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Glycosylation reactions performed between a glycosyl donor and acceptor covalently linked to a peptide template both in the solution and solid phase give similar yields and product distributions. The adoption of a solid phase approach opens the way for the synthesis of libraries of peptide templates in an attempt to screen for particular peptide sequences that effect complete regio-and stereochemical control during glycosidic bond formation, whilst the use of second generation donors allows the possibility of an iterative approach. © 2003 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Journal article


Tetrahedron Asymmetry

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1201 - 1210