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Evidence for an insertion-homolysis mechanism for carbon-sulphur bond formation in penicillin biosynthesis .2. Incubation and interpretation

Baldwin, JE; Adlington, RM; Marquess, DG; Pitt, AR; Porter, MJ; Russell, AT; (1996) Evidence for an insertion-homolysis mechanism for carbon-sulphur bond formation in penicillin biosynthesis .2. Incubation and interpretation. TETRAHEDRON , 52 (7) 2537 - 2556.

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Abstract

Evidence to support an insertion-homolysis mechanism for the event leading to carbon-sulphur bond formation in penicillin biosynthesis has been obtained by incubation of a series of cyclopropane-containing stereochemical probes.

Type:Article
Title:Evidence for an insertion-homolysis mechanism for carbon-sulphur bond formation in penicillin biosynthesis .2. Incubation and interpretation
Keywords:ISOPENICILLIN-N SYNTHASE, PROTECTING GROUPS, ALCOHOLS, ACIDS, PHENYLSELENOPHTHALIMIDE, REAGENT
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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