The synthesis, NMR structure determination, and molecular modelling of the conformationally restricted diastereomeric sugar azido acids 1 and 2 are presented. The bicyclic structures of these compounds are obtained through a iodocyclization reaction on the C-allyl glycoside of the D-arabinofuranose. Cyclic tetrapeptide 11 containing the amino acid derived from 1 linked to the RGD sequence has been synthesized; this compound was found to be a selective antagonist of αvβ3 integrins expressed on GM 7373 cells

Peri, F., Bassetti, R., Caneva, E., De Gioia, L., La Ferla, B., Presta, M., et al. (2002). Arabinose-derived Bicyclic Amino Acids: Synthesis, Conformational Analysis and Construction of an avb3-selective RGD Peptide. JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY. PERKIN TRANSACTIONS. 1, 2002(5), 368-644 [10.1039/b110453e].

Arabinose-derived Bicyclic Amino Acids: Synthesis, Conformational Analysis and Construction of an avb3-selective RGD Peptide

PERI, FRANCESCO;DE GIOIA, LUCA;LA FERLA, BARBARA;NICOTRA, FRANCESCO
2002

Abstract

The synthesis, NMR structure determination, and molecular modelling of the conformationally restricted diastereomeric sugar azido acids 1 and 2 are presented. The bicyclic structures of these compounds are obtained through a iodocyclization reaction on the C-allyl glycoside of the D-arabinofuranose. Cyclic tetrapeptide 11 containing the amino acid derived from 1 linked to the RGD sequence has been synthesized; this compound was found to be a selective antagonist of αvβ3 integrins expressed on GM 7373 cells
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Peri, F., Bassetti, R., Caneva, E., De Gioia, L., La Ferla, B., Presta, M., et al. (2002). Arabinose-derived Bicyclic Amino Acids: Synthesis, Conformational Analysis and Construction of an avb3-selective RGD Peptide. JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY. PERKIN TRANSACTIONS. 1, 2002(5), 368-644 [10.1039/b110453e].
Peri, F; Bassetti, R; Caneva, E; DE GIOIA, L; LA FERLA, B; Presta, M; Tanghetti, E; Nicotra, F
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