A selectively deprotectable triazacyclophane scaffold for the construction of artificial receptors

Organic Letters
T Opatz, Rob M J Liskamp

Abstract

[reaction: see text]. The synthesis of a triazacylclophane scaffold bearing a set of selectively removable protecting groups is described. This versatile scaffold, which can be linked to a solid support, allows the attachment of three different side chains and can therefore be used for the combinatorial synthesis of libraries of artificial receptor molecules of high structural diversity.

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