Conversion of 5-deoxypulchelloside I to caudatoside A.

@article{Ayers2004ConversionO5,
  title={Conversion of 5-deoxypulchelloside I to caudatoside A.},
  author={Sloan Ayers and Albert T. Sneden},
  journal={Journal of natural products},
  year={2004},
  volume={67 2},
  pages={
          221-4
        }
}
The iridoid caudatoside A (2) was synthesized in seven steps from the naturally occurring iridoid 5-deoxypulchelloside I (1) using a straightforward series of protection and deprotection procedures to introduce the requisite C-6 cinnamoyl ester. 
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