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Ni-Catalyzed C–H Functionalization in the Formation of a Complex Heterocycle: Synthesis of the Potent JAK2 Inhibitor BMS-911543
journal contributionposted on 2015-06-19, 00:00 authored by Monica A Fitzgerald, Omid Soltani, Carolyn Wei, Dimitri Skliar, Bin Zheng, Jun Li, Jacob Albrecht, Michael Schmidt, Michelle Mahoney, Richard J. Fox, Kristy Tran, Keming Zhu, Martin D. Eastgate
BMS-911543 is a complex pyrrolopyridine investigated as a potential treatment for myeloproliferative disorders. The development of a short and efficient synthesis of this molecule is described. During the course of our studies, a Ni-mediated C–N bond formation was invented, which enabled the rapid construction of the highly substituted 2-aminopyridine core. The synthesis of this complex, nitrogen-rich heterocycle was accomplished in only eight steps starting from readily available materials.