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Issue 17, 2016
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Carbohydrates as enantioinduction components in stereoselective catalysis

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Abstract

Carbohydrate derivatives are readily available chiral molecules, yet they are infrequently employed as enantioinduction components in stereoselective catalysis. In this review, synthetic approaches to carbohydrate-based ligands and catalysts are outlined, along with example applications in enantioselective catalysis. A wide range of carbohydrate-based functionality is covered, and key trends and future opportunities are identified.

Graphical abstract: Carbohydrates as enantioinduction components in stereoselective catalysis

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Submitted
16 Feb 2016
Accepted
31 Mar 2016
First published
31 Mar 2016

This article is Open Access

Org. Biomol. Chem., 2016,14, 4008-4017
Article type
Review Article
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Carbohydrates as enantioinduction components in stereoselective catalysis

A. S. Henderson, J. F. Bower and M. C. Galan, Org. Biomol. Chem., 2016, 14, 4008
DOI: 10.1039/C6OB00368K

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