Special Issue "Stereogenic Centers"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 July 2018)
The importance of having access to chiral molecules is a well-known fact for the scientific community. This is due to the fact that most of the biological activity that some molecules possess is associated to one of the all-possible enantiomers, which can interact differentially with chiral recognition entities, triggering distinct biochemical responses.
It is not surprising then that different methodologies have been developed in the last century, within the frame of so-called asymmetric synthesis, in order to tackle the challenging task of constructing such chiral compounds, as most of these strategies are based on the construction of stereogenic centers starting from racemic and/or pro-chiral compounds.
Thus, the aim of this Special Issue is to gather recent developments in the establishment of stereogenic centers in organic molecules. Therefore, asymmetric synthesis, kinetic resolutions, asymmetric catalysis (metal-, organo- and biocatalysis), among other strategies, as well as studies that help in the understanding of the mechanism behind these processes will be covered in this Special Issue.Dr. Alejandro Baeza Carratalá
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- Stereogenic Centers
- Asymmetric Synthesis
- Asymmetric Catalysis