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Dibenzyl phosphite is used for the phosphorylation of phenols involves reaction in the presence of N-ethyldiisopropylamine and DMAP to give the dibenzyl phenyl phosphate. It is used in the preparation of phenylalkylphosphonamidates which are then used as probes for a hydrophobic binding register in prostate-specific membrane antigen.
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Yu-Pei Cheng; Hui-Ting Chen; Chun-Cheng Lin. A convenient and highly stereoselective approach for α-galactosylation performed by galactopyranosyl dibenzyl phosphite with remote participating groups.Tetrahedron Letters.2002, 43 7721-7723.
A selective method for the phosphorylation of phenols involves reaction in the presence of N-ethyldiisopropylamine and DMAP to give the dibenzyl phenyl phosphate: Tetrahedron Lett., 37, 771 (1996).
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