Norfluorocurarine - CAS 6880-54-2
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Category:
ADCs
Product Name:
Norfluorocurarine
Catalog Number:
6880-54-2
CAS Number:
6880-54-2
Description:
Norfluorocurarine is a peripheral vasodilator that increases blood flow to the brain (sold under the trademark Oxybral SR) .<br/>Generic drugs containing vincamine exist in specific regions.
Molecular Weight:
292.37
Molecular Formula:
C19H20N2O
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Tag:
ADCs Cytotoxin
Chemical Structure
CAS 6880-54-2 Norfluorocurarine

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Reference Reading


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An efficient anionic bicyclization of tryptamine-derived Zincke aldehydes forms the basis for a three-step route to the tetracyclic ABCE core of many Strychnos, Aspidosperma, and Iboga alkaloids. This powerful reaction is showcased in a five-step synthesis of the Strychnos alkaloid norfluorocurarine from tryptamine and pyridine.
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Martin DB1, Nguyen LQ, Vanderwal CD. J Org Chem. 2012 Jan 6;77(1):17-46. doi: 10.1021/jo2020246. Epub 2011 Dec 14.
A full account of the development of the base-mediated intramolecular Diels-Alder cycloadditions of tryptamine-derived Zincke aldehydes is described. This important complexity-generating transformation provides the tetracyclic core of many indole monoterpene alkaloids in only three steps from commercially available starting materials and played a key role in short syntheses of norfluorocurarine (five steps), dehydrodesacetylretuline (six steps), valparicine (seven steps), and strychnine (six steps). Reasonable mechanistic possibilities for this reaction, a surprisingly facile dimerization of the products, and an unexpected cycloreversion to regenerate Zincke aldehydes under specific conditions are also discussed.