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An alkylation route to carbo- and heteroaromatic amino acids

Jones, Raymond C.F.; Berthelot, Didier J.C. and Iley, James N. (2007). An alkylation route to carbo- and heteroaromatic amino acids. Arkivoc(11) pp. 73–84.

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Amino acids carrying aromatic carbo- and heterocycles in the side chain, such as naphthyl-, biphenyl- and pyridylalanines, have been prepared by alkylation of a glycine enolate with a haloalkyl carbocycle or heterocycle, with enantiomeric excess up to 87% using the ephedrine amide protocol.

Item Type: Journal Article
Copyright Holders: 2007 ARKAT USA, Inc.
ISSN: 1551-7012
Extra Information: for the Heterocyclic Group on their 40th Anniversary
Keywords: amino acid; non-proteinogenic; ephedrine glycinamide; glycine enolate; pyridylalanine
Academic Unit/Department: Science
Item ID: 5974
Depositing User: James Iley
Date Deposited: 04 Dec 2006
Last Modified: 24 Feb 2016 20:29
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