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Ethylene chlorophosphate is used in the syntheses of 2-methacryloyoxyethylphophocholine, phosphatidylcholines, 2',3'-O-16-hentriacontanyliden-adenosine-5'-phosphocholine and hexadecylphosphocholine. It is also involved the synthesis of alpha-naphthylphosphorylcholine, which is used to detect phospholipase C activity. It is an important reactant for the synthesis of a zwitterionic silane, UV-polymerizable lipids utilizing Chabrier reaction and block copolymers of poly(aliphatic ester) clickable polyphosphoester.
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Rosseto, R.; Hajdu, J. Synthesis of phospholipids on a glyceric acid scaffold: design and preparation of phospholipase A 2 specific substrates. Tetrahedron 2014, 70 (19), 3155-3165.
Gefahrenhinweise (EU): H314-H318
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