Chemoenzymatic synthesis of each enantiomer of orthogonally protected 4,4-difluoroglutamic acid: a candidate monomer for chiral Brønsted acid peptide-based catalysts.

@article{Li2011ChemoenzymaticSO,
  title={Chemoenzymatic synthesis of each enantiomer of orthogonally protected 4,4-difluoroglutamic acid: a candidate monomer for chiral Br{\o}nsted acid peptide-based catalysts.},
  author={Y. Li and Scott J. Miller},
  journal={The Journal of organic chemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={76 23},
  pages={
          9785-91
        }
}
We have accomplished an asymmetric synthesis of each enantiomer of 4,4-difluoroglutamic acid. This α-amino acid has been of interest in medicinal chemistry circles. Key features of the synthesis include highly scalable procedures, a Reformatsky-based coupling reaction, and straightforward functional group manipulations to make the parent amino acid. Enantioenrichment derives from an enzymatic resolution of the synthetic material. Conversion of the optically enriched compounds to orthogonally… Expand
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