Mark G. McLaughlin

2010-2014 Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom 
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Roberts DD, McLaughlin MG. (2021) Regioselective Synthesis of Multifunctional Allylic Amines; Access to Ambiphilic Aziridine Scaffolds. Organic Letters. 23: 4463-4467
Basson AJ, McLaughlin MG. (2021) Sustainable Access to 5-Amino-Oxazoles and Thiazoles via Calcium-Catalyzed Elimination-Cyclization with Isocyanides. Chemsuschem
Whittaker A, Patel NR, Huffman MA, et al. (2020) Five-Step Enantioselective Synthesis of Islatravir via Asymmetric Ketone Alkynylation and an Ozonolysis Cascade. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany)
Patel NR, Nawrat CC, McLaughlin M, et al. (2020) Synthesis of Islatravir Enabled by a Catalytic, Enantioselective Alkynylation of a Ketone. Organic Letters
Basson AJ, McLaughlin MG. (2020) Synthesis of Functionalized Isoindolinones via Calcium Catalyzed Generation and Trapping of -Acyliminium Ions. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 85: 5615-5628
Nawrat CC, Whittaker AM, Huffman MA, et al. (2020) Nine-Step Stereoselective Synthesis of Islatravir from Deoxyribose. Organic Letters
Britten TK, McLaughlin MG. (2020) Brønsted Acid Catalyzed Peterson Olefinations. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 85: 301-305
Huffman MA, Fryszkowska A, Alvizo O, et al. (2019) Design of an in vitro biocatalytic cascade for the manufacture of islatravir. Science (New York, N.Y.). 366: 1255-1259
Basson AJ, McLaughlin MG. (2019) Functionalisation of isoindolinones via a calcium catalysed Hosomi-Sakurai allylation. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 55: 8317-8320
Kiely-Collins HJ, Sechi I, Brennan PE, et al. (2018) Mild, calcium catalysed Beckmann rearrangements. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 54: 654-657
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