Aspirination of α-Aminoalcohol (Sarpogrelate M1)
AbstractAspirination of α-aminoalcohol (sarpogrelate M1) has been performed under various general esterification conditions. In most cases, the desired aspirinate ester was obtained at a low yield with unexpected byproducts, the formation of which was mostly derived from the chemical properties of the tertiary α-amino group. After systematic analysis of those methods, the aspirinated sarpogrelate M1 was prepared using a two-step approach combining salicylate ester formation and acetylation. View Full-Text
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Park, S.; Lee, J.; Shin, K.J.; Seo, J.H. Aspirination of α-Aminoalcohol (Sarpogrelate M1). Molecules 2016, 21, 1126.
Park S, Lee J, Shin KJ, Seo JH. Aspirination of α-Aminoalcohol (Sarpogrelate M1). Molecules. 2016; 21(9):1126.Chicago/Turabian Style
Park, Sunhwa; Lee, Jiyun; Shin, Kye J.; Seo, Jae H. 2016. "Aspirination of α-Aminoalcohol (Sarpogrelate M1)." Molecules 21, no. 9: 1126.
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