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Title: Synthesis of enantiomerically enriched B-branched amino acids via Erlenmeyer oxazolones
Author: Bell, Sharon
Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh
Current Institution: University of Edinburgh
Date of Award: 2000
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Abstract:
There is much interest in the synthesis of unnatural, enantiomerically pure amino acids, including dehydroamino acids and b,b-disubstituted amino acids. Described here is a method of synthesising dehydroamino acids via oxazolones derived from a modified version of the Erlenmeyer reaction. (Fig. 13661A) Rh-DuPHOS and Rh-BPE hydrogenation of these dehydroamino acids led to the synthesis of single products in high d.e. and e.e. Synthesis of such oxazolones on solid phase would provide a method for on-resin amino acid modification, allowing for greater flexibility in the combinatorial synthesis of peptides. Linkage via a silyl linker would allow mild and selective cleavage, while use of an acid functionalised linker would allow inverse (N(r)C) peptide synthesis. Attempts to synthesise I are described, along with a method of oxazolone formation which avoids the use of acid, and is therefore compatible with silyl linkers (Fig. 13661B).
Supervisor: Not available Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.641510  DOI: Not available
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