Synthetic Study of Natural Products Via Three-Membered Heterocycles

  • Tetsuji Kametani
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Abstract

The outstanding characteristic of the three-membered hetero rings is their high reactivity to a wide variety of reagents because of the favorable release of strain energy involved. For this reason, these heterocycles may be converted to a wide variety of functiona-lized compounds by nucleophilic or electrophilic ring openings. In this symposium, I will mention syntheses of alkaloids, terpenes and β-lactam antibiotics, in which the reaction of a tentatively formed or an easily available three-membered heterocycles becomes the key step in a formation of the basic skeleton of natural products.

Keywords

Sodium Borohydride Total Synthesis Rose Bengal Raney Nickel Isoquinoline Alkaloid 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Tetsuji Kametani
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  1. 1.Institute of Medicinal ChemistryHoshi UniversityShinagawa-ku, Tokyo 142Japan

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