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Amino sulfonic acids, peptidosulfonamides and other related compounds

Amino sulfonic acids and their derivatives are known since XIX century and have attracted much attention in recent years. The most known example – taurine – is a naturally occurring compound which is used extensively in medicine and as a food supplement. In a huge Tetrahedron Report just published by our chemists, the history and recent uses of amino sulfonic acids, sulfonopeptides and related derivatives are covered.

Mostly focusing on literature from the last two decades, authors introduce the reader into synthetic approaches and practical applications of the saturated aminosulfonic acids – from their occurrence as the natural products to uses in modern chemistry, as well as design of peptidomimetics and preparation of building blocks for drug discovery.

We have prepared a special selection of N-protected amino sulfonyl halides – building blocks ready for synthesis of sulfonopeptides and any other derivatives of amino sulfonic acids.

Amino sulfonic acids, peptidosulfonamides and other related compounds

Grygorenko O. O.; Biitseva A. V.; Zhersh S.
Tetrahedron 2018, in press
DOI: 10.1016/j.tet.2018.01.033

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