Glycomimetics: a programmed approach toward neoglycopeptide libraries

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Journal titleJournal of Combinatorial Chemistry
Pages120126; # of pages: 7
AbstractA programmed synthesis of neoglycopeptides has been developed in which two, similar or different, glycoside moieties could be attached either (i) at the N-terminal of short peptides or (ii) one at the N-internal and the other(s) at the N-terminal site, in a highly flexible and controlled manner. A stepwise branching of N-terminal peptides has been achieved by glycoside aldehyde reductive amination followed by the glycoside carboxylic acid coupling (model 1). In another approach, after N-alkylation with glycoside aldehyde, the N-glycosylated derivative is subjected to peptide synthesis. This is then followed by the attachment of the second glycoside moiety at the N-terminal using either glycoside aldehyde or glycoside carboxylic acid derivative (model 2). Alternatively, the attachment of second and third glycoside derivatives could be achieved simultaneously, by reductive amination/carboxylic acid couplings (model 3). The methodologies presented here are highly versatile and combine diversity in both peptides/pseudopeptides and glycoside moieties.
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NPARC number12328876
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