Versatile synthesis and mechanism of activation of S-benzoxazolyl glycosides

The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Medha N KamatAlexei V Demchenko

Abstract

As a part of a program for developing new efficient procedures for stereoselective glycosylation, a range of S-benzoxazolyl (SBox) glycosides have been synthesized. The mechanistic aspects of the SBox moiety activation for glycosylation via a variety of conceptually different pathways in the presence of thiophilic, electrophilic, or metal-based promoters have been investigated.

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Jul 30, 2011·The Journal of Organic Chemistry·Sophon Kaeothip, Alexei V Demchenko
Jan 29, 2010·The Journal of Organic Chemistry·Hemali D PremathilakeAlexei V Demchenko
Nov 20, 2010·Organic Letters·Sneha C RanadeAlexei V Demchenko
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