A novel application of the Staudinger ligation to access neutral cyclic di-nucleotide analog precursors via a divergent method
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AbstractOur efforts to develop a scalable and divergent synthesis of cyclic di-nucleotide analog precursors have resulted in (1) an orthogonally protected di-amino carbohydrate as well as (2) the novel application of the Staudinger ligation to provide medium-sized macrocycles featuring carbamate or urea linkages.
CitationRSC Adv., 2017,7, 29835-29838
Citation to related workRoyal Society of Chemistry
Has partRSC Advances, Iss. 47
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