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Novel approaches to the asymmetric synthesis of indole alkaloids

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The tetracyclic system (219) shares the same heterocyclic skeleton as a plethora of highly bioactive indole alkaloids, exemplified by ajmalicine (161) and deplancheine (204). [Illustration omitted.] Building on earlier work from our research group we recognised that a suitably substituted bicyclic lactam (266) could act as a precursor in an intramolecular N-acyliminium mediated cyclisation leading to targets such as (219). [Illustration omitted.] Methodology has been developed to remove the chiral auxiliary group. Manipulation of the template (219) has allowed us to achieve a novel total synthesis of deplancheine (208) and provided valuable insight for a future asymmetric synthesis of (204).

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EPSRC.

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  • Chemistry

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James Edward Allard

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2004

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A Doctoral Thesis. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of Doctor of Philosophy at Loughborough University.

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