Rassu, Gloria Maria Rita and Auzzas, Luciana and Pinna, Luigi and Battistini, Lucia and Curti, Laudio (2003) Advances in chemical synthesis of carbasugars and analogues. Studies in Natural Products Chemistry, Vol. 29 (Part 10), p. 449-520. ISSN 1572-5995. Article.
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Carbasugars, carbocyclic structures where a carbon atom — usually a methylene — replaces oxygen in the heterocyclic motif of the carbohydrates, represent an important class of natural and synthetic compounds that exhibit far-reaching biological effects. In this article the carbasugars have been divided into three main categories, those embodying a cyclopentane motif (furanoid carbasugars), those incorporating a cyclohexane motif (pyranoid carbasugars), and those bearing rather rare cyclopropane, cyclobutane, cycloheptane, and cyclooctane cores (contracted and expanded carbasugars).
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