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Preparation of L- and D-3-phenyllactic acids and some of their derivatives

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Conclusions

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    Two methods were developed for the preparation of the optically active 3-phenyllactic acids: resolution of racemic 3-phenyllactic acid, and the conversion of L-phenylalanine into L-3 phenyllactic acid.

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    A number of derivatives of L- and D-3-phenyllactic acids were prepared which can serve as intermediaries in the synthesis of depsipeptides containing optically active 3-phenyllactic acid residues.

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Shchukina, L.A., Gromova, G.F. & Ravdel', G.A. Preparation of L- and D-3-phenyllactic acids and some of their derivatives. Russ Chem Bull 15, 486–489 (1966). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00846110

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  • Depsipeptides