Carbohydrate Chemistry Volume 28

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F. Arts, F. A. Sheldon, J. Carbohydr. Chem.. 851. Feather, Carbuhydr. , 1994,256,41, J. Lehmann, S. Schmidt-Schuchardt. vdr. , 1994,264, 199. T. Nagasaki, H. Shinmori and S. , 1994,35,2201. H. Murakami, T. Nagasaki. I. Hamachi and S. Shinkai. J. Chem. Soc.. Perkin Trans. 2. 1994,975 R. Ludwig, T. Hamda, R. James and S. Shinkai, J. Chem. , Perkin Trans 2, 1994,687. K. Oommen, S. lyengar, Appl. Radiar. , 1994, 45, 829 (Chem. , 1994, 86 87 88 89 90 121,256 137). 121,231 194). -Conversions of secondary alcohols 1 into their tetra-0-benzoyl-P-D-glucopyranosides have the effects shown (on the 6-values) of the relevant protons, while the effects on these protons in the diastereoisomers produced from the enantiomers of 1 (R=H)are similar in magnitude but opposite in sign.

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2' Several new examples of the use of enzymes in the production of glycosides have been reported. Almond P-glucosidase has been used by three groups of workers in the reverse sense to synthesise P-glucosides. Careful attention has to be paid to reaction conditions, particularly solvents, in work of this sort. 24 A sucrose phosphorylase isolated from Leuconostoc Mesenteroides acts as a glucose transferase with sucrose as glucose source. ^' Cell suspensions of Rauwoljla serpentina provided with hydroquinone produce the mono-p-Dglucopyranoside and the 1,6-linked dimer analogue.

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