Classics in total synthesis : targets, strategies, methods  [1] ~ 3

K.C. Nicolaou and E.J. Sorensen ; with a foreword by E.J. Corey

Retaining his excellent, proven approach, world-famous chemist and passionate teacher K.C. Nicolaou and his student Jason S. Chen compile here the important strategies and tools employed to construct complex molecules. Through 42 syntheses of 25 challenging natural products they explain they key steps of the synthetic pathway, highlighting the major developments for easier understanding, and contrasting these to other synthetic methods. Similar to its predecessors and completing a trilogy, this textbook analyzes the syntheses in a didactic manner, with several chapters including mini-reviews of key methodologies, and an emphasis on the history, mechanism, scope, and generality of the reactions. In contrast to the first two volumes, this new one features full-color frontispieces . A wonderful tool for learning and teaching, and a must-have for all current and future organic, medicinal and biological chemists. From the reviews: "The present volume-and hopefully future books of this series-offer an exciting and outstanding overview of the subject of natural products total syntheses in its complexity and variety. Classics in Total Synthesis III will surely itself become a classic in the literature on the state of the art of contemporary organic synthetic chemistry." - Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed. 2011 "...a volume, (...) which any chemist with an interest in synthetic organic chemistry will wish to acquire." -JACS (on a previous volume) "...this superb book (...) will be an essential purchase for many organic chemists." -Nature (on a previous volume) "...One of my co-workers confessed that Classics I was the book on his bedside table while he prepared his thesis defense. Isn't that the highest distinction for a monograph?" -Angewandte Chemie, 2004 (on a previous volume)

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Retaining his excellent, proven approach, world-famous chemist and passionate teacher K.C. Nicolaou and his student Jason S. Chen compile here the important strategies and tools employed to construct complex molecules. Through 42 syntheses of 25 challenging natural products they explain they key steps of the synthetic pathway, highlighting the major developments for easier understanding, and contrasting these to other synthetic methods. Similar to its predecessors and completing a trilogy, this textbook analyzes the syntheses in a didactic manner, with several chapters including mini-reviews of key methodologies, and an emphasis on the history, mechanism, scope, and generality of the reactions. In contrast to the first two volumes, this new one features full-color frontispieces . A wonderful tool for learning and teaching, and a must-have for all current and future organic, medicinal and biological chemists. From the reviews: "The present volume-and hopefully future books of this series-offer an exciting and outstanding overview of the subject of natural products total syntheses in its complexity and variety. Classics in Total Synthesis III will surely itself become a classic in the literature on the state of the art of contemporary organic synthetic chemistry." - Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed. 2011 "...a volume, (...) which any chemist with an interest in synthetic organic chemistry will wish to acquire." -JACS (on a previous volume) "...this superb book (...) will be an essential purchase for many organic chemists." -Nature (on a previous volume) "...One of my co-workers confessed that Classics I was the book on his bedside table while he prepared his thesis defense. Isn't that the highest distinction for a monograph?" -Angewandte Chemie, 2004 (on a previous volume)

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This is the long awaited sequel to "Classics in Total Synthesis", a book that has made its mark as a superb tool for educating students and practitioners alike in the art of organic synthesis since its introduction in 1996. In this highly welcomed new volume, K. C. Nicolaou and Scott A. Snyder discuss in detail the most impressive accomplishments in natural product total synthesis during the 1990s and the first years of the 21st century. While all of the features that made the first volume of "Classics" so popular and unique as a teaching tool have been maintained, in this new treatise the authors seek to present the latest techniques and advances in organic synthesis as they beautifully describe the works of some of the most renowned synthetic organic chemists of our time.This book: Develops domino reactions, cascade sequences, biomimetic strategies, and asymmetric catalysis are systematically through the chosen synthesis; discusses the latest synthetic technologies in terms of mechanism and scope; includes new reactions, such as olefin metathesis, in mini-review style; abundant references for further reading; and, a CD with useful teaching material for lecturers is included with hardback version. Graduate students, educators, and researchers in the fields of synthetic and medicinal chemistry will wish to have a copy of this book in their collection as an indispensable companion that both augments and supplements the original "Classics in Total Synthesis". From reviews of "Classics in Total Synthesis": '...a volume, .. which any chemist with an interest in synthetic organic chemistry will wish to acquire' - "JACS". '...this superb book.. will be an essential purchase for many organic chemists' - "Nature".

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A presentation of total syntheses from organic chemists, analyzing each retrosynthetically to make strategies more accessible. The authors give hints on alternative methods and potential pitfalls. Emphasis is placed on the use of graphics and schemes: reaction sequences and synthetically crucial steps are presented in blue boxed sections; important formulas are, in addition, depicted in the margin, next to the passage where they are mentioned in the text.

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  • Chapter 1. Introduction: The Advancing Field of Total Synthesis . 1.1 Targets. 1.2 Strategies and Methods. 1.3 Classics in Total Synthesis III. Chapter 2. Tetrodotoxin ( Y. Kishi, J. Du Bois) (1972
  • 2003 ). 2.1 Introduction. 2.2 Kishi's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 2.3 Kishi's Totla Synthesis. 2.4 Du Bois' Retrosynthetic Anaysis and Strategy. 2.5 Du Bois' Total Synthesis. 2.6 Conclusion. Chapter 3. Discodermolide ( Novartis: S. J. Mickel, I. Paterson, A. B. Smith, III) (2004 ). 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 3.3 Total synthesis. 3.4 Conclusion. Chapter 4. Azaspiracid - I ( K. C. Nicolaou, D. A. Evans) (2004, 2006, 2007 ). 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Nicolaou's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Stratrgy. 4.3 Nicolaou's Total Synthesis. 4.4 Evans' Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 4.5 Evans' Total Synthesis. 4.6 Conclusion. Chapter 5. Thiostrepton ( K. C. Nicolaou) (2004 ). 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 5.3 Total Synthesis. 5.4 Conclusion. Chapter 6. Pentacycloanammoxic Acid Methyl Ester ( E. J. Corey (2004, 2006 ). 6.1 Introduction. 6.2 First-Generation Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 6.3 First-Generation Total Synthesis. 6.4 Second-Generation Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 6.5 Second-Generation Total Synthesis. 6.6 Conclusion. Chapter 7. Littoralisone, Oseltamivir (Tamiflu(R)), and Hirsutellone B ( D. W. C. MacMillan, Y. Hayashi, K. C. Nicolaou ) (2005, 2009, 2009 ). 7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Introduction to Littoralisone. 7.3 Total Synthesis of Littoralisone. 7.4 Introduction to Oseltamivir (Tamiflu(R)). 7.5 Total Synthesis of Oseltamivir (Tamiflu(R)). 7.6 Introduction to Hirsutellone B. 7.7 Total Synthesis of Hirsutellone B. 7.8 Conclusion. Chapter 8. Rubicordifolin and Rubiocolin B ( D. Trauner) (2005, 2008 ). 8.1 Introduction. 8.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis of Rubicordifolin. 8.3 Total Synthesis of Rubicordifolin. 8.4 Retrosynthetic Analysis of Rubioncolin B. 8.5 Total Synthesis of Rubioncolin B. 8.6 Conclusion. Chapter 9. Cyanthiwigins U and F ( A. J. Phillips, B. M. Stoltz) (2005, 2008 ). 9.1 Introduction. 9.2 Phillips' Retrosynthesis Analysis and Strategy. 9.3 Phillips Total Synthesis. 9.4 Stoltz' Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 9.5 Stoltz' Total Synthesis. 9.6 Conclusion. Chapter 10. Stephacidin B ( A. G. Myers, P. S. Baran, R. M. Williams) (2005, 2005, 2007 ). 10.1 Introduction. 10.2 Myers' Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 10.3 Myers' Total Synthesis. 10.4 Baran's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 10.5 Baran's Total Synthesis. 10.6 Williams' Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 10.7 Williams' Total Synthesis. 10.8 Conclusion. Chapter 11. Abyssomicin C and atrop-Abyssomicin C ( E. J. Sorensen, K. C. Nicolaou) (2005, 2006 ). 11.1 Introduction. 11.2 Sorensen's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 11.3 Sorensen's Total Synthesis of Abyssomicin C. 11.4 Nicolaou's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 11.5 Nicolaou's Total Synthesis of Abyssomicin C and atrop-Abyssomicin C. 11.6 Conclusion. Chapter 12. Tetracycline ( A. G. Myers). (2005, 2007 ). 12.1 Introduction. 12.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 12.3 Total Synthesis. 12.4 Conclusion. Chapter 13. Bisanthraquinone Natural Products ( K.Nicolaou) (2005, 2009 ). 13.1 Introduction. 13.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy Toward 2,2' -epi-Cytoskyrin A, Rugulosin, and Rugulin, and Rugulin. 13.3 Total Synthesis of 2,2' -epi-Cytoskyrin A, Rugulosin, and Rugulin. 13.4 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy Toward Antibiotic BE-43472B. 13.5 Total Synthesis of Antibiotic BE-43472B. 13.6 Conclusion. Chapter 14. Garsubellin A ( M. Shibasaki, M. Kanai, S. J. Danishefsky) (2205, 2006 ). 14.1 Introduction. 14.2 Shibasaki and Kanai's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 14.3 Shibasaki and Kanai's Total Synthesis. 14.4 Danishefsky's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 14.5 Danishefsky's Total Synthesis. 14.6 Conclusion. Chapter 15. Welwitindolinone A ( P. S. Baran, J. L. Wood) (2005, 2006 ). 15.1 Introduction. 15.2 Baran's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 15.3 Baran's Total Synthesis. 15.4 Wood's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 15.5 Wood's Total Synthesis. 15.6 Conclusion. Chapter 16. Iejimalide B ( A. Furstner) (2006, 2007 ). 16.1 Introduction. 16.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 16.3 Total Synthesis. 16.4 Conclusion. Chapter 17. Kedarcidin Chromophore and Maduropeptin Chromophore ( A. G. Myers, M. Hirama, M. Inoue, I. Sato) (2007, 2009 ). 17.1 Introduction. 17.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy for Kedarcidin Chromophore. 17.3 Total Synthesis of Kedarcidin Chromophore. 17.4 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy for Maduropeptin Chromophore. 17.5 Total Synthesis of Maduropeptin Chromophore. 17.6 Conclusion. Chapter 18. Biyouranagin A ( K. C. Nicolaou) (2007 ). 18.1 Introduction. 18.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 18.3 Total Synthesis. 18.4 Conclusion. Chapter 19. Azadirachtin ( S. V. Ley) (2007, 2009 ). 19.1 Introduction. 19.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 19.3 Synthesis. 19.4 Conclusion. Chapter 20. Resveratro-Derived Natural Products ( S. A. Snyder, K. C. Nicolaou, D. Y.-K. Chen) (2007, 2009, 2010 ). 20.1 Introduction. 20.2 Snyder's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy for a Collection of Resveratrol-Derived Natural Products. 20.3 Snyder's Total Synthesis of a Collection of Resveratrol-Derived Natural Products. 20.4 Nicolaou and Chen's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy for Hopeahainol A and Hopeanol. 20.5 Nicolaou and Chen's Total Synthesis of Hopeahianol A and Hopeanol. 20.6 Conclusion. Chapter 21. Chlorosulfolipid Cytotoxin ( E. M. Carreira) (2009 ). 21.1 Introduction. 21.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 21.3 Total Synthesis. 21.4 Conclusion. Chapter 22. Sporolide B ( K. C. Nicolaou) (2009 ). 22.1 Inroduction. 22.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 22.3 Total Synthesis. 22.4 Conclusion. Chapter 23. 11, 11' -Dideoxyverticillin A and Chaetocin ( M. Movassaghi, M. Sodeoka) (2009, 2010 ). 23.1 Introduction. 23.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy for 11, 11' -Dideoxyverticillin A. 23.3 Total Synthesis of 11, 11' -Dideoxyverticillin A. 23.4 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy for Chaetocin. 23.5 Total Synthesis of Chaetocin. 23.6 Conclusion. Chapter 24. Vannusal B ( K. C. Nicolaou) (2009 ). 24.1 Introduction. 24.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 24.3 Total Synthesis. 24.4 Conclusion. Chapter 25. Haplophytine ( T. Fukuyama, H. Tokuyama, K. C. Nicolaou, D.Y. -K. Chen) (2009, 2009 ). 25.1 Introduction. 25.2 Fukuyama and Tokuyama's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 25.3 Fukuyama and Tokuyama's Total Synthetis. 25.4 Nicolaou and Chen's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 25.5 Nicolaou and Chen's Total Synthesis. 25.6 Conclusion. Chapter 26. Palau'amine ( P. S. Baran) (2010 ). 26.1 Introduction. 26.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 26.3 Total Synthesis. 26.4 Conclusion. Image / Photo Credits. Author Index. Subject Index.

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  • Chapter 1. Introduction: The Advancing Field of Total Synthesis . 1.1 Targets. 1.2 Strategies and Methods. 1.3 Classics in Total Synthesis III. Chapter 2. Tetrodotoxin ( Y. Kishi, J. Du Bois) (1972
  • 2003 ). 2.1 Introduction. 2.2 Kishi's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 2.3 Kishi's Totla Synthesis. 2.4 Du Bois' Retrosynthetic Anaysis and Strategy. 2.5 Du Bois' Total Synthesis. 2.6 Conclusion. Chapter 3. Discodermolide ( Novartis: S. J. Mickel, I. Paterson, A. B. Smith, III) (2004 ). 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 3.3 Total synthesis. 3.4 Conclusion. Chapter 4. Azaspiracid - I ( K. C. Nicolaou, D. A. Evans) (2004, 2006, 2007 ). 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Nicolaou's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Stratrgy. 4.3 Nicolaou's Total Synthesis. 4.4 Evans' Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 4.5 Evans' Total Synthesis. 4.6 Conclusion. Chapter 5. Thiostrepton ( K. C. Nicolaou) (2004 ). 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 5.3 Total Synthesis. 5.4 Conclusion. Chapter 6. Pentacycloanammoxic Acid Methyl Ester ( E. J. Corey (2004, 2006 ). 6.1 Introduction. 6.2 First-Generation Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 6.3 First-Generation Total Synthesis. 6.4 Second-Generation Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 6.5 Second-Generation Total Synthesis. 6.6 Conclusion. Chapter 7. Littoralisone, Oseltamivir (Tamiflu(R)), and Hirsutellone B ( D. W. C. MacMillan, Y. Hayashi, K. C. Nicolaou ) (2005, 2009, 2009 ). 7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Introduction to Littoralisone. 7.3 Total Synthesis of Littoralisone. 7.4 Introduction to Oseltamivir (Tamiflu(R)). 7.5 Total Synthesis of Oseltamivir (Tamiflu(R)). 7.6 Introduction to Hirsutellone B. 7.7 Total Synthesis of Hirsutellone B. 7.8 Conclusion. Chapter 8. Rubicordifolin and Rubiocolin B ( D. Trauner) (2005, 2008 ). 8.1 Introduction. 8.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis of Rubicordifolin. 8.3 Total Synthesis of Rubicordifolin. 8.4 Retrosynthetic Analysis of Rubioncolin B. 8.5 Total Synthesis of Rubioncolin B. 8.6 Conclusion. Chapter 9. Cyanthiwigins U and F ( A. J. Phillips, B. M. Stoltz) (2005, 2008 ). 9.1 Introduction. 9.2 Phillips' Retrosynthesis Analysis and Strategy. 9.3 Phillips Total Synthesis. 9.4 Stoltz' Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 9.5 Stoltz' Total Synthesis. 9.6 Conclusion. Chapter 10. Stephacidin B ( A. G. Myers, P. S. Baran, R. M. Williams) (2005, 2005, 2007 ). 10.1 Introduction. 10.2 Myers' Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 10.3 Myers' Total Synthesis. 10.4 Baran's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 10.5 Baran's Total Synthesis. 10.6 Williams' Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 10.7 Williams' Total Synthesis. 10.8 Conclusion. Chapter 11. Abyssomicin C and atrop-Abyssomicin C ( E. J. Sorensen, K. C. Nicolaou) (2005, 2006 ). 11.1 Introduction. 11.2 Sorensen's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 11.3 Sorensen's Total Synthesis of Abyssomicin C. 11.4 Nicolaou's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 11.5 Nicolaou's Total Synthesis of Abyssomicin C and atrop-Abyssomicin C. 11.6 Conclusion. Chapter 12. Tetracycline ( A. G. Myers). (2005, 2007 ). 12.1 Introduction. 12.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 12.3 Total Synthesis. 12.4 Conclusion. Chapter 13. Bisanthraquinone Natural Products ( K.Nicolaou) (2005, 2009 ). 13.1 Introduction. 13.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy Toward 2,2' -epi-Cytoskyrin A, Rugulosin, and Rugulin, and Rugulin. 13.3 Total Synthesis of 2,2' -epi-Cytoskyrin A, Rugulosin, and Rugulin. 13.4 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy Toward Antibiotic BE-43472B. 13.5 Total Synthesis of Antibiotic BE-43472B. 13.6 Conclusion. Chapter 14. Garsubellin A ( M. Shibasaki, M. Kanai, S. J. Danishefsky) (2205, 2006 ). 14.1 Introduction. 14.2 Shibasaki and Kanai's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 14.3 Shibasaki and Kanai's Total Synthesis. 14.4 Danishefsky's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 14.5 Danishefsky's Total Synthesis. 14.6 Conclusion. Chapter 15. Welwitindolinone A ( P. S. Baran, J. L. Wood) (2005, 2006 ). 15.1 Introduction. 15.2 Baran's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 15.3 Baran's Total Synthesis. 15.4 Wood's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 15.5 Wood's Total Synthesis. 15.6 Conclusion. Chapter 16. Iejimalide B ( A. Furstner) (2006, 2007 ). 16.1 Introduction. 16.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 16.3 Total Synthesis. 16.4 Conclusion. Chapter 17. Kedarcidin Chromophore and Maduropeptin Chromophore ( A. G. Myers, M. Hirama, M. Inoue, I. Sato) (2007, 2009 ). 17.1 Introduction. 17.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy for Kedarcidin Chromophore. 17.3 Total Synthesis of Kedarcidin Chromophore. 17.4 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy for Maduropeptin Chromophore. 17.5 Total Synthesis of Maduropeptin Chromophore. 17.6 Conclusion. Chapter 18. Biyouranagin A ( K. C. Nicolaou) (2007 ). 18.1 Introduction. 18.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 18.3 Total Synthesis. 18.4 Conclusion. Chapter 19. Azadirachtin ( S. V. Ley) (2007, 2009 ). 19.1 Introduction. 19.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 19.3 Synthesis. 19.4 Conclusion. Chapter 20. Resveratro-Derived Natural Products ( S. A. Snyder, K. C. Nicolaou, D. Y.-K. Chen) (2007, 2009, 2010 ). 20.1 Introduction. 20.2 Snyder's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy for a Collection of Resveratrol-Derived Natural Products. 20.3 Snyder's Total Synthesis of a Collection of Resveratrol-Derived Natural Products. 20.4 Nicolaou and Chen's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy for Hopeahainol A and Hopeanol. 20.5 Nicolaou and Chen's Total Synthesis of Hopeahianol A and Hopeanol. 20.6 Conclusion. Chapter 21. Chlorosulfolipid Cytotoxin ( E. M. Carreira) (2009 ). 21.1 Introduction. 21.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 21.3 Total Synthesis. 21.4 Conclusion. Chapter 22. Sporolide B ( K. C. Nicolaou) (2009 ). 22.1 Inroduction. 22.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 22.3 Total Synthesis. 22.4 Conclusion. Chapter 23. 11, 11' -Dideoxyverticillin A and Chaetocin ( M. Movassaghi, M. Sodeoka) (2009, 2010 ). 23.1 Introduction. 23.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy for 11, 11' -Dideoxyverticillin A. 23.3 Total Synthesis of 11, 11' -Dideoxyverticillin A. 23.4 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy for Chaetocin. 23.5 Total Synthesis of Chaetocin. 23.6 Conclusion. Chapter 24. Vannusal B ( K. C. Nicolaou) (2009 ). 24.1 Introduction. 24.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 24.3 Total Synthesis. 24.4 Conclusion. Chapter 25. Haplophytine ( T. Fukuyama, H. Tokuyama, K. C. Nicolaou, D.Y. -K. Chen) (2009, 2009 ). 25.1 Introduction. 25.2 Fukuyama and Tokuyama's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 25.3 Fukuyama and Tokuyama's Total Synthetis. 25.4 Nicolaou and Chen's Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 25.5 Nicolaou and Chen's Total Synthesis. 25.6 Conclusion. Chapter 26. Palau'amine ( P. S. Baran) (2010 ). 26.1 Introduction. 26.2 Retrosynthetic Analysis and Strategy. 26.3 Total Synthesis. 26.4 Conclusion. Image / Photo Credits. Author Index. Subject Index.

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  • Introduction Isochrysohermidin (Boger) Swinholide A (Paterson) Dynemicin A (Myers) Ecteinascidin 743 (Corey) Resiniferatoxin (Wender) Epothilone A (Nicolaou) Manzamine A (Winkler/Martin) Vancomycin (Nicolaou/Evans) Everninomicin 13,384-1 (Nicolaou) Bisorbicillinoids (Nicolaou) Aspidophytine (Corey) CP-Molecules (Nicolaou) Colombiasin A (Nicolaou) Quinine (Stork) Longithorone A (Shair) FR-182877 (Sorensen) Vinblastine (Fukuyama) Quarigemine C and Psycholeine (Overman) Diazonamide A (Nicolaou) Plicamine (Ley)

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  • Constructing the molecules of nature
  • strychnine
  • penicillin
  • reserpine
  • prostaglandin F2a and E2
  • progesterone
  • carpanone
  • Vitamin B12
  • prostaglandin A2 and F2a
  • estrone
  • erythronolide B
  • monensin
  • periplanone B
  • isocomene
  • monensin
  • thienamycin
  • endiandric acids
  • biotin
  • L-hexoses
  • asteltoxin
  • periplanone B
  • menthol
  • amphoteronolide B and amphotericin B
  • ginkgolide B
  • methyl homosecodaphniphllate
  • indolizomycin
  • cytovaricin
  • gilvocarcin M and V
  • rapamycin
  • paeoniflorigenin and paeoniflorin
  • strychnine
  • taxol
  • zaragozic acid A / squalestatin S1
  • palytoxin
  • brevetoxin B. (Part contents).

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書名 Classics in total synthesis : targets, strategies, methods
著作者等 Snyder, Scott A
Corey, E. J
Nicolaou, K. C.
Sorensen, E. J.
Chen Jason S.
Snyder S.A.
Sorenson E.
Chen J. S.
書名別名 Classics in total synthesis III : further targets, strategies, methods

Classics in total synthesis II : more targets, strategies, methods
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出版元 VCH
刊行年月 c1996-
ページ数 3 v.
大きさ 26 cm
ISBN 3527306846
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9783527329571
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