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2 Synthesis of Glycosylated Natural Products and Their Analogues. % Considerable activity continues with 0-glycosyl amino-acids. Two reports have appeared on P-D-galactopyranosyl L-hydroxylysine d e r i v a t i ~ e s , the 9 ~ ~first ~~ in connection with the development of assays for osteoporosis. 93 have been Compounds 65, with R = H or tetra-0-acetyl-a-D-glucopyranosyl, made as 0-f3-D-glucosylserine analogues for studies of glycosylated a-aminooxy 25 3: Glycosides and Disaccharides pseudo peptides.
4)-galactosyltransferase. 6 Reactions and Other Features of 0-Glycosides. - The study of the spontaneous hydrolysis of a series of deoxy and deoxyfluoro 2,4-dinitrophenyl p-Dglucopyranosides led to the conclusion that the rates correlate with the stabilities of the oxocarbenium ions involved. Of the deoxy derivatives the 2-deoxy compound reacted fastest, whereas the 2-deoxy-2-fluoro compound was most stable of the deoxyfluoro Linkages of sugars (R) to Wang resins of the kind illustrated in 110 are stable to Lewis acid glycosylation conditions.
2000,132,194 555). 46. G. R. Vercellotti, J. Carbohydr. , 2000,19,1305. 47. P. L. Miller, Carbohydr. , 2000,329,359. 48. K. Zhuo, J. Wang, Y. Yue and H. Wang, Carbohydr. Rex, 2000,328,383. 49. I. Gill and Valivety, Angew. , Int. Ed. , 2000,39,3802. 50. I. Gill and Valivety, Angew. , Int. Ed. , 2000,39,3804. 30. 31. 1 Synthesis of Monosaccharide Glycosides. R. Schmidt and co-workers who dealt with the various approaches to this important technology and several applicat i o n ~Two . ~ new papers on this subject have dealt with compounds having the donor and acceptor parts linked by malonate or succinate5 or isophthaloyl diester6tethers.