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Enantiospecific synthesis of pseudoacarviosin as a potential antidiabetic agent.
P pseudo-1,4'- N-linked disaccharide has been shown to be a potent inhibitor of alpha-glucosidases, particularly the intestinal mucosal enzymes sucrase and glucoamylase of relevance to blood glucose control.
trans-acetonide controlled endo-selective intramolecular nitrone-alkene cycloaddition of hept-6-enoses: a facile entry to calystegines, tropanes, and hydroxylated aminocycloheptanes.
High-yielding endo-selective intramolecular nitrone-alkene cycloaddition (INAC) reactions of hept-6-enoses controlled by a trans-acetonide to give bridged bicyclo[4.2.1]isoxazolidines exclusively are…
Intramolecular nitrile oxide-alkene cycloaddition of sugar derivatives with unmasked hydroxyl group(s).
The INOC reaction, using chloramine-T, in the presence of silica gel, to generate nitrile oxides from oximes, proceeded smoothly to afford five- or six-membered carbocycles in good to excellent yields.
Stereo- and regioselectivity in an intramolecular nitrone-alkene cycloaddition of hept-6-enoses with a trans-acetonide blocking group.
From sugar to cycloadduct: The effect of the trans-acetonide blocking group and the stereochemistry of the substituents on the regio- and stereoselectivity in the intramolecular nitrone-alkene…
Evaluation of an automated microarray-based molecular test for rapid identification of drug resistance determinants in bacteria directly from positive blood culture broths
Intramolecular Nitrile Oxide—Alkene Cycloaddition of Sugar Derivatives with Unmasked Hydroxyl Group(s).
trans‐Acetonide Controlled endo‐Selective Intramolecular Nitrone—Alkene Cycloaddition of Hept‐6‐enoses: A Facile Entry to Calystegines, Tropanes, and Hydroxylated Aminocycloheptanes.
Stereo‐ and Regioselectivity in an Intramolecular Nitrone—Alkene Cycloaddition of Hept‐6‐enoses with a trans‐Acetonide Blocking Group.
Structural characterization of N-terminus of XIAP associated factor 1