indole biosynthetic process
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Indoles, both naturally occurring and synthetic, exhibit wide-ranging biological activity. Unusual and complex molecular… Expand We report herein a Rh(III)-catalyzed cyclization of N-nitrosoanilines with alkynes for streamlined synthesis of indoles. The… Expand Fishing for complements! There is an alternative to the useful Fischer indole synthesis. The new method utilizes the same… Expand We report here an operationally simple, palladium-catalyzed cyclization reaction of N-aryl imines, affording indoles via the… Expand Enantioselective allylic substitution reactions comprise some of the most versatile methods for preparing enantiomerically… Expand The indole unit is one of the most abundant and relevant heterocycles in natural products and pharmaceuticals. Despite the… Expand Azaindoles (also called pyrrolopyridines) constitute essential subunits in many pharmaceutically important compounds. The… Expand ABSTRACT Since indole is present at up to 500 μM in the stationary phase and is an interspecies biofilm signal (J. Lee, A… Expand The substituted indole nucleus [indole is the acronym from indigo (the natural dye) and oleum (used for the isolation)] is a… Expand The efficient O-acetylation of monosaccharides and cellulose is demonstrated using a Lewis acidic ionic liquid based on choline… Expand