Francis Gosselin, Ph.D.

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2000 Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada 
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Organic Chemistry
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William D. Lubell grad student 2000 Université de Montréal
 (Methodologie de synthese d'acides amines azacycloalcanes enantiopurs en solution et sur support solide.)
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Gosselin F, Tourwé D, Ceusters M, et al. (2001) Probing opioid receptor-ligand interactions by employment of indolizidin-9-one amino acid as a constrained Gly(2)-Gly(3) surrogate in a leucine-enkephalin mimic. The Journal of Peptide Research : Official Journal of the American Peptide Society. 57: 337-44
Halab L, Gosselin F, Lubell WD. (2000) Design, synthesis, and conformational analysis of azacycloalkane amino acids as conformationally constrained probes for mimicry of peptide secondary structures. Biopolymers. 55: 101-22
Gosselin F, Lubell WD. (2000) Rigid dipeptide surrogates: syntheses of enantiopure quinolizidinone and pyrroloazepinone amino acids from a common diaminodicarboxylate precursor. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 65: 2163-71
Swarbrick ME, Gosselin F, Lubell WD. (1999) Alkyl Substituent Effects on Pipecolyl Amide Isomer Equilibrium: Efficient Methodology for Synthesizing Enantiopure 6-Alkylpipecolic Acids and Conformational Analysis of Their N-Acetyl N'-Methylamides. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 64: 1993-2002
Gosselin F, Lubell WD. (1998) An Olefination Entry for the Synthesis of Enantiopure alpha,omega-Diaminodicarboxylates and Azabicyclo[X.Y.0]alkane Amino Acids. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 63: 7463-7471
Gosselin F, Di Renzo M, Ellis TH, et al. (1996) Photoacoustic FTIR Spectroscopy, a Nondestructive Method for Sensitive Analysis of Solid-Phase Organic Chemistry. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 61: 7980-7981
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