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New inventions and improvements of existing tools for organic chemistry, like our new supramolecular gelators, make it possible to quickly and efficiently create intricate molecules from basic starting materials. In this issue, we highlight three new TCI reagents for peptide synthesisorganocatalysts for asymmetric reactions, Weinreb amides, and more.
Supramolecular-gel Gelators for Recrystallization and Polymorph Control

Supramolecular-gel Gelators for Recrystallization and Polymorph Control

Composed of two nitrophenylurea moieties via a carbon tether moiety, our compounds [M3072] and [H1655], are utilized as supramolecular gelators. When a small amount of the gelator is dissolved in organic solvents, it prodcues robust gels while simultaneously binding with dissolved compounds. Supramolecular gel-phase crystallization offers an extremely versatile new tool in pharmaceutical polymorph screening.
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B5887
C3382
F1193

New Products for Peptide Synthesis

Amino acids and their N-protected derivatives, such as Boc- and Fmoc-amino acids, are essential for peptide synthesis. In addition to our new products [B5887], [C3382], and [F1193], click below to see TCI's full selection of reagents for peptide synthesis.
See TCI Peptide Synthesis Reagents
Organocatalysts for Asymmetric Michael Additional Reactions

Organocatalysts for Asymmetric Michael Additional Reactions

Our two prolinol derivatives, (R)-(+)-α,α-diphenyl-2-pyrrolidinemethanol trimethylsilyl ether [D3867] and (S)-(-)-α,α-diphenyl-2-pyrrolidinemethanol trimethylsilyl ether [D3843], also commonly known as Hayashi-Jørgensen catalysts, are used in various types of asymmetric reactions. Recently, Hayashi et al.reported an asymmetric Michael addition of nitroalkenes and aldehydes, gave syn adducts with high enantio- and diastereoselectivities. Furthermore, when utilizing this reaction as a key early-stage step, it also allowed the team to achieve short synthesis of the anti-flu drug oseltamivir phosphate.
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Weinreb Amides

An Effective Method for Ketone Synthesis

Weinreb and Nahm published in 1981 a very useful method for the ketone synthesis. N-methoxy-N-methylamides, now popularly called Weinreb amides can be used for the synthesis of ketones with organolithium and Grignard reagents. TCI offers a variety of Weinreb amides like [M0919] or [T3326] for clean and effective ketone synthesis.
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