Using NMR-based methods to assign the stereochemistry of natural products

Yong, Ken W.L., De Voss, James J. and Garson, Mary J. (2011). Using NMR-based methods to assign the stereochemistry of natural products. In: PERCH-CIC Congress VII: Chemistry, Environment and Society. Abstracts of the International Congress for Innovation in Chemistry. International Congress for Innovation in Chemistry (VII, PERCH-CIC, 2011), Pattaya, Thailand, (9-9). 4-7 May 2011.

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Author Yong, Ken W.L.
De Voss, James J.
Garson, Mary J.
Title of paper Using NMR-based methods to assign the stereochemistry of natural products
Language of Title eng
Conference name International Congress for Innovation in Chemistry (VII, PERCH-CIC, 2011)
Conference location Pattaya, Thailand
Conference dates 4-7 May 2011
Proceedings title PERCH-CIC Congress VII: Chemistry, Environment and Society. Abstracts of the International Congress for Innovation in Chemistry
Language of Proceedings Title eng
Language of Journal Name eng
Place of Publication Bangkok, Thailand
Publisher Centre of Excellence for Innovation in Chemistry
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Published abstract
Start page 9
End page 9
Total pages 1
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Natural product researchers, armed with a suite of 2D NMR methods and knowledge of biosynthetic pathways, can usually deduce the structure of a complex natural product without difficulty. The more complex task of assigning stereochemistry (that is relative and absolute configuration) presents more of a challenge.
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