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Recent developments in the asymmetric organocatalytic Morita−Baylis−Hillman reaction

Recent developments in the asymmetric organocatalytic Morita−Baylis−Hillman reaction
The goal of this review is to collect the recent developments in asymmetric organocatalytic (aza)-Morita−Baylis−Hillman reactions reported since the beginning of 2013. It also includes the asymmetric organocatalysed transformations of racemic (aza)-Morita−Baylis−Hillman adducts, illustrating that they constitute synthetically important synthons in organic chemistry. It is divided into four sections, dealing successively with organocatalytic enantioselective Morita−Baylis−Hillman reactions, organocatalytic enantioselective aza-Morita−Baylis−Hillman reactions, asymmetric (aza)-Morita−Baylis−Hillman reactions of chiral substrates and asymmetric organocatalysed applications of Morita−Baylis−Hillman adducts.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0040402017303800

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