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Palladium-catalyzed direct alkynylations of heteroarenes were accomplished with inexpensive gem-dichloroalkenes as user-friendly electrophiles, which set the stage for a modular, step-economical synthesis of diversely decorated heteroaryl alkynes with ample scope.
The step-economical late-stage diversification of tryptophan-containing peptides was accomplished through chemo- and site-selective palladium-catalyzed C-H arylation under exceedingly mild reaction conditions. Thus, the C-H functionalization occurred efficiently at 23 °C with a catalyst loading as low as 0.5 mol %, and/or in H2 O.
The bioorthogonal late-stage diversification of functionalized oligopeptides was accomplished through a metal-free, site-selective C-H arylation of engineered indole derivatives under mild reaction conditions.