1 article(s) from Downey, A Michael
Solution-state conformations of D-glucose.
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Enzymatic synthesis of oligosaccharides.
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Enzymatic synthesis of a phosphorylated glycoprotein containing a mannose-6-phosphate (M6P)-termina...
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A) Selected GTs-mediated syntheses of oligosaccharides and other biologically active glycosides. B)...
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Enzymatic synthesis of nucleosides.
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Fischer glycosylation strategies.
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The basis of remote activation (adapted from ).
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Classic remote activation employing a MOP donor to access α-anomeric alcohols, carboxylates, and ph...
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Synthesis of monoprotected glycosides from a (3-bromo-2-pyridyloxy) β-D-glycopyranosyl donor under ...
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Plausible mechanism for the synthesis of α-galactosides. TBDPS = tert-butyldiphenylsilyl.
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Synthesis of the 6-O-monoprotected galactopyranoside donor for remote activation.
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UDP-galactopyranose mutase-catalyzed isomerization of UDP-Galp to UDP-Galf.
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Synthesis of the 1-thioimidoyl galactofuranosyl donor.
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Glycosylation of MeOH using a self-activating donor in the absence of an external activator. a) Syn...
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The classical Lewis acid-catalyzed glycosylation.
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Unprotected glycosyl donors used for the Lewis acid-catalyzed protecting group-free glycosylation r...
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Four-step synthesis of the phenyl β-galactothiopyranosyl donor.
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Protecting-group-free C3′-regioselective glycosylation of sucrose with α–F Glc.
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Synthesis of the α-fluoroglucosyl donor.
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Protecting-group-free glycosyl donors and acceptors used in the Au(III)-catalyzed glycosylation.
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Synthesis of the mannosyl donor used in the study .
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The Pd-catalyzed stereoretentive glycosylation of arenes using anomeric stannane donors.
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Preparation of the protecting-group-free α and β-stannanes from advanced intermediates for stereoch...
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Selective anomeric activating agents providing donors for direct activation of the anomeric carbon.
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One-step access to sugar oxazolines or 1,6-anhydrosugars.
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Enzymatic synthesis of a chitoheptaose using a mutant chitinase.
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One-pot access to glycosyl azides , dithiocarbamates , and aryl thiols using DMC activation and sub...
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Plausible reaction mechanism.
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Protecting-group-free synthesis of anomeric thiols from unprotected 2-deoxy-2-N-acetyl sugars.
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Protein conjugation of TTL221-PentK with a hyaluronan hexasaccharide thiol.
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Direct two-step one-pot access to glycoconjugates through the in situ formation of the glycosyl azi...
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DMC as a phosphate-activating moiety for the synthesis of diphosphates. aβ-1,4-galactose transferas...
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Triazinylmorpholinium salts as selective anomeric activating agents.
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One-step synthesis of DBT glycosides from unprotected sugars in aqueous medium.
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Postulated mechanism for the stereoselective formation of α-glycosides.
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DMT-donor synthesis used for metal-catalyzed glycosylation of simple alcohols.
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Protecting group-free synthesis of glycosyl sulfonohydrazides (GSH).
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The use of GSHs to access 1-O-phosphoryl and alkyl glycosides. A) Glycosylation of aliphatic alcoho...
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A) Proposed mechanism of glycosylation. B) Proposed mechanism for stereoselective azidation of the ...
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Mounting GlcNAc onto a sepharose solid support through a GSH donor.
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Lawesson’s reagent for the formation of 1,2-trans glycosides.
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Protecting-group-free protein conjugation via an in situ-formed thiol glycoside .
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pH-Specific glycosylation to functionalize SAMs on gold.
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Protecting-group-free availability of phenolic glycosides under Mitsunobu conditions. DEAD = diethy...
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Accessing hydroxyazobenzenes under Mitsunobu conditions for the study of photoswitchable labels. DE...
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Stereoselective protecting-group-free glycosylation of D-glucose to provide the β-glucosyl benzoic ...
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Direct synthesis of pyranosyl nucleosides from unactivated and unprotected ribose using optimized M...
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Direct synthesis of furanosyl nucleosides from 5-O-monoprotected ribose in a one-pot glycosylation–...
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Synthesis of ribofuranosides using a monoprotected ribosyl donor via an anhydrose intermediate.
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C5′-modified nucleosides available under our conditions.
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Plausible reaction mechanism for the formation of the anhydrose.
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Direct glycosylation of several aliphatic alcohols using catalytic Ti(Ot-Bu)4 in the presence of D-...
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Access to glycosides using catalytic PPh3 and CBr4.
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Access to ribofuranosyl glycosides as the major product under catalytic conditions. aLiOCl4 (2.0 eq...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2017, 13, 1239–1279, doi:10.3762/bjoc.13.123
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