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Activated derivatives of dicarboxylic acids.
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Example of natural compounds selectively acylated with dicarboxylic esters.
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C6-dicarboxylic acid diesters derivatives of NAG-thiazoline.
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Sylibin dimers obtained by CAL-B catalyzed trans-acylation reactions.
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Biocatalyzed synthesis of paclitaxel derivatives.
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5-Fluorouridine derivatives obtained by CAL-B catalysis.
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Biocatalyzed synthesis of hybrid diesters 17 and 18.
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Hybrid derivatives of sylibin.
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Bolaamphiphilic molecules containing (L)- and/or (D)-isoascorbic acid moieties.
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Doxorubicin (29) trapped in a polyester made of glycolate, sebacate and 1,4-butandiol units.
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Polyesters containing functionalized pentofuranose derivatives.
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Polyesters containing disulfide moieties.
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Polyesters containing epoxy moieties.
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Biocatalyzed synthesis of polyesters containing glycerol.
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Iataconic (34) and malic (35) acid.
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Oxidized poly(hexanediol-2-mercaptosuccinate) polymer.
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Polyesters containing reactive ether moieties.
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Polyesters obtained by CAL-B-catalyzed condensation of dicarboxylic esters and N-substituted dietha...
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Polyesters comprising mexiletine (38) moieties.
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Poly(amide-co-ester)s comprising a terminal hydroxy moiety.
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Polymer comprising α-oxydiacid moieties.
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Telechelics with methacrylate ends.
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Telechelics with allyl-ether ends.
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Telechelics with ends functionalized as epoxides.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2015, 11, 1583–1595, doi:10.3762/bjoc.11.174
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