3 article(s) from Pedersen, Christian Marcus
a) The carbohydrate-based building block for the synthesis of stimuli-responsive surfactants. b) Th...
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Synthesis of 5 from levoglucosan (1).
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Functionalization of the building block 5β.
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Hydrolysis of the ethyl esters 12 and 13.
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Synthesis of compound 19 from building block 5.
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1H NMR titration of compound 19 with Zn2+ ions in acetonitrile-d3.
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(1) 1:1 Mixture of 1-octanol/H2O, (2) same solvent mixture with compound 19, and (3) same solvent m...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2020, 16, 2788–2794, doi:10.3762/bjoc.16.229
Undesired migration followed by benzylation of the 3-O-Bz GalN3 using several different benzylation...
Simple synthesis of two acceptors and two donors from the same common and readily available buildin...
Challenging the α,3-O-selectivity with the different 6-O-protecting group variants.
Representative glycosylations with closely related systems [34,44].
Capping the free 4-OH, allowing for easier separation of mixtures obtained during glycosylation.
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Pseudotrisaccharide synthesis for LTA elucidation.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2018, 14, 2805–2811, doi:10.3762/bjoc.14.258
Silicon-protective groups typically used in carbohydrate chemistry.
Glycosylation with sulfoxide 1.
Glycosylation with imidate 4.
Glycosylation with thioglycoside 7.
In situ formation of a silylated lactosyl iodide for the synthesis of α-lactosylceramide.
Comparison of the reactivity of glycosyl donors with the pKa of the corresponding piperidinium ions....
Conformational change induced by bulky vicinal protective groups such as TBS, TIPS and TBDPS. The v...
An example of a “one pot one addition” glycosylation, where 3 glucosyl donors are mixed with 2.1 eq...
Superarmed-armed glycosylation with thioglycoside 34.
One-pot double glycosylation with the conformationally armed thioglycoside 37.
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Superarmed-armed glycosylation with thioglycoside 41.
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Donors disarmed by the di-tert-butylsilylene protective group.
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The influence of a 3,6-O-tethering on anomeric reactivity and glycosylation selectivity. The α-thio...
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Regio- and stereoselective glycosylation using the superarmed thioglycoside donor 20.
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Superarmed donors used for C-arylation and the dependence of the size of the silylethers on the ste...
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β-Selective glucosylation with TIPS-protected glucosyl donors. The α-face is shielded by the bulky ...
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β-Selective rhamnosylation with a conformationally inverted donor.
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α-Selective galactosylation with DTBS-protected galactosyl donors.
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β-Selective arabinofuranosylation with a DTBS-protected donor.
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α-Selective glycosylation with a TIPDS-protected glucal donor.
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Highly β-selective glucuronylation using a 2,4-DTBS-tethered donor.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2017, 13, 93–105, doi:10.3762/bjoc.13.12
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