Accelerated Multiphosphorylated Peptide Synthesis

Citation:

Dana Grunhaus, Estefanía Rossich Molina, Roni Cohen, Tamar Stein, Assaf Friedler, and Mattan Hurevich. 7/12/2022. “Accelerated Multiphosphorylated Peptide Synthesis.” Organic Process Research & Development, 26, 8, Pp. 2492-2497.

Abstract:

Preparing phosphorylated peptides with multiple adjacent phosphorylations is synthetically difficult, leads to β-elimination, results in low yields, and is extremely slow. We combined synthetic chemical methodologies with computational studies and engineering approaches to develop a strategy that takes advantage of fast stirring, high temperature, and a very low concentration of 1,8-diazabicyclo[5.4.0]undec-7-ene (DBU) to produce multiphosphorylated peptides at an extremely rapid time and high purity.

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