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Why sugars are important

Posted by naturalproductman on October 24, 2012

Here’s an editorial on why sugar chemistry is so important.

 

Science article

Posted in Glucinols, Glucoside, Glycosides | Leave a Comment »

Half chair transition state

Posted by naturalproductman on February 17, 2012

Andrew Bennet and co-workers from Simon Fraser University have reported in JACS on a transition state study of a sialidase enzyme.

sialidase

JACS paper

Posted in Enzymes, Glucoside, Isotope effects, Mechanistic, Methodology, Proteins | Leave a Comment »

Ketosugar formations

Posted by naturalproductman on February 11, 2012

Ramanarayanan Krishnamurthy at Scripps in La Jolla have reported in JACS on the formation of some ketosugar formations in water using dihydroxyfumarate with different aldehydes.

glyoxylate

JACS paper

Posted in Cascade Reactions, Glucoside, Methodology | Leave a Comment »

Diarylheptanoid glucosides

Posted by naturalproductman on January 25, 2012

Marc Litaudon and co-workers from CNRS have reported in European JOC on the isolation of diarylheptanoid glucosides.

glucosides

European JOC paper

Posted in Diseases, Glucoside, Malaria | Leave a Comment »

Millingtonine A synthesis

Posted by naturalproductman on January 19, 2012

Ian Baxendale and co-workers at the University of Cambridge have reported in Organic Letters on the synthesis of millingtonine A using an Ueno-Stork cyclization.

millingtonine

OL paper

Posted in Alkaloids, Glucoside, Methodology, Named Reactions, Radical Chemistry, Total Synthesis, Ueno-Stork cyclization | Leave a Comment »

Viridaphin A1 glucoside

Posted by naturalproductman on August 10, 2011

Mitsuyo Horikawa and co-workers from Utsunomiya University have reported in JNP on the isolation of a green pigment, viridaphin A1 glucoside, from a green aphid.

viridaphin A1 glucoside

JNP paper

Posted in Aromatic, Glucoside | 2 Comments »

 
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