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BACKGROUND Today, treatment of chronic hepatitis C is based on a synergistic combination of pegylated interferon and ribavirin with antiprotease inhibitors. Haemolytic anaemia, which is the major side effect of ribavirin treatment, disrupts ribavirin treatment compliance and varies significantly from one patient to another. There is an individual… (More)
5-(O-Perbenzoylated-β-D-glucopyranosyl)tetrazole was obtained from O-perbenzoylated-β-D-glucopyranosyl cyanide by Bu(3)SnN(3) or Me(3)SiN(3)-Bu(2)SnO. This tetrazole was transformed into 5-ethynyl- as well as 5-chloromethyl-2-(O-perbenzoylated-β-D-glucopyranosyl)-1,3,4-oxadiazoles by acylation with propiolic acid-DCC or chloroacetyl chloride, respectively.… (More)
We report an in-depth study focusing on the stability of a benchmark electrolyte composition based on a low-volatile 3-methoxypropionitrile (MPN) solvent employed in dye-sensitized solar cells. In the presence of TiO2, the semi-conductor surface plays a catalytic role in the thermal degradation of the electrolyte, which induces, among other effects, the… (More)
The carbanion-mediated sulfonate intramolecular cyclizations (CSIC protocols) of glyco-alpha-sulfonamidonitriles derived from readily available monosaccharides have been extensively investigated using potassium carbonate, cesium carbonate, n-BuLi, and LDA as bases. As a result, a series of enantiomerically pure… (More)
Chronic low-dose treatment of rats with the psychomimetic drug, phencyclidine, induces regionally specific metabolic and neurochemical changes in the CNS that mirror those observed in the brains of schizophrenic patients. Recent evidence suggests that drugs targeting serotoninergic and muscarinic receptors, and in particular 5-HT(7) antagonists and M(4)… (More)
D-Xylose-based ionic liquids have been prepared from D-xylose following a five steps reaction sequence, the key step being a click cycloaddition. These ionic liquids (ILs) have been characterized through classical analytical methods (IR, NMR, mass spectroscopy, elemental analysis) and their stability constants, Tg and Tdec, were also determined. Considering… (More)
The use of Brønsted acid ionic liquid (BAIL) as a catalyst for the activation of unreactive and unprotected glycosyl donors has been demonstrated for the first time in aqueous solution.
The chelation of the Lewis acid Ti(OiPr)(4) provides the necessary conformational control to induce pi-facial selectivity on the cyanation process. The steric hindrance imposed by the alpha-substituent restrains the addition for l-amino acid derivatives.