Solid Supported Peptide Catalyst for the Synthesis of Flavanone and Azaflavanones

Authors

  • Raghavendra Sakirolla School of Chemical sciences, Central University of Karnataka. Aland road, Kadaganchi, Gulbarga, India
  • Yean Kee Lee Department of Chemistry, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur 50603, Malaysia
  • Venkataramana Macharla School of Pharmacy, Lincoln University College, Selangor, Darul Ehsan, 47301, Malaysia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.12723/mjs.49.3

Keywords:

Chalcones, Solid Support Peptide Catalyst, Reusable Catalyst, Cyclisation, Flavanones

Abstract

A variety of flavanones and azaflavanones have been synthesised from chalcones, catalysed by 30 mol% solid support proline terminal peptide, which is mildly efficient with high conversions yields and could be recycled up to three times without significant loss in its activity.
Keywords: , Solid Support Peptide Catalyst, Reusable Catalyst, Cyclisation, Flavanones

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Published

2019-04-01