InterBioScreen Monograph Series

SELECTED METHODS
FOR SYNTHESIS AND MODIFICATION
OF HETEROCYCLES

THE CHEMISTRY
OF SYNTHETIC INDOLE SYSTEMS

Edited by Prof. V.G. Kartsev

International Editorial Board:
Prof. Bergman J.
(Sweden)
Prof. Corey E.J. (USA, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1990),
Prof. Noyori R. (Japan, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2001),
Prof. Huisgen R. (Germany),
Prof. Van der Plas H.C. (The Netherlands),
Prof. Katritzky A.R. (USA).

 

3 Volume, 580 pages, Moscow: IBS Press, 2004

Thereby InterBioScreen Ltd. continues publishing a series of monographs entitled Selected Methods for Synthesis and Modification of Heterocycles and devoted to the current aspects of heterocyclic chemistry based on the recent data obtained by chemists from Russia, republics of the former Soviet Union (CIS), and Europe.

Volumes 1 and 2 of the series have been published by IBS Press, Moscow in 2003. Volume 1 is a collection of the review articles on the synthesis and modification of N-containing heterocycles while volume 2, on those of O- and S-containing heterocyclic systems.

As suggested by the International Editorial Board, we devote our forthcoming volumes to the key classes of heterocycles: this (third) volume deals with the chemistry of synthetic indole systems while the fourth, with the chemistry and biological activity of natural indole-containing compounds.

The reviews collected in this volume cover wide range of indoles: from the simplest representatives to complicated synthetic and naturally occurring condensed systems. Great attention is given to the biological activity and other applications of indoles, which makes the book useful and instructive not only to synthetic chemists but also to biochemists, pharmacologists, and medicinal chemists.

According to our tradition, volume 3 also includes about 60 most interesting synthetic protocols for the preparation of various indole systems suggested by researchers from Russia, CIS and European countries.


V.G. Kartsev
Moscow, November 2004




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SELECTED METHODS
FOR SYNTHESIS AND MODIFICATION
OF HETEROCYCLES

THE CHEMISTRY OF
SYNTHETIC INDOLE SYSTEMS


Edited by Prof. V.G. Kartsev




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CONTENTS
VOLUME 3


Berestovitskaya V.M., Aboskalova N.I., Makarenko S.V.
Synthesis of b-nitroethyl(vinyl)
7
Bergman J., Janosik T.
Synthesis and reactions of sulfur-containing indole derivatives
32
Feshchenko N.G., Ivonin S.P., Tolmachev A.A., Pinchuk A.M.
Phosphorylated indoles
61
Macaev F.Z.
Synthesis of spiroindolin-2-ones from 1H-indole-2,3-dione
75
Makosza M., Wojciechowski K.
Reactions of nucleophiles with nitroarenes: Efficient synthetic routes to indoles
103
Przheval'skii N.M., Skvortsova N.S., Magedov I.V.
Synthesis of indoles containing the C(3)-A bond (A = N, S, O)
144
Rusinov V.L., Zyryanov G.V., Chupakhin O.N.
Direct introduction of indoles into azines
185
Samsoniya Sh.., Chikvadze I.Sh., Narindoshvili .G.
Derivatives of 2-phenylindole
219
Simakov S.V.
The chemistry of aminoindoles
260
Suzdalev K.F., Babakova M.N.
Recent advances in the chemistry of formyl- and acylindoles
311
Velikorodov .V.
Quinones and quinoids in synthesis and modification of indoles
364
Vizer S.A., Dembitsky V.M., Dedeshko E.C., Yerzhanov K.B.
Synthesis of indole-containing systems by cyclization of acetylenic and allenic compounds
406
Voskresenskii L.G., Varlamov .V.
New trends in the chemistry of azaindoles
437
Yamashkin S.A.
Nitroindoles, aminoindoles, and pyrroloquinolines
459
Selected synthetic protocols
483-576
Author index
577-579


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