|Title||N-Glycosyl phosphonamidates: potential transition-state analogue inhibitors of glycopeptidases|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1998|
|Authors||Ferro, V, Weiler, L, Withers, SG, Ziltener, H|
|Journal||CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE CHIMIE|
The synthesis of N-glycosyl phosphonamidates has been accomplished via the coupling of peracetylated glycosylamines with an appropriate phosphonochloridate in the presence of pyridine. The resulting glycosyl phosphonamidate esters are dealkylated with bromotrimethylsilane and then deacetylated to give the target compounds, which are potential transition-state analogue inhibitors of glycopeptidases and may prove useful as haptens for generating catalytic antibodies with glycopeptidase activity.