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Heterocycles as moderators of allyl cation cycloaddition reactivity

Jan Hullaert (UGent) , Bram Denoo (UGent) , Mien Christiaens (UGent) , Brenda Callebaut (UGent) and Johan Winne (UGent)
(2017) SYNLETT. 28(18). p.2345-2352
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For the rapid elaboration of polycarbocyclic scaffolds, prevalent in many important families of terpenoid natural products, allyl cations derived from simple heterocyclic alcohols can be used as versatile reaction partners in both (4+3) and (3+2) cycloaddition pathways. Our recent progress in this area is outlined, pointing towards the untapped potential of heterocycles to act as reagents in novel or known but challenging organic transformations.
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heterocycles, dithiins, furans, carbocations, cycloaddition, natural products, carbocycles, fused-ring systems, INTRAMOLECULAR 4+3 CYCLOADDITIONS, BIOSYNTHESIS SPECULATION, VINYLTHIONIUM IONS, CONJUGATED DIENES, CYCLIZATION, ANNULATION, STRATEGY, CHEMISTRY, INTERMEDIATE, PLUMARELLIDE

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Hullaert, Jan et al. “Heterocycles as Moderators of Allyl Cation Cycloaddition Reactivity.” SYNLETT 28.18 (2017): 2345–2352. Print.
APA
Hullaert, J., Denoo, B., Christiaens, M., Callebaut, B., & Winne, J. (2017). Heterocycles as moderators of allyl cation cycloaddition reactivity. SYNLETT, 28(18), 2345–2352.
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Hullaert, Jan, Bram Denoo, Mien Christiaens, Brenda Callebaut, and Johan Winne. 2017. “Heterocycles as Moderators of Allyl Cation Cycloaddition Reactivity.” Synlett 28 (18): 2345–2352.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Hullaert, Jan, Bram Denoo, Mien Christiaens, Brenda Callebaut, and Johan Winne. 2017. “Heterocycles as Moderators of Allyl Cation Cycloaddition Reactivity.” Synlett 28 (18): 2345–2352.
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Hullaert J, Denoo B, Christiaens M, Callebaut B, Winne J. Heterocycles as moderators of allyl cation cycloaddition reactivity. SYNLETT. 2017;28(18):2345–52.
IEEE
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J. Hullaert, B. Denoo, M. Christiaens, B. Callebaut, and J. Winne, “Heterocycles as moderators of allyl cation cycloaddition reactivity,” SYNLETT, vol. 28, no. 18, pp. 2345–2352, 2017.
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  abstract     = {For the rapid elaboration of polycarbocyclic scaffolds, prevalent in many important families of terpenoid natural products, allyl cations derived from simple heterocyclic alcohols can be used as versatile reaction partners in both (4+3) and (3+2) cycloaddition pathways. Our recent progress in this area is outlined, pointing towards the untapped potential of heterocycles to act as reagents in novel or known but challenging organic transformations.},
  author       = {Hullaert, Jan and Denoo, Bram and Christiaens, Mien and Callebaut, Brenda and Winne, Johan},
  issn         = {0936-5214},
  journal      = {SYNLETT},
  keywords     = {heterocycles,dithiins,furans,carbocations,cycloaddition,natural products,carbocycles,fused-ring systems,INTRAMOLECULAR 4+3 CYCLOADDITIONS,BIOSYNTHESIS SPECULATION,VINYLTHIONIUM IONS,CONJUGATED DIENES,CYCLIZATION,ANNULATION,STRATEGY,CHEMISTRY,INTERMEDIATE,PLUMARELLIDE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {18},
  pages        = {2345--2352},
  title        = {Heterocycles as moderators of allyl cation cycloaddition reactivity},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1055/s-0036-1588511},
  volume       = {28},
  year         = {2017},
}

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