Glycoconjugates of amino acids. Preparation throughN-alkylation of amino acids withN-chloroacetyl-β-glycopyranosylamines View Full Text


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DATE

1999-07

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L. M. Likhosherstov, O. S. Novikova, V. N. Shibaev

ABSTRACT

Monoalkylation of amino acids of different structural types withN-chloroacetyl-glycosylamines was shown to be applicable for the preparation of glycoconjugates containing β-d-galactose,N-acetyl-β-d-glucosamine, β-d-mannose, and lactose residues. The glycoconjugates were synthesized from amino acids with secondary (sarcosine,l-proline) or primary (l-2- and 4-aminobutyric acids,l-tryptophan) amino groups as well as from various amino dicarboxylic acids (N-methyl-dl-aspartic,dl-aspartic,l-glutamic, anddl-2-aminoadipic acids). The derivatives obtained may be of interest for glycotargeting of physiologically active compounds of this series. More... »

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1365-1368

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02495306

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