A versatile synthesis of Meyers' bicyclic lactams from furans: singlet-oxygen-initiated reaction cascade

Angewandte Chemie
Dimitris KalaitzakisGeorgios Vassilikogiannakis


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Dec 22, 1999·Angewandte Chemie·D TraunerS J Danishefsky
May 18, 2000·Organic Letters·J A Nieman, M D Ennis
Aug 4, 2001·The Journal of Organic Chemistry·R C HughesA I Meyers
Nov 18, 2003·Angewandte Chemie·Georgios Vassilikogiannakis, Manolis Stratakis
May 20, 2004·Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters·Daniel P BeckerClara I Villamil
Feb 24, 2005·Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry·Mana Saito, Shigefumi Kuwahara
Jan 4, 2006·Angewandte Chemie·Dieter EndersTim Balensiefer
Apr 21, 2006·Organic Letters·Thomas GeorgiouGeorgios Vassilikogiannakis
Jul 9, 2008·Accounts of Chemical Research·Tamsyn MontagnonGeorgios Vassilikogiannakis
Nov 4, 2008·The Journal of Organic Chemistry·James E Resek
Dec 17, 2008·Organic Letters·Maria TofiGeorgios Vassilikogiannakis
Jul 10, 2009·Nature·Paul A Wender, Benjamin L Miller
Oct 23, 2009·Chemical Society Reviews·Timothy NewhouseReinhard W Hoffmann
Jun 3, 2010·Organic Letters·Michael E Jung, Jonah J Chang
Jun 15, 2010·The Journal of Organic Chemistry·Tanja Gaich, Phil S Baran
Jul 27, 2010·Chemical Communications : Chem Comm·Georgios VassilikogiannakisTamsyn Montagnon
Oct 29, 2010·Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry·Subhabrata SenRaghavaiah Pallepogu
Feb 18, 2011·Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry·Tamsyn MontagnonGeorgios Vassilikogiannakis
Jun 1, 2009·Nature Chemistry·Ian S Young, Phil S Baran
Jun 30, 2011·Organic Letters·Sébastien ComesseAdam Daïch
Apr 21, 2012·Organic Letters·Antonia KouridakiGeorgios Vassilikogiannakis

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