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Natural products have served as a rich source for the discovery of new nucleic acid targeting molecules for more than half a century. However, our ability to design molecules that bind nucleic acid motifs in a sequence- and/or structure-selective manner is still in its infancy. Xylopyridine A, a naturally occurring molecule of unprecedented architecture,… (More)
Metal-free homoallylic oxygen-directed intramolecular hydroboration is reported. Regioselectivities from 20:1 to 82:1 favoring the 1,3-dioxy-substituted products have been achieved using Me2S.BH3/TfOH followed by standard oxidative workup. Branching at the C5 position improves regioselectivity.
Fluorescent dyes have become increasingly important in cell biology since they enable high signal-to-noise and selectivity in visualizing subcellular organelles. Photoactivatable dyes allow for tracking and monitoring of a subset of cells or organelles. Here, we report the synthesis and application of a new class of large Stokes shift fluorescent dyes that… (More)
[reaction: see text] A total synthesis of (+)-bullatacin has been accomplished via a diastereoselective [3+2] annulation reaction of the highly enantiomerically enriched allylsilane 3 and racemic aldehyde 4, which provides the key bis-tetrahydrofuran fragment 15 with > or = 20:1 ds.