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The enantioselective synthesis of marmelo oxide a and marmelo oxide b and the assignment of the absolute configurations of marmelo oxides


, : The enantioselective synthesis of marmelo oxide a and marmelo oxide b and the assignment of the absolute configurations of marmelo oxides. Agricultural & Biological Chemistry 48(5): 1217-1222

(+)-Marmelo oxide A and (-)-marmelo oxide B were stereoselectively synthesized from D-glutamic acid via (-)-marmelo lactones A and B. The absolute configurations of marmleo oxides were determined to be the (+)-oxide A having the (2R, 4R) and (+)-oxide B having (2S, 4R) configurations.

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