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Advanced Organic Chemistry: Reaction Mechanisms
Radical Substitution Reactions at the Saturated C Atom Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions at the Saturated C Atom Additions to the Olefinic C=C Double Bond Eliminations Substitution Reactions onExpand
Organic mechanisms : reactions, stereochemistry and synthesis
1 Radical Substitution Reactions at the Saturated C Atom 2 Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions at the Saturated C Atom 3 Electrophilic Additions to the C-C Double Bond 4 ss-Eliminations 5Expand
A New Group of Aromatic Prenyltransferases in Fungi, Catalyzing a 2,7-Dihydroxynaphthalene 3-Dimethylallyl-transferase Reaction*
Five fungal genomes from the Ascomycota (sac fungi) were found to contain a gene with sequence similarity to a recently discovered small group of bacterial prenyltransferases that catalyze theExpand
Enantioselective Butenolide Preparation for Straightforward Asymmetric Syntheses of γ‐Lactones – Paraconic Acids, Avenaciolide, and Hydroxylated Eleutherol
The naturally occurring γ-lactones (+)-methylenolactocin (13) and its enantiomer, (+)-protolichesterinic acid (14) and its enantiomer, (+)-rocellaric acid (15), and the methylene bis(γ-lactone)Expand
Enantioselective syntheses and configuration assignments of gamma-chiral butenolides from Plagiomnium undulatum: butenolide synthesis from tetronic acids.
Both enantiomers of the gamma-chiral alpha,beta-dimethylated butyrolactones nat-1 and nat-2 from the moss Plagiomnium undulatum were synthesized stereoselectively through butenolides and tetronicExpand
The Synthesis of ?-Alkylidenebutenolides
A novel access to γ-alkylidenebutenolides: Sequential stille couplings of dibromomethylenebutenolides
γ-(Dibromomethylene)butenolide (2) and β-bromo-γ-(bromomethylene)butenolide (Z-5), both of which obtained from dibromolevulinic acid (6) in a single step, underwent Pd-catalyzed couplings withExpand
Synthesis and biological effects of new hybrid compounds composed of benzylguanidines and the alkylating group of busulfan on neuroblastoma cells.
(131)Iodine-labelled (meta-iodobenzyl)guanidine ([(131)I]-mIBG) and busulfan [butane-1,4-diylbis(methanesulfonate)] are well-established pharmaceuticals in neuroblastoma therapy. We report theExpand
Synthesis, pharmacological characterization, and quantitative structure-activity relationship analyses of 3,7,9,9-tetraalkylbispidines: derivatives with specific bradycardic activity.
A series of 3,7,9,9-tetraalkyl-3,7-diazabicyclo[3.3.1]nonane derivatives (bispidines) was synthesized and identified as potential antiischemic agents. Pharmacological experiments in vitro as well asExpand
Total synthesis of xerulinic acid.