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Fluorous Supported Synthesis of Teichoic Acid Fragments

Oligonucleotides, proteins, peptides, and carbohydrates are the best known biopolymers and one doesn’t have to explain how important each is to a number of biological functions.  The synthesis of these materials, or segments of them, are important in order to … Continue reading

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New Fluorous Protecting Group for Carbohydrate Synthesis

Protecting group chemistry is of vital importance in synthetic chemistry to ensure that reactions occur where and when you want during a synthesis.  The more functionality a target molecules has, the more protecting groups are needed.  The more protecting groups … Continue reading

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