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Synthesis of vinylic iodides for incorporation into the C17-C27 fragment of bryostatins

Synthesis of vinylic iodides for incorporation into the C17-C27 fragment of bryostatins
Vinylic iodides were identified as useful intermediates for the synthesis of the C17-C27 fragment of the bryostatins with control of the geometry of the exocyclic methoxycarbonylmethylene group. Following literature precedent, the Piers (E)-stereoselective addition of tributyltin hydride to an alkynoate followed by ester reduction and tin-iodine exchange gave vinylic iodides that could be used to form the C20-C21 bond of the bryostatins. Chelation controlled addition of lithiated 3-silyloxypropynes to 2-alkoxyaldehydes followed by reductive iodination was used to prepare vinylic iodides that could be used in the complementary assembly of the C21-C22 bond of the bryostatins. Initial studies of the synthesis of intermediates for metathesis studies using metal catalysed reactions of a vinylic iodide for C21-C22 bond formation were complicated by cyclisation reactions.

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DOI: S0040402017304386

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