Keith A. Monk, Ph.D.

2004 Baylor University, Waco, TX 
Organic Chemistry
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Charles M. Garner grad student 2004 Baylor University
 (Synthesis of 2-alkoxy-2-phenylpropionic acids; and nitrogen- and chlorine-containing derivatives of combretastatin A-4.)
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Siles R, Ackley JF, Hadimani MB, et al. (2008) Combretastatin dinitrogen-substituted stilbene analogues as tubulin-binding and vascular-disrupting agents. Journal of Natural Products. 71: 313-20
Monk KA, Duncan NC, Bauch EA, et al. (2008) A general synthesis of 2-alkoxy-2-phenylpropanoic acids Tetrahedron. 64: 8605-8609
Monk KA, Siles R, Hadimani MB, et al. (2006) Design, synthesis, and biological evaluation of combretastatin nitrogen-containing derivatives as inhibitors of tubulin assembly and vascular disrupting agents. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry. 14: 3231-44
Monk KA, Siles R, Pinney KG, et al. (2003) Synthesis of 4-methoxy-3,5-dinitrobenzaldehyde: A correction to supposed tele nucleophilic aromatic substitution Tetrahedron Letters. 44: 3759-3761
Thomas AA, Monk KA, Abraham S, et al. (2001) Rearrangement of methylenecamphor during electrophilic bromination: Remarkably clean access to the unnatural fenchyl (1,3,3-trimethylbicyclo[2.2.1]heptane) system Tetrahedron Letters. 42: 2261-2263
Monk KA, Sarapa D, Mohan RS. (2000) Bismuth (III) acetate: A new catalyst for preparation of azlactones via the Erlenmeyer synthesis Synthetic Communications. 30: 3167-3170
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