CyPLOS (cyclic phosphate-linked oligosaccharides), that is, novel cyclic oligosaccharide surrogates, consisting of two, three, and four phenyl-â-D-glucopyranoside units, 4,6-linked through stable phosphodiester bonds, were prepared by a straightforward and efficient solid-phase protocol. The assembly of the linear precursors was achieved by standard phosphoramidite chemistry on an automated DNA synthesizer, using a suitably protected 4-phosphoramidite derivative of D-glucose as the building block. For the crucial cyclization step a phosphotriester methodology was exploited, followed by a mild basic treatment releasing the desired cyclic molecules in solution in a highly pure form. The cyclic dimer and trimer were also independently prepared by classical solution synthesis, basically following the same approach. The solution structural preferences of the cyclic dimer and trimer, obtained by detailed NMR analysis, are also reported.

Cyclic phosphate-linked oligosaccharides (CYPLOS): synthesis and conformational behaviour of novel oligosaccharide analogues

DI FABIO, GIOVANNI;RANDAZZO, ANTONIO;DE NAPOLI, LORENZO;MONTESARCHIO, DANIELA
2006

Abstract

CyPLOS (cyclic phosphate-linked oligosaccharides), that is, novel cyclic oligosaccharide surrogates, consisting of two, three, and four phenyl-â-D-glucopyranoside units, 4,6-linked through stable phosphodiester bonds, were prepared by a straightforward and efficient solid-phase protocol. The assembly of the linear precursors was achieved by standard phosphoramidite chemistry on an automated DNA synthesizer, using a suitably protected 4-phosphoramidite derivative of D-glucose as the building block. For the crucial cyclization step a phosphotriester methodology was exploited, followed by a mild basic treatment releasing the desired cyclic molecules in solution in a highly pure form. The cyclic dimer and trimer were also independently prepared by classical solution synthesis, basically following the same approach. The solution structural preferences of the cyclic dimer and trimer, obtained by detailed NMR analysis, are also reported.
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