Proposed Structure of the Neocarzinostatin Chromophore-Methyl Thioglycolate Adduct; A Mechanism for the Nucleophilic Activation of Neocarzinostatin
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CitationMyers, Andrew G. 1987. Proposed structure of the neocarzinostatin chromophore-methyl thioglycolate adduct; A mechanism for the nucleophilic activation of neocarzinostatin. Tetrahedron Letters 28(39): 4493-4496.
AbstractStructure 1 is proposed to represent the product of reaction of methyl thioglycolate with the neocarzinostatin chromophore. A mechanism for the formation of 1 is presented which provides a rationale for the nucleophilic activation of neocarzinostatin.
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