On the N-methyl-L-threonine residue in stendomycin.

Abstract

Sir: In a previous communication^ to this Jour nal, the isolation of N-methyl-L-threonine from acid hydrolysates of stendomycin2~4) was briefly mentioned. We wish to report here some experiments that led to the final assignment of the configuration for this amino acid with two centers of asymmetry. The specific rotation of the N-methyl amino acid from… (More)

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