Studies toward brevisulcenal F via convergent strategies for marine ladder polyether synthesis
Author(s)Katcher, Matthew Herman; Jamison, Timothy F
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Shortly after the initial isolation of marine ladder polyether natural products, biomimetic epoxide-opening cascade reactions were proposed as an efficient strategy for the synthesis of these compounds. However, difficulties in assembling the cascade precursors have limited the realization of these cascades. In this report, we describe strategies that provide convergent access to cascade precursors via regioselective allylation and efficient fragment coupling. We then investigate epoxide-opening cascades promoted by strong bases for the formation of fused tetrahydropyrans. These strategies are evaluated in the context of the synthesis of rings CDEFG of brevisulcenal F.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Chemistry
Katcher, Matthew H., and Timothy F. Jamison, "Studies toward brevisulcenal F via convergent strategies for marine ladder polyether synthesis." Tetrahedron 74, 11 (Mar. 2018): p. 1111-22 doi 10.1016/J.TET.2018.01.039 ©2018 Author(s)
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