Andrey V. Bogolubsky

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An efficient solution-phase parallel synthesis of alkylated guanidines from commercial thioisocyanates and amines is described. In the first step, a thioisocyanate reacts with one equivalent of ammonia or a primary or secondary amine to give a thiourea intermediate. The latter is S-alkylated with n-dodecyl bromide resulting in the corresponding thiouronium(More)
A simple and cost-effective one-pot parallel synthesis approach to sulfides, sulfoxides, and sulfones from thiourea was elaborated. The method combines two procedures optimized to the parallel synthesis conditions: alkylation of thiourea with alkyl chlorides and mono or full oxidation of in situ generated sulfides with H2O2 or H2O2-(NH4)2MoO4. The(More)
A one-pot parallel synthesis of N(1)-aryl-N(2)-alkyl-substituted oxamides with 2,2,2-trifluoroethyl chlorooxoacetate was developed. The synthesis of a library of 45 oxamides revealed higher efficiency of this reagent over the known ethyl chlorooxoacetate. The reagent was successfully used to prepare the known oxamide-containing HIV entry inhibitors.
One-pot synthesis of 3,5-disubstituted 1,2,4-oxadiazoles from carboxylic acids and nitriles was optimized to parallel chemistry. The method was validated on a 141 member library; the desired products were recovered with a high success rate and in moderate yields. Practical application of the approach was demonstrated in the synthesis of bioactive compound(More)
One-pot parallel synthesis of unsymmetrical aliphatic ureas was achieved with bis(2,2,2-trifluoroethyl) carbonate. The procedure worked well for both the monosubstituted and functionalized alkyl amines and required no special conditions (temperature control, order, or rate of addition). A library of 96 diverse ureas was easily synthesized.
Two types of aliphatic sulfonyl halides (Cl versus F) were compared in parallel synthesis of sulfonamides derived from aliphatic amines. Aliphatic sulfonyl fluorides showed good results with amines bearing an additional functionality, while the corresponding chlorides failed. Both sulfonyl halides were effective in the reactions with amines having an easily(More)
The parallel solution-phase synthesis of substituted thieno[2,3- d]pyrimidin-6-carboxylic acids has been accomplished. This strategy relies on a cyclization of 2-aminothiophen-3,5-dicarboxylates with a set of nitriles, followed by hydrolysis to construct the library of corresponding acids. The convenient procedure for use and dosage of dry HCl for the(More)
The parallel solution-phase synthesis of more than 230 substituted thieno[2,3-d]pyrimidin-2-ylmethanamines has been accomplished. This strategy is based on the cyclization of 2-aminothiophen-3-carboxylates with chloroacetonitrile to construct the thieno[2,3-d]pyrimidine core with two diversity points. Derivatization of the active chlorine and(More)
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