The Chemistry of C-Glycosides, Vol 13. Tetrahedron Organic Chemistry

  • ID: 1764352
  • Book
  • 290 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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In recent years C-glycoside chemistry has been one of the main topics in carbohydrate chemistry, not only because of the synthetic challenges posed, but also because C-glycosides have the potential to serve as carbohydrate analogues resistant to metabolic processes. Consequently, this class of compounds is currently receiving much interest as a potential source of therapeutic agents for clinical use. This book provides a broad coverage of the various synthetic methods available for the preparation of C-glycosides, and illustrates the interesting breadth of connections between carbohydrate chemistry and modern general synthetic organic chemistry by including topics such as transition-metal catalysis, radical chemistry, cycloaddition and rearrangement processes. In addition, in the final chapter of the book, the syntheses of C-di and trisaccharides reported through 1994 are reviewed. This well organised account of the synthetic chemistry in this field will prove to be very valuable to a wide range of researchers and advanced students, both as an introduction to the topic and for reference.
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Introduction. Electrophilic Substitutions. Nucleophilic Sugar Substitutions. Transition Metal Mediated C-Glycosidations. Anomeric Radicals. Rearrangements and Cycloadditions. Sugar Ring Formations. Syntheses of C-Di and Trisaccharides. Index.
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Levy, D.E.
Tang, C.
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