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Default Synthesis of Isotopically Labeled, Spin-Isolated Tyrosine and Phenylalanine for Protein NMR Applications

Synthesis of Isotopically Labeled, Spin-Isolated Tyrosine and Phenylalanine for Protein NMR Applications

Isotopically labeled amino acids are widely used to study the structure and dynamics of proteins by NMR. Herein we describe a facile, gram-scale synthesis of compounds 1b and 2b under standard laboratory conditions from the common intermediate 7. 2b is obtained via simple deprotection, while 1b is accessed through a reductive deoxygenation/deuteration sequence and deprotection. 1b and 2b provide improved signal intensity using lower amounts of labeled precursor and are alternatives to existing...

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