Heterocyclization of Amidophenacylation Products of Uracil View Full Text


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2003-05

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B. M. Khutova, S. V. Klyuchko, L. P. Prikazchikova, S. V. Iksanova, B. S. Drach

ABSTRACT

When uracil is reacted with benzoylamino(chloro)acetophenone, we obtain two amidophenacylation products depending on the condensation conditions. The first product contains an amidophenacyl moiety at the N1 center, and in the second product two such moieties are located at the N1 and N3 centers of the uracil. Treatment of these accessible uracil derivatives with phosphorus oxychloride, thionyl chloride, or phosphorus pentasulfide leads to cyclization of the amidophenacyl side group, which is used to synthesize a number of modified pyrimidine bases with 2,5-diphenyloxazole or 2,5-diphenylthiazole residues. More... »

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660-663

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