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Synthesis of macrocyclic conjugated ψ-disacharides via nitrile oxide cycloaddition: Alkenyl chain length controlled unprecedented formation of di-oxa heterocycles from monosaccharides

Synthesis of macrocyclic conjugated ψ-disacharides via nitrile oxide cycloaddition: Alkenyl chain length controlled unprecedented formation of di-oxa heterocycles from monosaccharides
Various symmetrical and unsymmetrical isoxazoline embodied chiral macroheterocycles were synthesized from carbohydrate derived oximes. Our result shows that the mode of cycloaddition is dependent on the length and tether present in alkenyl chain of sugar moiety. Thus in some cases inter- and intramolecular cycloaddition of nitrile oxide were observed with high selectivity. The cycloadducts contains two sugar units linked via macrocycles thus they are considered as pseudo-disacharides. The stereochemistry of the newly formed chiral centers was established by 2D-NMR techniques and X-ray crystallographic studies.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0040402017304271

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