Glycoside Mimics from Glycosylamines: Recent Progress
AbstractGlycosylamines are valuable sugar derivatives that have attracted much attention as synthetic intermediates en route to iminosugar-C-glycosyl compounds. Iminosugars are among the most important glycomimetics reported to date due to their powerful activities as inhibitors of a wide variety of glycosidases and glycosyltransferases, as well as for their use as pharmacological chaperones. As they provide ready access to these important glycoside mimics, we have reviewed the most significant glycosylamine-based methodologies developed to date, with a special emphasis on the literature reported after 2006. The groups of substrates covered include N-alkyl- and N-benzyl-glycosylamines, N-glycosylhydroxylamines, N-(alkoxycarbonyl)-, and N-tert-butanesulfinyl-glycosylamines. View Full-Text
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Nicolas, C.; Martin, O.R. Glycoside Mimics from Glycosylamines: Recent Progress. Molecules 2018, 23, 1612.
Nicolas C, Martin OR. Glycoside Mimics from Glycosylamines: Recent Progress. Molecules. 2018; 23(7):1612.Chicago/Turabian Style
Nicolas, Cyril; Martin, Olivier R. 2018. "Glycoside Mimics from Glycosylamines: Recent Progress." Molecules 23, no. 7: 1612.
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