Studies in Natural Products Chemistry: Stereoselective Synthesis (Part J)

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Elsevier, Aug 10, 1995 - Science - 772 pages
Studies in Natural Products Chemistry
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Total synthesis of the microbial antitumor antibiotics actinobolin and bactolin
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Chapter 2 Total Synthesis of Crystalline Fredericamycin A
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Chapter 3 Stereoselective synthesis and transformation of siastatin B a novel glycosidase inhibitor directed toward new drugs for viral infection and t...
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Chapter 4 The use of cyclic monoterpenoids as enantiopure starting materials in natural product synthesis
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Chapter 5 Progress in the synthesis of iridoids and related natural products
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Chapter 6 Stereoselective synthesis of brassinosteroids
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Chapter 7 Organopalladium approaches to prostaglandins
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Chapter 8 Transition metal organometallic methods for the synthesis of amino acids
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Chapter 10 Recent progress in the synthesis of piperidine and indolizidine alkaloids
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Chapter 11 Recent developments on the synthesis of aporphine alkaloids
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Stereoselective syntheses of neolignans pterocarpans and several naturally occurring 2aryl23dihydrobenzofuran systems
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Chapter 13 Biogenesislike transformation of 4substituted phenols by photooxygenation
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Chapter 14 Furan in the synthesis of natural products
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Chapter 15 Enantiomerically pure γbutyrolactones in natural products synthesis
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Synthesis and application in asymmetric synthesis
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Subject index
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Chapter 9 Palladiummediated synthesis of alkaloids
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About the author (1995)

Atta-ur-Rahman, Professor Emeritus, International Center for Chemical and Biological Sciences (H. E. J. Research Institute of Chemistry and Dr. Panjwani Center for Molecular Medicine and Drug Research), University of Karachi, Pakistan, was the Pakistan Federal Minister for Science and Technology (2000-2002), Federal Minister of Education (2002), and Chairman of the Higher Education Commission with the status of a Federal Minister from 2002-2008. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of London (FRS) and an UNESCO Science Laureate. He is a leading scientist with more than 930 publications in several fields of organic chemistry.

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