John A Enquist

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Double catalytic enantioselective transformations are powerful synthetic methods that can facilitate the construction of stereochemically complex molecules in a single operation. In addition to generating two or more stereocentres in a single reaction, multiple asymmetric reactions also impart increased enantiomeric excess to the final product in comparison(More)
Covering: 2000 to 2008. Previous review: D. L. Wright and C. R. Whitehead, Org. Prep. Proced. Int., 2000, 32, 309-330. An overview of synthetic efforts toward cyathane diterpenoid natural products from the year 2000 to present is provided. The emphasis of this review is the various ring-constructing and stereoforming strategies employed in these synthetic(More)
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