2 article(s) from Demchenko, Alexei V
The mechanistic outline of the intermolecular (a) and intramolecular (b) glycosylation reactions.
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Three general concepts for intramolecular glycosylation reactions.
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First intramolecular glycosylation using the molecular clamping.
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Succinoyl as a flexible linker for intramolecular glycosylation of prearranged glycosides.
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Template-directed cyclo-glycosylation using a phthaloyl linker.
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Phthaloyl linker-mediated synthesis of branched oligosaccharides via remote glycosidation.
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Molecular clamping with the phthaloyl linker in the synthesis of α-cyclodextrin.
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m-Xylylene as a rigid tether for intramolecular glycosylation.
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Oligosaccharide synthesis using rigid xylylene linkers.
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Stereo- and regiochemical outcome of peptide-based linkers.
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Positioning effect of donor and acceptor in peptide templated synthesis.
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Synthesis of a trisaccharide using a non-symmetrical tether strategy.
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Effect of ring on glycosylation with a furanose.
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Rigid BPA template with various linkers.
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The templated synthesis of maltotriose in complete stereoselectivity.
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First examples of the IAD.
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Long range IAD via dimethylsilane.
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Allyl-mediated tethering strategy in the IAD.
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IAD using tethering via the 2-naphthylmethyl group.
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Origin of selectivity in boronic ester mediated IAD.
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Arylborinic acid approach to the synthesis of β-mannosides.
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Facial selectivity during HAD.
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Possible mechanisms to explain α and β selectivity in palladium mediated IAD.
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DISAL as the leaving group that favors the intramolecular glycosylation pathway.
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Boronic acid as a directing group in the leaving group-based glycosylation method.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2017, 13, 2028–2048, doi:10.3762/bjoc.13.201
Orthogonal strategy introduced by Ogawa et al.
Determination of the AP activation pathways.
AP building blocks in oligosaccharide synthesis.
Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2012, 8, 597–605, doi:10.3762/bjoc.8.66
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