Construction of Polyheterocyclic Benzopyran Library with Diverse Core Skeletons through Diversity-Oriented Synthesis Pathway: Part II
journal contributionposted on 2016-02-22, 06:25 authored by Mingyan Zhu, Byung Joon Lim, Minseob Koh, Seung Bum Park
As a continuation of our previous report (J. Comb. Chem. 2010, 12, 548–558), we accomplished the diversity-oriented synthesis of polyheterocyclic small-molecule library with privileged benzopyran substructure. To ensure the synthetic efficiency, we utilized the solid-phase parallel platform and the fluorous-tag-based solution-phase parallel platform to construct a 284-member polyheterocyclic library with six distinct core skeletons with an average purity of 87% on a scale of 5–10 mg. This library was designed to maximize the skeletal diversity with discrete core skeletons in three-dimensional space and the combinatorial diversity with four different benzopyranyl starting materials and various building blocks. Together with our reported benzopyranyl library, we completed the construction of polyheterocyclic benzopyran library with 11 unique scaffolds and their molecular diversity was visualized in chemical space using principle component analysis (PCA).