The role of the cyclic 2,3-N,O-carbamate protecting group in directing the selectivity of mannosylation reactions of diacetone-D-glucose, promoted by BSP/Tf2O via α-triflate intermediates, has been investigated through a combined computational and experimental approach. DFT calculations were used to locate the transition states leading to the α or β anomers. These data indicate the preferential formation of the β−adduct with mannosyl donors either equipped with the 4,6-O-benzylidene protection or without it. The synthetic results confirmed this preference, showing in both cases an α/β selectivity of 4:6. This highlights a role for the 2,3-N,O-carbamate in sharp contrast with what described in the case of 2,3-O-carbonate mannosyl donors.

2,3-Carbamate mannosamine glycosyl donors in glycosylation reactions of diacetone-D-glucose. An experimental and theoretical study

Toma L.
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2021

Abstract

The role of the cyclic 2,3-N,O-carbamate protecting group in directing the selectivity of mannosylation reactions of diacetone-D-glucose, promoted by BSP/Tf2O via α-triflate intermediates, has been investigated through a combined computational and experimental approach. DFT calculations were used to locate the transition states leading to the α or β anomers. These data indicate the preferential formation of the β−adduct with mannosyl donors either equipped with the 4,6-O-benzylidene protection or without it. The synthetic results confirmed this preference, showing in both cases an α/β selectivity of 4:6. This highlights a role for the 2,3-N,O-carbamate in sharp contrast with what described in the case of 2,3-O-carbonate mannosyl donors.
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