Volume forty of Carbohydrate Chemistry: Chemical and organic Approaches demonstrates the significance of the glycosciences for innovation and societal growth. Carbohydrates are molecules with crucial roles in biology and likewise function renewable assets for the iteration of recent chemical substances and fabrics. Honouring Professor André Lubineau’s reminiscence, this quantity resembles a unique number of contributions within the fields of eco-friendly and low-carbon chemistry, leading edge man made method and layout of carbohydrate architectures for medicinal and organic chemistry.
Green method is illustrated by way of debts at the business improvement of water-promoted reactions (C-glycosylation, cycloadditions) and the layout of eco-friendly procedures and synthons in the direction of sugar-based surfactants and fabrics. The specially hard differences on the anomeric heart are awarded in different contributions on glycosylation methodologies utilizing iron or gold catalysis, electrochemical or enzymatic (thio)glycosylation, exo-glycal chemistry and bioengineering of carbohydrate synthases. Then, synthesis and constitution of multivalent and supramolecular oligosaccharide architectures are mentioned and regarding their actual houses and alertness power, e.g. for deepening our knowing of organic tactics, reminiscent of enzymatic pathways or bacterial adhesion, and layout of antibacterial, antifungal and cutting edge anticancer vaccines or drugs.
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