André S. Dreiding

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1954-1987 Universität Zürich, Zürich, ZH, Switzerland 
Area:
synthesis of natural products
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http://www.chem.uzh.ch/research/emeriti/dreiding.html
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(1919 - 2013)
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Huston R, Rey M, Dreiding AS. (2010) Steric effects in the dehydrohalogenation of 7-halo-bicyclo [3.2.0] hept-2-en-6-ols † Bulletin Des SociéTéS Chimiques Belges. 88: 911-921
Sigrist R, Rey M, Dreiding AS. (1988) Kurze Totalsynthesen von (±)‐Sativen und (±)‐cis‐Sativendiol Helvetica Chimica Acta. 71: 788-807
Solaja B, Huguet J, Karpf M, et al. (1987) The synthesis of (±)-isoptychanolide by application of the α-alkynone cyclisation Tetrahedron. 43: 4875-4886
Aljancic‐Solaja I, Rey M, Dreiding AS. (1987) Short Syntheses of (±)-Grandisol and (±) Lineatin via, a common Intermediate Helvetica Chimica Acta. 70: 1302-1306
Ammann AA, Rey M, Dreiding AS. (1987) Cyclobut‐2‐enones from Alkynes via Dichlorocyclobut‐2‐enones Helvetica Chimica Acta. 70: 321-328
Roller M, Karpf M, Dreiding AS. (1986) The flow thermolyses of 1-isobutenyl alkynyl- and 2-methylphenyl alkynyl ketones. Synthesis of methylenomycin B Tetrahedron Letters. 27: 19-22
Trifonov LS, Hilpert H, Floersheim P, et al. (1986) Bisvertinols: a new group of dimeric vertinoids from verticillium intertextum Tetrahedron. 42: 3157-3179
Bieri JH, Dreiding AS, Gartenmann TCC, et al. (1986) On the structure of [η4-2,5-bis(trimethylsilyl)cyclopentadienone](η5-cyclopentadienyl)cobalt Journal of Organometallic Chemistry. 306: 241-249
Sigrist R, Rey M, Dreiding AS. (1986) A short synthesis of (±)-sativen Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications. 944-945
Rey M, Vergnani T, Dreiding AS. (1986) Synthesis of Some 8‐Substituted 2‐Methyl‐1,2,3,4‐tetrahydroisoquinolines. Cheminform. 17
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