Erick Carreira and colleague have reported in JACS on a ruthenium catalyzed hydrocarbamoylation.
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Posted by naturalproductman on May 7, 2013
Posted by naturalproductman on December 29, 2012
Lutz Ackermann and colleague at Georg-August-Universität have reported in Organic Letters on the reaction between examines and alkynes to form pyrroles.
Posted by naturalproductman on November 16, 2012
Kuiling Ding and co-workers from Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry have reported in ACIE on the ruthenium catalyzed cyclic carbonate transformation to diols and methanol. Cyclic carbonates are a product of CO2 and epoxides the first product of the Shell omega process.
Posted by naturalproductman on October 25, 2012
Michael Burkart and James J. La Clair and colleagues at UCSD have reported in Org Lett on the synthesis of
Posted by naturalproductman on May 7, 2012
Kathlynn Parker and colleague have reported in Organic Letters on a formal synthesis of englerin A.
Posted by naturalproductman on May 1, 2012
Dennis Curran and co-workers at the University of Pittsburgh have applied fluorous mixture synthesis to assign the stereochemistry of a macrolide. Fluorous mixture synthesis is a technique where they install fluorinated tag protecting groups on the alcohols where each tag varies by the number of fluorines. They are able to separate the tagged compounds based on the number of flourines on the tags.
Posted by naturalproductman on April 25, 2012
Yoshihiko Yamamoto and co-workers from Nagoya University have reported in JACS on the formation of a furan from diynes.
Posted by naturalproductman on April 17, 2012
Hideo Kigoshi and co-workers from the University of Tsukuba have reported in ACIE on the synthesis of oxyingenol.
Posted by naturalproductman on February 29, 2012
Tehshik Yoon and co-workers at the University of Wisconsin have reported in Organic Letters on a [2+2+2] cyclization approach to form endoperoxides using oxygen (ie: O2).