Automated Generation of a Dihydropyrimidine Library Using Sequential Microwave-Assisted Synthesis
Alexander Stadler and C. Oliver Kappe,
Karl-Franzens UniversityDate Posted: Thursday, March 30, 2006
The aim of this study was to generate a library of dihydropyrimidines utilizing rapid automated sequential microwave-assisted chemistry.
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