A New Strategy for the Synthesis of Taurine Derivatives Using the “Safety‐Catch” Principle for the Protection of Sulfonic Acids.

@article{Seeberger2007ANS,
  title={A New Strategy for the Synthesis of Taurine Derivatives Using the “Safety‐Catch” Principle for the Protection of Sulfonic Acids.},
  author={Sonja Seeberger and Roger John Griffin and Ian R Hardcastle and Bernard T Golding},
  journal={ChemInform},
  year={2007},
  volume={38}
}
Chemical synthesis of the 5-taurinomethyl(-2-thio)uridine modified anticodon arm of the human mitochondrial tRNA(Leu(UUR)) and tRNA(Lys).
TLDR
This paper presents site-specific chemical incorporation of τm(5)U and τm (5)s(2)U)U into 17-mers related to the sequence of the anticodon arms hmt-tRNA(Leu(UUR)) and hMT-t RNA(Lys), respectively employing phosphoramidite chemistry on CPG support. Expand

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A new strategy for the synthesis of taurine derivatives using the 'safety-catch' principle for the protection of sulfonic acids.
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The safety-catch principle has been applied for the development of a new method for protecting sulfonic acids and should be generally applicable to the protection of sulfonic acid and is amenable to a multiparallel format. Expand