Ethynyldiisopropylsilyl: a new alkynylsilane protecting group and "click" linker.
ABSTRACT A new silyl-based reagent has been developed for "catch and release" immobilization, combining click chemistry with silyl protection. The traditional "all carbon" attachment to solid supports in a silyl type linker was substituted with a stable triazole, easily assembled using the CuAAC reaction. The methodology introduces a novel ethynyldiiospropylchlorosilane reagent (EDIPS-Cl) as a functionalized protecting group linker.
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ABSTRACT: A synthesis of anthracycline aglycone derivatives is described. The key step utilizes a powerful domino carbopalladation approach and subsequent ring closure. During this process two of the four rings of the anthracycline scaffold are formed. Differently substituted carbohydrates and dialkyne chains serve as versatile and simple starting materials for the reaction sequence. Diverse building blocks lead to a variety of different products and a broad range of structural diversity.Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry 01/2013; 9:2194-201. · 2.80 Impact Factor