Lawrence Stanley Weiler, Ph.D.

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Chemistry University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
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Robert B. Woodward grad student 1964-1968 Harvard
 (Further Studies on Magnamycin)

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Gerald Hammond grad student
Claude Spino grad student 1983-1988 UBC
Michael D. Pungente grad student 1997 UBC
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Pungente MD, Weiler L, Ziltener HJ. (2002) Antibody-catalyzed formation of a 14-membered ring lactone Canadian Journal of Chemistry. 80: 1643-1645
Pungente MD, Weiler L. (2001) Synthesis and stereochemical elucidation of a 14-membered ring phosphonate Organic Letters. 3: 643-646
Clyne DS, Weiler L. (2001) The conformational analysis of 14-membered macrocyclic ethers Tetrahedron. 56: 1281-1297
Goldring WP, Weiler L. (1999) Cytotoxic alkaloids motuporamines A-C: synthesis and structural verification. Organic Letters. 1: 1471-3
Clyne DS, Weiler L. (1999) The synthesis of 14-membered macrocyclic ethers Tetrahedron. 55: 13659-13682
Goldring WPD, Hodder AS, Weiler L. (1998) Synthesis of macrocyclic lactams and lactones via ring-closing olefin metathesis Tetrahedron Letters. 39: 4955-4958
Sharadendu A, Weiler L. (1998) Reactivity of 3-oxo-15-hexadecanolide Tetrahedron Letters. 39: 2443-2446
Ferro V, Weiler L, Withers SG. (1998) Convergent synthesis of a fluorescence-quenched glycopeptide as a potential substrate for peptide: N-glycosidases Carbohydrate Research. 306: 531-538
Ferro V, Weiler L, Withers SG, et al. (1998) N-Glycosyl phosphonamidates: Potential transition-state analogue inhibitors of glycopeptidases Canadian Journal of Chemistry. 76: 313-318
Ivery MTG, Weiler L. (1997) Modeling the interaction between FK506 and FKBP12: A mechanism for formation of the calcineurin inhibitory complex Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry. 5: 217-232
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