Chemical synthesis of lampteroflavin as light emitter in the luminous mushroom, lampteromyces japonicus

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Abstract

The synthesis of lampteroflavin (the light emitter of the luminous mushroom, Lampteromyces japonicus) is described. Protected riboflavin was stereoselectively glycosylated with ribofuranosyl imidate to give largely the α-product. Chloroethyl group which could be removed under neutral condition contributed to this synthesis. © 1991.

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Takahashi, H., Isobe, M., & Goto, T. (1991). Chemical synthesis of lampteroflavin as light emitter in the luminous mushroom, lampteromyces japonicus. Tetrahedron, 47(32), 6215–6222. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0040-4020(01)86553-4

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