Application of the allylic diazene rearrangement: synthesis of the enediyne-bridged tricyclic core of dynemicin A

  title={Application of the allylic diazene rearrangement: synthesis of the enediyne-bridged tricyclic core of dynemicin A},
  author={John L. Wood and J. A. Jun. Porco and Jack Taunton and Angela Y. Lee and Jon Clardy and Stuart L. Schreiber},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
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