Julianne M. Yost, Ph.D.

2009 Chemistry Duke University, Durham, NC 
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Don M. Coltart grad student 2009 Duke
 (Leveraging the reactivity of thioesters in the development of new methods for carbon-carbon bond formation.)
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Yost JM, Alfie RJ, Tarsis EM, et al. (2011) Direct carbon-carbon bond formation via soft enolization: aldol addition of α-halogenated thioesters. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 47: 571-2
Garnsey MR, Lim D, Yost JM, et al. (2010) Development of a strategy for the asymmetric synthesis of polycyclic polyprenylated acylphloroglucinols via N-amino cyclic carbamate hydrazones: application to the total synthesis of (+)-clusianone. Organic Letters. 12: 5234-7
Kohler MC, Yost JM, Garnsey MR, et al. (2010) Direct carbon-carbon bond formation via soft enolization: a biomimetic asymmetric Mannich reaction of phenylacetate thioesters. Organic Letters. 12: 3376-9
Yost JM, Garnsey MR, Kohler MC, et al. (2009) Direct carbon-carbon bond formation via soft enolization of thioesters: An operationally simple mannich addition reaction Synthesis. 56-58
Zhou G, Yost JM, Sauer SJ, et al. (2007) A facile and efficient anti-selective four-component direct aldol addition via chemoselective thioester enolate formation. Organic Letters. 9: 4663-5
Zhou G, Yost JM, Coltart DM. (2007) A direct aldol addition of simple thioesters employing soft enolization Synthesis. 0478-0482
Yost JM, Zhou G, Coltart DM. (2006) A facile and efficient direct aldol addition of simple thioesters. Organic Letters. 8: 1503-6
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