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Solvent-controlled diastereoselectivity in
tryptophan-catalyzed Mannich reactions

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Solvent effects in the L-tryptophan-catalyzed
Mannich reaction between hydroxyacetone and
glyoxylate imines have been examined. The use of a
DMSO/1-butanol (4:1 v/v) mixture as solvent at rt provided
the expected Mannich adducts in good yields, high
anti-diastereoselectivity (up to 10.3:1 anti/syn ratio) and
excellent enantioselectivities (up to >99.9% ee for the anti
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