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Methyl phosphorodichloridite is a reagent for the phosphite coupling method of oligonucleotide synthesis. It is employed in the preparation of phosphonamidate- and phosphonate-linked phosphonopeptides, 2-(2-iodophenyl)ethyl methyl phosphite derivative of an alcohol, deoxyoligonucleotides on a polymer support, cis- and trans-2-oxo-2-propionyl-1,3,2-oxazaphosphorinane, phosphorodichloridothioates and oxazaphosphorinanes.
Hiroshi Sugiyama.; Cheng Xu.; Natesan Murugesan.; Sidney M. Hecht.; Gijs A. Van der Marel.; Jacques H. Van Boom. Chemistry of the alkali-labile lesion formed from iron(II) bleomycin and d(CGCTTTAAAGCG). Biochemistry. 1988, 27 (1), 58-673.
Louis d. quin.; Charles h. rolston. Preparation of Trichloromethylphosphonous Dichloride. Reduction of Tetrachlorophosphoranes with Methyl Phosphorodichloridite. J. Org. Chem. 1958, 23 (11), 1693-1694.
Key reagent for the phosphite coupling method of oligonucleotide synthesis: Tetrahedron Lett., 1859 (1981).
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