10-Hydroxy Lycopodium alkaloids
The 10-hydroxy Lycopodium alkaloids, 10-hydroxylycopodine, deacetylpaniculine and paniculine, are a series of natural products isolated from a Chilean club moss Lycopodium confertum. Deacetylpaniculine and paniculine were also isolated from Lycopodium paniculatum.
The first enantioselective synthesis of 10-hydroxylycopodine, deacetylpaniculine and paniculine was published by Mrinmoy Saha and Professor Rich Carter in 2013 from Oregon State University. A common intermediate strategy was used to accomplish the total synthesis. The key steps toward the syntheses are an organocatalyzed (Proline sulfonamide catalyst nicknamed as Hua Cat.) Michael reaction and a Zn (OTf)2 mediated conformationally accelerated Mannich reaction.
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