Comprehensive Natural Products II Vol.6 Carbohydrates, by Mander L., Liu H.-W.B.

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This chemoenzymatic method may be useful for creating analogues of other glycosylated natural products, for example, other glycopeptides, polyketides, and hybrid nonribosomal peptide/polyketide compounds. 151–153 Thus, it was proposed that CDs would have similar properties as surfactants in enzymatic glycosylations. 154 studied the utility of simple CDs for the synthesis of neoglycolipids using glycosyltransferase. In this approach, the authors attempted to use cell-media synthesis, which was named cellular-chemoenzymatic synthesis, as a triple-factor combination method, to construct oligosaccharide easily.

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