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4~ HO OH 29 0 31 Me Amino-sugar glycosides. The torsionally constrained 2-azidoglycosyl donor 32 was used in the preparation of the a-linked glucosaminyl inositol (Scheme 3), and in the course of the same work alternative access to a-linked compounds of this type was obtained via a p-orthoester as indicated in Scheme 4? New work has been reported on the preparation of P-D-glucosaminides from the 1,2oxazoline hydrochloride 31 made from the p-glycosyl chloride. ~More specifically, compounds 33 were made from the corresponding ally1 glycosides by OBn - a-Linked glycoside (60%) N3 32 L-J Reagent: i, NBS Scheme 3 BnO&Ro- BnO j 0 Reagents: i, NIS; ii, Tf20, DMAP; iii, TMSN3, Bu4NF Scheme 4 OBn N3 20 Carbohydrate Chemistry initial epoxidations and nucleophilic epoxide ring openings,& and diosgenyl 2-amino-2-deoxy-f3-~-g~ucopyranosides with trichloroacetyl and tetrachlorophthaloyl N-protection were made from the corresponding 2-acetylated glycosyl Muramic acid having a pentapeptide amide linked to the carboxylic acid group has been made as its methyl and phenylthio a-glycosides in studies of the role of the corresponding glycosyl diphosphate in the recognition of Lipid 1 by the enzyme MurG?
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Carbohydrate chemistry Volume 34 by R J Ferrier, R Blattner, O McDonald, R H Furneaux, D M G Tilbrook, P C Tyler, R H Wightman, R A Field, K P R Kartha, John O Hoberg, Paul A Benjes, Chris Hamilton