The Use of a Supported Base and Strong Cation Exchange (SCX) Chromatography to Prepare a Variety of Structurally-Diverse Molecular Libraries Prepared by Solution-Phase Methods
The preparation of molecular libraries of aminomethylbiaryls, allylic amines, and ethanolamines using solution-phase methodology is described. In particular, the use of a solid-supported base reagent (PTBD resin) and strong cation exchange(SCX) resin to effect ‘catch and release’ purification across these diverse libraries is highlighted.
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Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: May 1, 2002
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