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Chemiosmotic energy coupling through oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) is crucial to life, requiring coordinated enzymes whose membrane organization and dynamics are poorly understood. We quantitatively explore localization, stoichiometry, and dynamics of key OXPHOS complexes, functionally fluorescent protein-tagged, in Escherichia coli using low-angle… (More)
ortho-Quinone methides (o-QMs) are emerging as highly useful intermediates, the inherent reactivity of which can be used in linchpin reactions for the construction of complex natural products. This review encompasses the major contributions in this field, exemplifying the major strategies and reactivity modes which can be applied.
A new reactivity mode of lithium amides with epoxides leads to hindered enamines. The reaction of some of these enamines with unactivated primary and secondary alkyl halides is described, which expands the range of electrophiles that one can use in the synthesis of mono-alkylated aldehydes.
A new reactivity mode of hindered lithium amides with terminal epoxides is described whereby aldehyde enamines are produced via a previously unrecognized reaction pathway. Some of these aldehyde enamines display unprecedented C-alkylation reactivity toward unactivated primary and secondary alkyl halides. For comparison, the reactivity of aldehyde enamines… (More)
Deprotonation of o-hydroxybenzyl acetate with (i)PrMgCl provides a method of generating an o-quinone methide under mild, anionic conditions, such that highly sensitive exo-enol ethers can be employed as 2pi partners in hetero-Diels-Alder reactions. This process results in mono-benzannelated spiroketals such as those found in the natural products berkelic… (More)
An asymmetric synthesis of the furanobutenolide-based macrocyclic diterpene (-)-bipinnatin J (4a) isolated from the gorgonian octocoral Pseudopterogorgonia bipinnata is described. The synthesis is based on elaboration of the chiral lactone-substituted vinyl iodide 26b from (+)-glycidol, followed by an intermolecular Stille coupling reaction with the… (More)
[reaction: see text] Reaction of hindered lithium amides with readily available (enantiopure) terminal epoxides gives 2-ene-1,4-diols via carbenoid dimerization of the corresponding alpha-lithiated epoxides. D-Mannitol and D-iditol were synthesized using this method in three steps from (S)-tritylglycidyl ether.
Treatment of a variety of enantiopure terminal epoxides with the anion of a range of 2-substituted triethylphosphonoacetates leads to an array of quaternary cyclopropyl esters with high yield and diastereocontrol.
Treatment of a range of (enantiopure) epoxides with the sodium salt of diethyl (phenylsulfonyl)methylphosphonate in DME at 140 degrees C for 4 h gives a variety of (enantiopure) trans-cyclopropyl sulfones with high diastereoselectivity.