Synthesis of ethriolophospholipids of acetal type


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Abstract

New analogues of acetal-type phospholipids were obtained on the basis of ethriol (2-hydroxymethy1-2-ethyl-1,3-propanediol). The starting triol originally was condensed with decanal or dodecanal to form acetals, which were then phosphorylated with tetraethyldiamidophosphorous acid chloride. The amidophosphites were further oxidized with iodosobenzene or sulfurized to the corresponding acetal-type phospholipids and their thio analogues.

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