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N-Fmoc-L-isoleucine is an unnatural amino acid used for peptidomimetics. It is also used as a pharmaceutical intermediate.
M.L. Di Gioia.; A. Leggio.; A. Le Pera.; C. Siciliano.; A. Liguori.; G. Sindona. An efficient and highly selective deprotection of N-Fmoc-α-amino acid and lipophilic N-Fmoc-dipeptide methyl esters with aluminum trichloride and N,N-dimethylaniline. The Journal of Peptide Research. 2004, 63 (4), 383-387.
Mariagiovanna Spinella.; Rosaria De Marco.; Emilia L. Belsito.; Antonella Leggio.; Angelo Liguori. Eckert. The dimethylsulfoxonium methylide as unique reagent for the simultaneous deprotection of amino and carboxyl function of N-Fmoc-α-amino acid and N-Fmoc-peptide esters. Tetrahedron. 2013, 69 (8), 2010-2016.