THP synthesis.
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2-Arylcylopropylmethanolin in centrolobine synthesis.
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Yadav and co-workers’ strategy for the synthesis of THP.
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Yadav and co-workers’ Prins–Ritter reaction sequence for 4-amidotetrahydropyran.
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Yadav and co-workers’ strategy to prelactones B, C, and V.
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Yadav and co-workers’ strategy for the synthesis of (±)-centrolobine.
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Loh and co-workers’ strategy for the synthesis of zampanolide and dactylolide.
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Loh and Chan’s strategy for THP synthesis.
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Prins cyclization of cyclohexanecarboxaldehyde.
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Prins cyclization of methyl ricinoleate (127) and benzaldehyde (88).
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AlCl3-catalyzed cyclization of homoallylic alcohol 129 and aldehyde 130.
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Martín and co-workers’ stereoselective approach for the synthesis of highly substituted tetrahydrop...
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Ene-IMSC strategy by Marko and Leroy for the synthesis of tetrahydropyran.
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Marko and Leroy’s strategy for the synthesis of tetrahydropyrans 146.
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Sakurai dimerization/macrolactonization reaction for the synthesis of cyanolide A.
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Hoye and Hu’s synthesis of (−)-dactyloide by intramolecular Sakurai cyclization.
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Minehan and co-workers’ strategy for the synthesis of THPs 157.
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Yu and co-workers’ allylic transfer strategy for the construction of tetrahydropyran 161.
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Reactivity enhancement in intramolecular Prins cyclization.
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Floreancig and co-workers’ Prins cyclization strategy to (+)-dactyloide.
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Panek and Huang’s DHP synthesis from crotylsilanes: a general strategy.
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Panek and Huang’s DHP synthesis from syn-crotylsilanes.
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Panek and Huang’s DHP synthesis from anti-crotylsilanes.
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Roush and co-workers’ [4 + 2]-annulation strategy for DHP synthesis .
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TMSOTf-promoted annulation reaction.
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Dobb and co-workers’ synthesis of DHP.
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BiBr3-promoted tandem silyl-Prins reaction by Hinkle et al.
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Substrate scope of Hinkle and co-workers’ strategy.
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Cho and co-workers’ strategy for 2,6 disubstituted 3,4-dimethylene-THP.
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Furman and co-workers’ THP synthesis from propargylsilane.
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THP synthesis from silyl enol ethers.
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Rychnovsky and co-workers’ strategy for THP synthesis from hydroxy-substituted silyl enol ethers.
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Li and co-workers’ germinal bissilyl Prins cyclization strategy to (−)-exiguolide.
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Xu and co-workers’ hydroiodination strategy for THP.
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Wang and co-workers’ strategy for tetrahydropyran synthesis.
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FeCl3-catalyzed synthesis of DHP from alkynylsilane alcohol.
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Martín, Padrón, and co-workers’ proposed mechanism of alkynylsilane Prins cyclization for the synth...
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Marko and co-workers’ synthesis of 2,6-anti-configured tetrahydropyran.
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Loh and co-workers’ strategy for 2,6-syn-tetrahydropyrans.
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Loh and co-workers’ strategy for anti-THP synthesis.
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Cha and co-workers’ strategy for trans-2,6-tetrahydropyran.
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Mechanism proposed by Cha et al.
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TiCl4-mediated cyclization to trans-THP.
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Feng and co-workers’ FeCl3-catalyzed Prins cyclization strategy to 4-hydroxy-substituted THP.
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Selectivity profile of the Prins cyclization under participation of an iron ligand.
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Sequential reactions involving Prins cyclization.
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Banerjee and co-workers’ strategy of Prins cyclization from cyclopropane carbaldehydes and propargy...
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Mullen and Gagné's (R)-[(tolBINAP)Pt(NC6F5)2][SbF6]2-catalyzed asymmetric Prins cyclization strateg...
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Yu and co-workers’ DDQ-catalyzed asymmetric Prins cyclization strategy to trisubstituted THPs.
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Lalli and Weghe’s chiral-Brønsted-acid- and achiral-Lewis-acid-promoted asymmetric Prins cyclizatio...
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List and co-workers’ iIDP Brønsted acid-promoted asymmetric Prins cyclization strategy.
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Zhou and co-workers’ strategy for chiral phosphoric acid (CPA)-catalyzed cascade Prins cyclization.
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List and co-workers’ approach for asymmetric Prins cyclization using chiral imidodiphosphoric acid ...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2021, 17, 932–963, doi:10.3762/bjoc.17.77
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