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Experiments leading towards the synthesis by the solid phase method of inositol oligomers

Karine Andree Lyet

Experiments leading towards the synthesis by the solid phase method of inositol oligomers

by Karine Andree Lyet

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Phil) - University of Birmingham, School of Chemsitry, Faculty of Science, 1995.

Statementby Karine Andree Lyet.
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Two-fold epoxide/aziridine openings catalyzed by Yb(OTf) 3 served as the key step in the synthesis of N-linked analogs, whereas a convergent approach furnished the O-linked inositol oligomers. Cyril Ponnamperuma's research works with 3, citations and 1, reads, including: Abiotic Synthesis of Bioorganic Compounds in Simulated Primitive Planetary Environments.

Repeating glycosidic linkages of oligosaccharides can be synthesized by solid-phase methods. Glycals were attached to a polystyrene copolymer with a silyl ether bond and were activated to function as glycosyl donors with 3,3-dimethyldioxirane. Glycosidation was performed by reactions with a solution-based acceptor (itself a glycal). Excess acceptor and promoter were removed by rinsing after. O PivO BnO O O BnO OBn BnO BnO OH O PivO O BnO BnO O O Automated Solid Phase Synthesis of Protected b-Phytoalexin Elicitor (PE) Plante, O. J.; Palmacci, E. .

The experiments were judiciously selected, carefully developed The manual is not a final and fully optimized guide book, it is rather a current snapshot of a continuously developing teaching unit. We therefore Anchors/Linkers for Solid-Phase Synthesis (Traceless Linkers, Photolabile Linkers, Safety Catch, Enzymatic Cleavage). Dr Robert Letsinger publishes the first paper describing solid-phase synthesis of oligonucleotides. (Letsinger, Mahadevan ) (Letsinger, Mahadevan ) Letsinger publishes the first paper on phosphotriester synthesis, an improvement from Khorana’s phosphodiester method, and one that could be replicated in many labs.


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Experiments leading towards the synthesis by the solid phase method of inositol oligomers by Karine Andree Lyet Download PDF EPUB FB2

Presents both the fundamental concepts and the most recent applications in solid-phase organic synthesis. With its emphasis on basic concepts, Solid-Phase Organic Synthesis guides readers through all the steps needed to design and perform successful solid-phase organic syntheses.

The authors focus on the fundamentals of heterogeneous supports in the synthesis of organic. A method for the preparation of oligomers by linking chromophore units is described.

Specifically, the synthesis of chromophore units having a protected-hydroxyl group and a phosphoramidite function is described, along with a method to link several units using solid-phase phosphite-triester by: Imidazo-quinoxalines have been constructed via solid-phase synthesis using rink amide AM resin.

In this method, amine groups on the surface of resin reacted with benzoic acid derivatives. Next, a nucleophilic substitution is performed on the aromatic ring of amide by an imidazolefollowed by reduction of the nitro group to an amine in the presence of SnCl 2.

Synthesis of these oligomers involves an iterative sequence consisting of diazotransfer and Huisgen 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition steps.

In this contribution, we describe an efficient one-pot, two-step sequence for the preparation of triazoles from the corresponding amino acid-derived amines and alkynes in solution. The development of a germanium-based linker system for the solid phase synthesis (SPS) of 3-(n-hexyl)thiophene oligomers and the first SPS of triarylamine oligomers via iterative chain extension is efficiency of the key steps in the oligomer syntheses and their compatibility with the germanium linker are demonstrated by the SPS of bi-[3-(n-hexyl)thiophene] 19 and ter.

The present invention relates to a support system for solid phase synthesis of oligomers, such as oligonucleotides, wherein the starting compound is bound to the support via a disiloxyl linkage. Furthermore, the invention relates to a method for synthesis of oligonucleotides on a solid support.

The support system comprises a stable disiloxyl linkage providing high nucleoside loadings to the. Attempted solid-phase synthesis of oligopyrimidinone-2′-deoxyriboside methylphosphonates on succinyl-CPG support.

The conventional nucleoside succinyl-CPG supports have been used previously in the solid-phase incorporation of a single 2-pyrimidinone nucleoside into oligodeoxyribonucleotide (15) and oligoribonucleotide (18) sequences containing mixed bases.

A major effort in modern bio‐organic chemistry focuses on the design, synthesis and structural characterisation of foldamers: 1 non‐natural oligomers that adopt well‐defined secondary, tertiary and quaternary structures. 2 – 5 One ultimate objective of such studies is to recapitulate the functional behaviour of biomacromolecules.

6 Particular emphasis has been placed on inhibitors 7. Oligonucleotide synthesis is the chemical synthesis of relatively short fragments of nucleic acids with defined chemical structure ().The technique is extremely useful in current laboratory practice because it provides a rapid and inexpensive access to custom-made oligonucleotides of the desired sequence.

Whereas enzymes synthesize DNA and RNA only in a 5' to 3' direction, chemical. Solid-phase synthesis to obtain oligonucleotides of DNA/RNA is a powerful tool that has served several applications in various fields since the s 1, 2, 3 using phosphoramidite building blocks es of its broad influence include: its impact in labeling (via click chemistry reactions) 5, structural probing 6, and antisense technologies 7, as well as its elucidation of biological.

Dedicated to Prof. Andrew D. Hamilton on the occasion of his 60th birthday. A major effort in modern bio-organic chemistry focuses on the design, synthesis and structural characterisation of foldamers: 1 non-natural oligomers that adopt well-defined secondary, tertiary and quaternary structures.

2 – 5 One ultimate objective of such studies is to recapitulate the functional behaviour of. Part of the Methods in Molecular Biology book series (MIMB, volume ) Abstract. Originally the PNA oligomers were assembled on a Merrifield (methylbenzhydrylamine, MBHA)resin in Subheading will only describe the manual, solid-phase synthesis of PNA oligomers from the commercially available Boc/Cbz monomers.

Open image in new window. Solid‐phase methodology for synthesis of adenosine diphosphate ribose oligomers (ADPr‐oligomers) of defined length is described using an advanced 2‐ribosyl adenosine phosphoramidite building block that is prepared in solution via an expeditious and high‐yielding method. We recently developed a new class of oligomers that contain α-amino acid residues linked by 1,2,3-triazole groups [Angelo, N.

G.; Arora, P. Chem. Soc., −]. Synthesis of these oligomers involves an iterative sequence consisting of diazotransfer and Huisgen 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition steps. In this contribution, we describe an efficient one-pot, two-step. better purification of fully protected oligomers starting from 8-mers; and (iii) the one-solvent procedure for rapid solid-phase oligonucleotide synthesis.

In the present paper, v/e re-port this modified triester method and its application to the efficient synthesis, in solution and on polymer carriers, of.

Solid-phase synthesis of DNG. The adenyl monomer for the solid-phase synthesis was synthesized according to Scheme 1.

The synthesis of 5 is described in the Materials and Methods. The diaminoadenosine starting material, 4, is available from a literature procedure (38,39). during synthesis. We therefore protected commercially avail-able 3-methylaminobenzoic acid with Fmoc to furnish the glycine mimic 1s.

A general outline of the solid-phase synthesis (SPS) method is illustrated in Scheme 2. In terms of developing this methodology, the amide bond forming reaction is chal-lenging as the substrate is a.

Solid-Phase Peptide Synthesis 8 This publication is a practical vademecum in which Bachem’s chemists involved in solid phase synthesis for many years have gathered their knowledge and experience in SPPS. The idea is to discuss the variables of solid phase synthesis and to present the choices, advantages and drawbacks of each one.

Myo-inositol hexakisphosphate (IP6) is a natural product known to inhibit vascular calcification (VC), but with limited potency and low plasma. Solid-Phase Peptide Synthesis (SPPS) Solid-phase synthesis is a common technique for peptide y, peptides are synthesised from the carbonyl group side (C-terminus) to amino group side (N-terminus) of the amino acid chain in the SPPS method, although peptides are biologically synthesised in the opposite direction in cells.

In peptide synthesis, an amino-protected amino acid is. The basic concept in solid phase peptide synthesis is the step-wise construction of a peptide chain attached to an insoluble polymeric support (see Figure 1.

for general synthesis scheme). Figure 1: General Scheme for Solid Phase Peptide Synthesis. This approach permits unreacted reagents to be removed by washing without loss of product.avoided, and another great advantage of solid phase synthesis is its speed.

However, the application of solid phase synthesis would also require suitable methods for the purification and characterization of the final products, and at present these are not well developed.

In order to facilitate the move from solution phase chemistry to solid phase. For a given reactor column volume, increasing solid-support nucleoside loading, dimensional stability during synthesis, and synthesis efficiency can significantly enhance synthesis .