2 article(s) from Menche, Dirk
Molecular structures of the archazolids.
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Retrosynthetic analysis of archazolid A by the Menche group.
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Synthesis of north-eastern fragment 5 through a Paterson anti-aldol addition and multiple Still–Gen...
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Synthesis of 4 through an Abiko–Masamune anti-aldol addition.
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Thiazol construction and synthesis of the southern fragment 6.
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Completion of the total synthesis of archazolid A.
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Synthesis of archazolid B (2) by a ring closing Heck reaction of 38.
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Retrosynthetic analysis of archazolid B by the Trauner group.
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Synthesis of acid 40 from Roche ester 41 involving a highly efficient Trost–Alder ene reaction.
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Synthesis of precursor 39 for the projected relay RCM reaction.
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Final steps of Trauner’s total synthesis of archazolid B.
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Overview of the different retrosynthetic approaches for the synthesis of dihydroarchazolid B (3) re...
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Fragment synthesis of 69 towards the total synthesis of 3.
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Organometallic addition of the side chain to access free alcohol 75.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2017, 13, 1085–1098, doi:10.3762/bjoc.13.108
Modular concept for manzacidin synthesis based on a Tsuji–Trost coupling of joint intermediate 5.
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General concept for heterocycles synthesis based on a nucleophilic addition and Tsuji–Trost couplin...
Synthesis of homoallylic alcohol 12 by multi-component reactions.
Preparation of urea-type cyclization precursor 19.
Stereodivergent synthesis of 1,3-syn- and anti-tetrahydropyrimidinones .
Stereoselective synthesis of all possible stereoisomers of the manzacidin core amine by asymmetric ...
Synthesis of the authentic cyclization precursor 5.
X-ray structure of 39.
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Divergent Tsuji–Trost coupling and completion of the synthesis of authentic pyrimidinones 3 and 4.
Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2016, 12, 1111–1121, doi:10.3762/bjoc.12.107
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