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Toward a Synthesis of Hirsutellone B by the Concept of Double Cyclization


Reber, Keith P; Tilley, S David; Carson, Cheryl A; Sorensen, Erik J (2013). Toward a Synthesis of Hirsutellone B by the Concept of Double Cyclization. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 78(19):9584-9607.

Abstract

This account describes a strategy for directly forming three of the six rings found in the polyketide natural product hirsutellone B via a novel cyclization cascade. The key step in our approach comprises two transformations: a large-ring-forming, nucleophilic capture of a transient acylketene and an intramolecular Diels-Alder reaction, both of which occur in tandem through thermolyses of appropriately functionalized, polyunsaturated dioxinones. These thermally induced "double cyclization" cascades generate three new bonds, four contiguous stereocenters, and a significant fraction of the polycyclic architecture of hirsutellone B. The advanced macrolactam and macrolactone intermediates that were synthesized by this process possess key features of the hirsutellone framework, including the stereochemically dense decahydrofluorene core and the strained para-cyclophane ring. However, attempts to complete the carbon skeleton of hirsutellone B via transannular carbon-carbon bond formation were undermined by competitive O-alkylation reactions. This account also documents how we adapted to this undesired outcome through an evaluation of several distinct strategies for synthesis, as well as our eventual achievement of a formal total synthesis of hirsutellone B.

This account describes a strategy for directly forming three of the six rings found in the polyketide natural product hirsutellone B via a novel cyclization cascade. The key step in our approach comprises two transformations: a large-ring-forming, nucleophilic capture of a transient acylketene and an intramolecular Diels-Alder reaction, both of which occur in tandem through thermolyses of appropriately functionalized, polyunsaturated dioxinones. These thermally induced "double cyclization" cascades generate three new bonds, four contiguous stereocenters, and a significant fraction of the polycyclic architecture of hirsutellone B. The advanced macrolactam and macrolactone intermediates that were synthesized by this process possess key features of the hirsutellone framework, including the stereochemically dense decahydrofluorene core and the strained para-cyclophane ring. However, attempts to complete the carbon skeleton of hirsutellone B via transannular carbon-carbon bond formation were undermined by competitive O-alkylation reactions. This account also documents how we adapted to this undesired outcome through an evaluation of several distinct strategies for synthesis, as well as our eventual achievement of a formal total synthesis of hirsutellone B.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:07 Faculty of Science > Department of Chemistry
Dewey Decimal Classification:540 Chemistry
Language:English
Date:2013
Deposited On:27 May 2015 15:36
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 19:15
Publisher:American Chemical Society (ACS)
ISSN:0022-3263
Free access at:PubMed ID. An embargo period may apply.
Publisher DOI:https://doi.org/10.1021/jo401799f
PubMed ID:24032341

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