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									          Modulating Glycosylation Approach for Participating Thioglycosyl Donors


                                    Mong, Kwok-Kong Tony;* Lin, Yu Hsien


               National Chiao-Tung University, Ta Hsueh Rd, Hsinchu City, 30010, Taiwan, R.O.C.
                                         e-mail: tmong@mail.nctu.edu.tw


     Recently DMF-modulating glycosylation method has been developed for
non-participating glycosyl donors. This method employs the nucleophilic property of
DMF to entrap glycosyl oxacarbenium ion as glycosyl imidate.[1] Along this line, it is
a reasonable projection to apply such modulation concept for glycosyl donors bearing
participating function at C2. This work hypothesizes that activation of participating
glycosyl donor would generate a glycosyl dioxalenium ion through NPG effect. As the
dioxalenium ion is electrophilic and the -face of which is blocked by the
dioxalenium function, it should react with the DMF to produce either -glycosyl
imidate or imidoyl orthoester (see Figure). Given the dioxalenium ion and/or imidoyl
orthoester is more than the -glycosyl imidate and thus it reacted an acceptor to
furnish 1,2-transglycosylation product. Further NMR studies detect for the first time
the -glycosyl imidate. In the symposium, the latest development of the DMF
modulating glycosylation is updated including the application of the modulating
glycosylation for iterative 1,2-trans -glycosidic bond formation, NMR
detection/characterization of -glycosyl imidate, and synthesis of -mannan using
the present glycosylation method.[2]




[1] Lu, S.-R.; Lai, Y.-H.; Chen, J.-H.; Liu, C.-Y.; Mong, K.-K. T. Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. 2011, 50, 7315–7320.
[2] Lin, Yu Hsien; Mong, K.-K. T. manuscript in preparation

								
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