Synthesis of L-cystine modified cyclodextrin monomers and dimers with primary-side versus secondary-side and their molecular binding behaviours

@inproceedings{Liu2008SynthesisOL,
  title={Synthesis of L-cystine modified cyclodextrin monomers and dimers with primary-side versus secondary-side and their molecular binding behaviours},
  author={Yen-Yi Liu and X.-Y. Li and D.-S. Guo and Huang Chi},
  year={2008}
}
A series of b-cyclodextrin (b-CD) derivatives modified by L-cystine, including 3,30-L-cystine-bridged bis(b-CD) (2), 3-Lcystine-b-CD (3), 6,60-L-cystine-bridged bis(b-CD) (4) and 6-L-cystine-b-CD (5), were synthesised inmoderate yields by the reaction of L-cystine with mono-[2-O-(p-tolysulfonyl)]-b-CD (2-O-Ts-b-CD) or mono-[6-O-(p-tolysulfonyl)]-b-CD (6-OTs… CONTINUE READING