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By Beat Ernst, Gerald W. Hart, Pierre Sina?

Carbohydrate Chemistry and Glycobiology have witnessed a quick enlargement over the last few years with the improvement of various new, imaginitive and effective syntheses which supply extra perception into buildings and organic interactions of glycoconjugates. Glycosylation reactions are regular within the synthesis of prescription drugs and bio-active compounds. In biology and medication oligosaccharides play a crucial function in immuno-stimulation, melanoma or allergic responses. Glycoscience is a truly instructive instance of the way one universal subject of curiosity stimulates either chemistry and biology to jointly open clinical frontiers. This synergy is made seen during this paintings. 3 major specialists within the fields of Glycochemistry and Glycobiology have invited a number of popular authors to supply a finished evaluate of the new advances and findings in Glycoscience. This four-volume guide offers an built-in and state-of-the-art view, and covers all chemical facets, comparable to syntheses and research of carbohydrates and oligosaccharides, in addition to the organic function and task of oligosaccharides and carbohydrate/protein interactions.

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3 Solid-Phase Chemistry The advantage of solid-phase reactions is the quick and simple workup process. Because only the growing molecule is attached on the support, other reagents used can be washed away by simple filtration. Higher reaction yields can generally be achieved by use of excess amounts of reagents. Furthermore, because of the simplicity of the process, it can be automated, allowing non-specialists to synthesize oligosaccharides. There are basically two methods employed for solid-phase oligosaccharide synthesis.

2 5 6 1 Synthetic Methodologies be said to be in an orthogonal relationship. The use of the concept is described well in Wong’s work. As a representative set of orthogonal hydroxy protecting groups in carbohydrate chemistry, one combination of protecting groups and corresponding orthogonal deprotection conditions to have been used successfully [58] is A: chloroacetyl (a: NaHCO3/MeOH/H2O), B: methoxybenzyl (b: TFA/CH2Cl2), C: levulinyl (c: NH2NH2/AcOH/THF/MeOH), and D: TBDPS (d: HF/Pyr/AcOH/ THF).

The former format can be further divided into two subclasses: one in which synthesis starts from the reducing end (A), which has classically been used, and another in which synthesis starts from the non-reducing end (C). Format A has traditionally been used in oligosaccharide synthesis as it was difficult to transform anomeric protecting groups into the leaving groups required for the C format. The recent development of new anomeric protecting groups and some substituent groups that can be directly used as the leaving groups, however, have enabled the alternative format (C) to be used.

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