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(−)-Deschloromytilipin A and (−)-Danicalipin A

Posted by naturalproductman on April 8, 2016

Noah Burns and co-workers from Stanford have reported in JACS on the syntheses of (−)-deschloromytilipin A and (−)-danicalipin A.

 

JACS paper

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Posted in Chlorosulpholipids, Halogenated, Lipids, Methodology, Total Synthesis | Leave a Comment »

Bromochloroiodoindoles

Posted by naturalproductman on February 2, 2016

Peter Northcote and co-workers from the Victoria University of Wellington have reported in the Journal of Natural Products on the isolation of a bromo-, chloro-, iodo- containing natural product.

 

JNP paper

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Halomon synthesis

Posted by naturalproductman on September 30, 2015

Noah Burns and co-workers at Stanford have reported in JACS on some deceptively simple looking molecules.

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JACS paper

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Mollenynes B-E

Posted by naturalproductman on September 25, 2015

Tadeusz Molinski and co-workers have reported in JACS on the isolation and characterization of mollenynes B-E.
mollenynes
JACS paper

Posted in Alkynes, Computational, DFT, Halogenated, New Techniques, NMR, Peptides, Polyenes, Stereochemistry | Leave a Comment »

Sigillin A

Posted by naturalproductman on May 13, 2015

Stefan Schulz and co-workers at TU Braunschweig have reported in ACIE on the isolation of a polychlorinated natural product from the snow flea.

There’s a typo in the description of the article: ” in which α-vinylation of a lactone and ring-closing metathesis are they key steps.” should be “are the key steps.”
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ACIE paper

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