How the stereochemistry of a central cyclopentyl ring influences the self-assembling properties of archaeal lipid analogues: synthesis and cryoTEM observations.

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The relative stereochemistry (cis or trans) of a 1,3-disubstituted cyclopentane unit placed in the middle of tetraether archaeal bipolar lipid analogues was found to have a dramatic influence on their supramolecular self-assembling properties. The synthesis of two diastereomers varying only by the stereochemistry of the cyclopentyl unit was achieved… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/jo201827h

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@article{Jacquemet2011HowTS, title={How the stereochemistry of a central cyclopentyl ring influences the self-assembling properties of archaeal lipid analogues: synthesis and cryoTEM observations.}, author={Alicia Jacquemet and Lo{\"{i}c Lemi{\`e}gre and Olivier Lambert and Thierry Benvegnu}, journal={The Journal of organic chemistry}, year={2011}, volume={76 23}, pages={9738-47} }