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5 Galactosyl Disaccharides. '~~ Enzymic methods are significant in this area and bovine fl- 1,4-galactosyltransferase transfers to C-4-OH of acceptor D-sugars. '70 Several new references have been made to lactosamine chemistry. An enzymic procedure using the f3-galactosidasefrom Bijidbacterium biJdum immobilized on a nylon powder column permitted efficient recycling of the enzyme and higher yields of LacNAc than were obtained by earlier methods. l~~ Chapter 4 contains many references to oligosaccharides containing lactose and lactosamine components.

4. g. 1 which, with methyl triflate, give access to a-glucosides. This approach can also be used to make glycosyl carboxylates, Carbohydrate Chemistry, Volume 34 0The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2003 14 3: Glycosides and Disaccharides 15 phosphates, azides and nucleotides such as UDPG? g. 2, which can be used as glycosylating agents to give good yields of glycosyl derivatives of aliphatic and aromatic hydroxy compounds, thiols, azides and amides. " Contrastingly, the anticancer etoposide 3 was made in 79% overall yield by use of the relevant benzylic alcohol together with 2,3-di-0-benzyl-4,6-O-ethylidene-~-glucose.

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