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“…10) is not an available material. We synthesized L-ribose from Larabinose by a known procedure (Chang et al 2005;Moyroud and Strazewski 1999) and combined it with commercial D-ribose to form the racemate. We then determined whether DL-ribose would form a stable racemic crystal with a higher melting point and lower solubility than was true for D-ribose alone (Breslow and Cheng 2009).…”
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“…10) is not an available material. We synthesized L-ribose from Larabinose by a known procedure (Chang et al 2005;Moyroud and Strazewski 1999) and combined it with commercial D-ribose to form the racemate. We then determined whether DL-ribose would form a stable racemic crystal with a higher melting point and lower solubility than was true for D-ribose alone (Breslow and Cheng 2009).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…L-Ribose, L-uridine, L-adenosine, L-cytidine, and L-guanosine were prepared according to literature methods, and their spectroscopic data were identical with those reported (Chang et al 2005;Moyroud and Strazewski 1999). 1:1 Mixtures of the D and L components were dissolved in ethanol, and the DL crystals were collected after partial evaporation of solvent.…”
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“…3). We prepared the DL ribonucleosides by using the commercial D ribonucleosides and the L ribonucleosides that we synthesized (16,17) from L-ribose, prepared by a known procedure (16) from L-arabinose. We crystallized both the DL mixture and the pure D commercial sample from ethanol and dried them in vacuo with heating.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…L-Ribose, L-uridine, L-adenosine, L-cytidine, and L-guanosine were prepared according to literature methods, and their spectroscopic data were identical with those reported (16,17). At a ratio of 1:1, mixtures of the D and L components were dissolved in ethanol, and the DL crystals were collected after partial evaporation of solvent.…”
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“…The dihydropyranylation of nitrogen‐based functional groups in SPPS has not been extensively studied. The reversible binding of purines and benzimidazoles through one of the nitrogen atoms of imidazole has been reported, as well as through the indolic nitrogen, for the synthesis of 2,3‐disubstituted indoles . Additionally, Cheng and Hii reported the solution‐phase synthesis of α‐alkylaminotetrahydrofurans, as well as α‐alkylamino‐ and α‐arylaminotetrahydropyrans under neutral pH conditions by a hydroamination reaction catalyzed by palladium thiocyanate complexes.…”
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