Publications of the Natural Product Synthesis Group

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Reuss, F., & Heretsch, P. (2020). Taxane Meets Propellane: First Chemical Synthesis of Highly Complex Diterpene Canataxpropellane. Angewandte Chemie - International Edition, 59(26), 10232-10234.
Reuss, F., & Heretsch, P. (2020). Synthesis of Aspidodispermine via Pericyclic Framework Reconstruction. Organic letters, 22(10), 3956-3959.
Duecker, F. L., Heinze, R. C., Mueller, M., Zhang, S., & Heretsch, P. (2020). Synthesis of the Alleged Structures of Fortisterol and Herbarulide and Structural Revision of Herbarulide. Organic letters, 22(4), 1585-1588.
Kleoff, M., Schwan, J., Boeser, L., Hartmayer, B., Christmann, M., Sarkar, B., & Heretsch, P. (2020). Scalable Synthesis of Functionalized Ferrocenyl Azides and Amines Enabled by Flow Chemistry. Organic letters, 22(3), 902-907.
Schwan, J., Kleoff, M., Heretsch, P., & Christmann, M. (2020). Five-Step Synthesis of Yaequinolones J1 and J2. Organic letters, 22(2), 675-678.
Duecker, F. L., Heinze, R. C., & Heretsch, P. (2020). Synthesis of Swinhoeisterol A, Dankasterone A and B, and Periconiastone A by Radical Framework Reconstruction. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 142(1), 104-108.


Noack, F., Heinze, R. C., & Heretsch, P. (2019). Contemporary Synthetic Strategies towards Secosteroids, abeo -Steroids, and Related Triterpenes. SYNTHESIS-STUTTGART, 51(10), 2039-2057.
Heinze, R. C., & Heretsch, P. (2019). Translation of a Polar Biogenesis Proposal into a Radical Synthetic Approach: Synthesis of Pleurocin A/Matsutakone and Pleurocin B. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 141(3), 1222-1226.


Schwan, J., Kleoff, M., Hartmayer, B., Heretsch, P., & Christmann, M. (2018). Synthesis of Quinolinone Alkaloids via Aryne Insertions into Unsymmetric Imides in Flow. Organic letters, 20(23), 7661-7664.,
Duecker, F. L., Reuss, F., & Heretsch, P. (2018). Rearranged ergostane-type natural products: chemistry, biology, and medicinal aspects. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 17(7), 1624-1633.