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    Title: 鈴木耦合反應在合成石蒜科生物鹼之應用
    Other Titles: Application of Suzuki coupling reactions to synthesize Amaryllidaceae alkaloids
    Authors: 范姜岱廷;Chiang, Tai-Ting Fan
    Contributors: 淡江大學化學學系碩士班
    謝仁傑
    Keywords: 石蒜科生物鹼;DNA拓撲異構酶Ⅰ型;鈴木耦合;Amaryllidaceae alkaloid;DNA topoisomerase Ⅰ;Suzuki coupling
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-08-24 23:38:29 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 第一部分:
    利用鈴木耦合反應合成含有不同官能基的2''-溴聯苯-2-甲醛,可利用此化合物進一步應用於合成各種含有溴化菲啶鹽骨架的石蒜科生物鹼上。

    第二部分:
    石蒜科生物鹼的全合成,鈴木耦合反應是合成出Galanthindole, Lycosinine A和Lycosinine B的關鍵步驟,另外也發現N-Methylcrinasiadine的另一種合成路徑。
    The 1st Part :
    Synthesize of 2''-bromo-[1, 1''-biphenyl]-2-carbaldehyde derivative with Suzuki coupling reaction and applied to the synthesis phenanthridinium bromide skeleton Amaryllidaceae alkaloids.

    The 2nd Part :
    Strategies for the synthesis of Amaryllidaceae alkaloids. Investigations of optionally synthetic routes to approach N-Methylcrinasiadine were demonstrated as well. In addition, three structurally related alkaloids Galanthindole, Lycosinine A and Lycosinine B were concisely prepared by using Suzuki coupling reaction as the key step.
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