Publications of the Natural Chemistry Group

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Linne, Y., Birkner, M., & Kalesse, M. (2021). Synthesis of the C18-C27 Fragment of Georatusin. Arkivoc, (part iv), 152-167.


Eggert, A., Etling, C., Lübken, D., Saxarra, M., & Kalesse, M. (2020). Contiguous Quaternary Carbons: A Selection of Total Syntheses. MOLECULES, 25(17), Article 3841.
Linne, Y., Schönwald, A., Weißbach, S., & Kalesse, M. (2020). Desymmetrization of C2-Symmetric Bis(Boronic Esters) by Zweifel Olefinations. Chemistry - a European journal, 26(36), 7998-8002.
Geldsetzer, J., & Kalesse, M. (2020). Towards the total synthesis of chondrochloren A: Synthesis of the (Z)-enamide fragment. Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry, 16, 670-673.
Xing, J., Bhuria, V., Bui, K. C., Nguyen, M. L. T., Hu, Z., Hsieh, C. J., Wittstein, K., Stadler, M., Wilkens, L., Li, J., Kalesse, M., Bozko, P., & Plentz, R. R. (2020). Haprolid inhibits tumor growth of hepatocellular carcinoma through Rb/E2F and Akt/mTOR inhibition. Cancers, 12(3), Article 615.


Cordes, M., & Kalesse, M. (2019). Very Recent Advances in Vinylogous Mukaiyama Aldol Reactions and Their Applications to Synthesis. MOLECULES, 24(17), Article 3040.,
Lücke, D., & Kalesse, M. (2019). Polyoxygenated Tertiary Alcohols: A Kiyooka Approach. Chemistry - a European journal, 25(43), 10080-10083.
Ahmed, A., Channar, P. A., Saeed, A., Kalesse, M., Kazi, M. A., Larik, F. A., Abbas, Q., Hassan, M., Raza, H., & Seo, S. Y. (2019). Synthesis of sulfonamide, amide and amine hybrid pharmacophore, an entry of new class of carbonic anhydrase II inhibitors and evaluation of chemo-informatics and binding analysis. Bioorganic chemistry, 86, 624-630.
Cordes, M. H. C., & Kalesse, M. (2019). The asymmetric vinylogous mukaiyama aldol reaction. Organic Reactions, 98, 173-774.
Tungen, J. E., Gerstmann, L., Vik, A., De Matteis, R., Colas, R. A., Dalli, J., Chiang, N., Serhan, C. N., Kalesse, M., & Hansen, T. V. (2019). Resolving Inflammation: Synthesis, Configurational Assignment, and Biological Evaluations of RvD1n−3 DPA. Chemistry - a European journal, 25(6), 1476-1480.,