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Regioselective glycosylation: What's new?

Abstract : The aim of this chapter is to show how increased understanding of the mechanisms related to both carbohydrate-processing enzymes and intrinsic properties of monoglycosyl residue have significantly impacted our way of thinking about the glycosylation reaction. A focus is made on the importance of low energy interactions. Some recent examples related to biocatalytic approaches and chemical synthesis are given.
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Laurent Legentil, Vincent Ferrières. Regioselective glycosylation: What's new?. Carbohydrate Chemistry, 43, Royal Society of Chemistry, pp.104-134, 2018, Carbohydrate Chemistry, ⟨10.1039/9781788010641-00104⟩. ⟨hal-03657428⟩

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