Regioselective palladium (O) catalyzed azidation and amination of 1-alkenylcyclpropyl esters: a new route to 2,3-methanoamino acids.

@inproceedings{Aufranc1993RegioselectiveP,
  title={Regioselective palladium (O) catalyzed azidation and amination of 1-alkenylcyclpropyl esters: a new route to 2,3-methanoamino acids.},
  author={Pierre Aufranc and Jean Ollivier and Andreas Dr. Stolle and Claudia Bremer and M Essayed and Armin de Meijere and Jacques Salauen},
  year={1993}
}
Abstract Palladium (O) catalyzed azidation of 1-alkenylcyclopropyl esters provides regioselectively 1-azido-1-alkenyl cyclopropanes, convenient precursors of 2,3-methanoamino acids. On the other hand, amination occurred exclusively on the less substituted allylic end, providing strained 2-cyclopropylideneethylamine derivatives.