The asymmetric oxidation of some enones (Table 1), selected dienones 3–5, and a trienone 13 is accomplished using poly-L-leucine or poly-D-leucine and urea hydrogen peroxide under non-aqueous conditions. One of the resultant epoxy ketones 6 has been converted into the δ-lactones 19 and 22.
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Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 1
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