Novel Lewis Acid Catalyzed (E)/(Z)-Arylidene Thiohydantoin Formation
Poster Feb 21, 2006
Brian T. Gregg, Ph.D., William G. Earley, Ph.D, Kathryn C. Golden, John F. Quinn, Ph.D, Dana A. Razzano and W. Martin Rennells
In most examples, the Lewis acid promoted catalysis yielded reactions exhibiting increased reactivity, conversion and purity profiles as compared to the uncatalyzed reactions. Since arylidene thiohydantoins are reported in the literature as being biologically relevant moieties for antimicrobial, antiviral, immunosuppressive and potentially anticonvulsant indications, this validated protocol was then used as part of our parallel synthesis efforts to generate a library of approximately 400 target compounds.
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