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1948 14
1949 5
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1952 23
1953 84
1954 124
1955 109
1956 111
1957 78
1958 114
1959 333
1960 660
1961 687
1962 567
1963 9
1964 14
1965 4
1966 35
1967 139
1968 215
1969 233
1970 254
1971 291
1972 354
1973 286
1974 495
1975 694
1976 691
1977 780
1978 700
1979 853
1980 778
1981 881
1982 898
1983 944
1984 1192
1985 1176
1986 1271
1987 1166
1988 1071
1989 1177
1990 1836
1991 2772
1992 2972
1993 3082
1994 3554
1995 3601
1996 3753
1997 3499
1998 3754
1999 3983
2000 5017
2001 5725
2002 5686
2003 6773
2004 7795
2005 8527
2006 8953
2007 9652
2008 9890
2009 10281
2010 11203
2011 12431
2012 13707
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2015 15375
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2018 14411
2019 9040
2020 229
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Regenerative Glycosylation
Singh Y, et al. J Org Chem 2018. PMID 29227649 Free PMC article.
Methods for 2-Deoxyglycoside Synthesis
Bennett CS and Galan MC. Chem Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 29953219 Free PMC article.
This Review covers classical approaches to deoxyglycoside synthesis, as well as more recently developed chemistry that aims to control the selectivity of the reaction through rational design of the promoter. Where relevant, the application of this chemistry to natural product synthesis will also be described....
This Review covers classical approaches to deoxyglycoside synthesis, as well as more recently developed chemistry that aims to contro …
"One-Pot" Protection, Glycosylation, and Protection-Glycosylation Strategies of Carbohydrates.
Kulkarni SS, et al. Chem Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 29870239
Carbohydrates, which are ubiquitously distributed throughout the three domains of life, play significant roles in a variety of vital biological processes. Access to unique and homogeneous carbohydrate materials is important to understand their physical properties, biological functions, and disease-related features. ...
Carbohydrates, which are ubiquitously distributed throughout the three domains of life, play significant roles in a variety of vital
Synthesis of O-Amino Sugars and Nucleosides
Chen N and Xie J. Molecules 2018 - Review. PMID 29534554 Free PMC article.
Nucleic acids and carbohydrates are essential biomolecules involved in numerous biological and pathological processes. Development of multifunctional building blocks based on nucleosides and sugars is in high demand for the generation of novel oligonucleotide mimics and glycoconjugates for biomedical applications. ...Various biological applications have been reported for O-amino carbohydrate- and nucleoside-derived compounds. Here, we report our efforts in the design and synthesis of glyco-, glycosyl, nucleoside- and nucleo-aminooxy acid derivatives from readily available sugars and amino acids, and their use for the generation of N-oxyamide-linked oligosaccharides, glycopeptides, glycolipids, oligonucleosides and nucleopeptides as novel glycoconjugates or oligonucleotide mimics. ...
Nucleic acids and carbohydrates are essential biomolecules involved in numerous biological and pathological processes. Development of …
Carbohydrates. Preface.
Horton D. Adv Carbohydr Chem Biochem 2012. PMID 22794186
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