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49 In the field of galactosylglucose compounds an a-D-Gal-(1-+4)-~-Glcglycoside has been made in high yield by the intramolecular approach involving a phenyl thiogalactoside linked 2'+3 by a succinoyl bridge to an (glucoside with free hydroxyl group at C-4. Reactions of similar 6'+3 tethered compounds were also investigated. 50 Galactosylation with tetra- 0-benzyl-a-D-galactopyranosyl iodide of diacetoneglucose in benzene afforded D-Gal-(I -+ 3)-~-Glc disaccharides in 91% yield with a,p-ratio 9: 1.
3 Chain-extension at the 'Reducing End - The molybdic acid-mediated skeletal rearrangement of 2-C-hydroxymethyl-~-alloseto D-altro-heptulose (sedoheptulose), which results in a 2: 12 equilibrium mixture, has been exploited in a facile synthesis of the latter compound from D-allose (see Vol. 32, Chapter 2, ref. 35 11 2: Free Sugars Several papers have been published on reactions of phosphoranes with protected aldehydo sugars, osuloses and sugar lactones. On condensation of 2,3:4,5-di-O-isopropylidene-~-xylose with benzoylmethylenetriphenylphosphorane, enone derivative 55 was formed.
A novel method for activating the C-1 hydroxyl group of a sugar for glycoside formation involves the in situ formation of a glycosyl imidate by treatment with an oximoxy-trisdimethylaminophosphonium salt. 9 The method requires development before it be claimed as an efficient new glycosylation process. 12 Mixed glycosyl carbonates, made in good yield from 1-0unprotected sugars and succinimidyl carbonates, decarboxylate on treatment with trimethylsilyl triflate to give glycosides and disaccharides.
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