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|Title:||Stereoconvergent synthesis of (2S,3S,8S,9S,4E,6E)-N-Boc-ADDA starting from (S)-serine and (S)-phenyllactic acid||Authors:||F., Daniello
The important naturally occurring beta-amino acid N-Boc-ADDA is prepared following a disconnection of the C-C bond between the two E,E double bonds. The stereochemistry of the two synthons was controlled using the alkylation of chiral bromoalienes derived from naturally occurring (S)-serine and (S)-phenyllactic acid. The cupration of bromoallenes derived from (S)-serine also provides a general method for the synthesis of chiral beta-alkylated aspartic acid derivatives. (C) 1997, Elsevier Science Ltd.
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