Privileged Substructure-Based Diversity-Oriented Synthesis Pathway for Diverse Pyrimidine-Embedded Polyheterocycles


A new diversity-oriented synthesis pathway for the fabrication of a pyrimidine-embedded polyheterocycles library was developed for potential interactions with diverse biopolymers. Five different pyrimidine-embedded core skeletons were synthesized from <i>ortho</i>-alkynylpyrimidine carbaldehydes by a silver- or iodine-mediated tandem cyclization strategy. The resulting polyheterocycles possess diverse fused ring sizes and positions with potential functionalities for further modification

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