Synthesis and Modifications of Phosphinic Dipeptide Analogues
AbstractPseudopeptides containing the phosphinate moiety (-P(O)(OH)CH2-) have been studied extensively, mainly as transition state analogue inhibitors of metalloproteases. The key synthetic aspect of their chemistry is construction of phosphinic dipeptide derivatives bearing appropriate side-chain substituents. Typically, this synthesis involves a multistep preparation of two individual building blocks, which are combined in the final step. As this methodology does not allow simple variation of the side-chain structure, many efforts have been dedicated to the development of alternative approaches. Recent achievements in this field are summarized in this review. Improved methods for the formation of the phosphinic peptide backbone, including stereoselective and multicomponent reactions, are presented. Parallel modifications leading to the structurally diversified substituents are also described. Finally, selected examples of the biomedical applications of the title compounds are given. View Full-Text
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Mucha, A. Synthesis and Modifications of Phosphinic Dipeptide Analogues. Molecules 2012, 17, 13530-13568.
Mucha A. Synthesis and Modifications of Phosphinic Dipeptide Analogues. Molecules. 2012; 17(11):13530-13568.Chicago/Turabian Style
Mucha, Artur. 2012. "Synthesis and Modifications of Phosphinic Dipeptide Analogues." Molecules 17, no. 11: 13530-13568.