Carbohydrate Chemistry Volume 32 by R J Ferrier, R Blattner, O McDonald, R H Furneaux, P C

By R J Ferrier, R Blattner, O McDonald, R H Furneaux, P C Tyler, R H Wightman, K Clinch, J M Gardiner, R A Field, K P R Kartha, D M G Tilbrook

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J. Freudigmann, Tetrahedron, 1997, 53, 3669. 53 Y. Shigemasa, N. Tereda, T. Mori, M. Morimoto, H. Sashiwa and H. Saimoto, Bull. Chem. SOC. , 1998,71, 1 1 3. 1 Synthesis of Monosaccharides Glycosides. - A review has been published on papers dealing with solid-phase syntheses in organic chemistry (Part 111) which appeared during the period Nov 199GDec 1997. 1). I . I Methods of synthesis of glycosides. Some simple glycosides can be made directly from free sugars by novel approaches. ~ of D-glucose, D-galactose, D-mannose, D-glucuronic acid and D-galacturonic acid have been made with long chain alcohols in THF with Lewis acids such as BF3, FeC13, CaC12 as catalysts.

G. 2 Chain-extension at the 'Reducing End'. 30 OH I HO 49 Alkyl ketosides 53 were available by opening of the mixed spiroepoxides 52 with alcohols in the presence of ZnC12 (only a-anomers were produced). The isomeric mixture 52 was obtained by oxidation of the known em-glycal 51 with dimethyldioxirane, and a considerable improvement in the synthesis of 51 from lactone 50 by use of a Peterson olefination instead of reaction with Tebbe reagent has been r e p ~ r t e d . g. compounds 58, have been synthesized by ring-closing metathesis in the presence of Grubbs' catalyst, as illustrated in Scheme 5.

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