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Vinylacetic acid used in the preparation of strained nitroso Diels-Aldrer adducts which undergo a domino ROC metathesis in the presence of Ru-carbene catalysts and olefins. It is used in the synthesis of polyethylene glycolated boltorn coatings. It was used to study the inhibition of the enzyme-catalyzed conversion of D-tyrosyl- phenylalanyl-glycine to D-tyrosyl-phenylaline amide by non-peptide carboxylic acids.
Marco Laurenti; Pablo Guardia; Rafael Contreras-Cáceres; Jorge Pérez-Juste; Antonio Fernandez-Barbero; Enrique Lopez-Cabarcos; Jorge Rubio-Retama. Synthesis of thermosensitive microgels with a tunable magnetic core.Langmuir.2011, 27 (17), 10484-10491.
A F Bradbury; J Mistry; B A Roos; D G Smyth. 4-Phenyl-3-butenoic acid, an in vivo inhibitor of peptidylglycine hydroxylase (peptide amidating enzyme).European Journal of Biochemistry.1990, 189 (2), 363-368.
ß-Unsaturated acids, including vinylacetic acid, undergo bromolactonization with bromine in the presence of bicarbonate giving a mixture of ß- and -lactones: J. Org. Chem., 55, 2487 (1990). Further treatment of the lactone mixture with AgNO3 in acetic acid provides a route to butenolides: Tetrahedron Lett., 34, 1411 (1993).
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