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Turkyilmaz S, Wilcox CS. (2017) Asymmetric solution-phase mixture aldol reaction using oligomeric ethylene glycol tagged chiral oxazolidinones. Tetrahedron Letters. 58: 2031-2033
Pan X, Wilcox CS. (2010) Synthesis of dibenzazepinones by palladium-catalyzed intramolecular arylation of o-(2'-bromophenyl)anilide enolates. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 75: 6445-51
Scott CN, Wilcox CS. (2010) A mild synthesis of unsymmetrical bisalkoxysilanes through catalyzed alcoholysis of hydridosilanes containing C-C multiple bonds and aryl halides. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 75: 253-6
Bhayana B, Wilcox CS. (2007) A minimal protein folding model to measure hydrophobic and CH-pi effects on interactions between nonpolar surfaces in water. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 46: 6833-6
Curran DP, Zhang Q, Richard C, et al. (2006) Total synthesis of a 28-member stereoisomer library of murisolins. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 128: 9561-73
Gudipati V, Curran DP, Wilcox CS. (2006) Solution-phase parallel synthesis with oligoethylene glycol sorting tags. Preparation of all four stereoisomers of the hydroxybutenolide fragment of murisolin and related acetogenins. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 71: 3599-607
Wilcox CS, Gudipati V, Lu H, et al. (2005) Solution-phase mixture synthesis with double-separation tagging: double demixing of a single mixture provides a stereoisomer library of 16 individual murisolins. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 44: 6938-40
Wilcox CS, Turkyilmaz S. (2005) Oligomeric ethylene glycols as sorting tags for parallel and combinatorial mixture synthesis Tetrahedron Letters. 46: 1827-1829
Scott CN, Wilcox CS. (2005) A Mild Synthesis of Unsymmetrical Bis-Alkoxysilanes Through Catalyzed Alcoholysis of Hydridosilanes. Cheminform. 36
Bosanac T, Wilcox CS. (2004) Precipiton reagents: precipiton phosphines for solution-phase reductions. Organic Letters. 6: 2321-4
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