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Cladinose analogues of sixteen-membered macrolide antibiotics. I. Synthesis of 4-O-alkyl-L-cladinose analogues via glycosylation.

The synthesis and biological evaluation of sixteen-membered macrolides possessing a 4-O-alkyl-alpha-L-cladinosyl moiety as the neutral sugar are described. The nine novel derivatives have been synthesized by glycosylation with 1-thio sugars. The most active derivative of them showed prolonged antibacterial activity in rat plasma in vitro and improved pharmacokinetics.[1]

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  1. Cladinose analogues of sixteen-membered macrolide antibiotics. I. Synthesis of 4-O-alkyl-L-cladinose analogues via glycosylation. Kurihara, K., Ajito, K., Shibahara, S., Ishizuka, T., Hara, O., Araake, M., Omoto, S. J. Antibiot. (1996) [Pubmed]
 
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