A new approach to 3-substituted tetrahydro-β-carboline derivative via diethyl acetamidomalonate
Strategically a new approach for the synthesis tetrahydro-β-carboline unit with the aid of diethyl acetamidomalonate as a glycine equivalent has been described.
KeywordsDiethyl acetamidomalonate Indole alkaloids Tetrahydro-β-carboline Unusual α-amino acid derivatives
We are grateful to DST and CSIR for the financial support and SAIF Mumbai for providing the spectral data. S. M. thank CSIR (New Delhi) for the award of research fellowship. S. K. thank DST for the award of J. C. Bose fellowship.
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