A Synthetic Route to Anandamide Analogues Carrying a Substituent at the Terminal Carbon and an Acetylene Group in the End Pentyl Chain
A versatile sequence is developed for the synthesis of anandamide analogues with an acetylene group in the end pentyl chain carrying a substituent at the terminal carbon of the chain. These analogues are important for SAR studies of the endocannabinoid, anandamide.
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