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One-pot construction of carbohydrate scaffolds mediated by metal catalysts

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Abstract

Owing to the environmental concern worldwide and also due to cost, time and labour issues, use of one-pot reactions [domino/cascade/tandem/multi-component (MC) or sequential] has gained much attention among the scientific and industrial communities for the generation of compound libraries having different scaffolds. Inclusion of sugars in such compounds is expected to increase the pharmacological efficacy because of the possibility of better interactions with the receptors of such unnatural glycoconjugates. In many of the one-pot transformations, the presence of a metal salt/complex can improve the reaction/change the course of reaction with remarkable increase in chemo-/regio-/stereo-selectivity. On the other hand because of the importance of natural polymeric glycoconjugates in life processes, the development and efficient synthesis of related oligosaccharides, particularly utilising one-pot MC-glycosylation techniques are necessary. The present review is an endeavour to discuss one-pot transformations involving carbohydrates catalysed by a metal salt/complex.

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Submitted
18 Jun 2020
Accepted
04 Aug 2020
First published
02 Sep 2020

This article is Open Access

RSC Adv., 2020,10, 32450-32475
Article type
Review Article

One-pot construction of carbohydrate scaffolds mediated by metal catalysts

M. M. Mukherjee, S. K. Maity and R. Ghosh, RSC Adv., 2020, 10, 32450
DOI: 10.1039/D0RA05355D

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