Mark G. Charest, Ph.D.

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2004 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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synthesis of natural products
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Andrew G. Myers grad student 2004 Harvard
 (A convergent and enantioselective synthetic route to the tetracycline antibiotics.)
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Myers AG, Siegel DR, Buzard DJ, et al. (2010) ChemInform Abstract: Synthesis of a Broad Array of Highly Functionalized, Enantiomerically Pure Cyclohexanecarboxylic Acid Derivatives by Microbial Dihydroxylation of Benzoic Acid and Subsequent Oxidative and Rearrangement Reactions. Cheminform. 33: no-no
Sun C, Wang Q, Brubaker JD, et al. (2008) A robust platform for the synthesis of new tetracycline antibiotics. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 130: 17913-27
Charest MG, Siegel DR, Myers AG. (2005) Synthesis of (-)-tetracycline. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 127: 8292-3
Charest MG, Lerner CD, Brubaker JD, et al. (2005) A convergent enantioselective route to structurally diverse 6-deoxytetracycline antibiotics. Science (New York, N.Y.). 308: 395-8
Myers AG, Siegel DR, Buzard DJ, et al. (2001) Synthesis of a broad array of highly functionalized, enantiomerically pure cyclohexanecarboxylic acid derivatives by microbial dihydroxylation of benzoic acid and subsequent oxidative and rearrangement reactions. Organic Letters. 3: 2923-6
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