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Protein phosphorylation is a ubiquitous posttranslational modification that regulates cell signaling in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Although the study of phosphorylation has made great progress, several major hurdles remain, including the difficulty of the assignment of endogenous substrates to a discrete kinase and of global phosphoproteomics… (More)
A divergent synthesis of (-)-4-epi-shikimic acid was developed. This route features a one-pot zinc-mediated reductive ring opening of an arabinofuranose followed by a Barbier reaction and culminates in a ring-closing metathesis. Functionalization of (-)-4-epi-shikimic acid via conjugate addition of a thiol occurs in high diastereoselectivity to afford a… (More)
Shikimic acid can be transformed into monovalent and multivalent glycomimetics that target different members of the C-type lectin class, including DC-SIGN, a dendritic cell lectin that facilitates HIV transmission.