Computer-Aided Synthesis Planning (CASP) is gaining popularity and being used in labs around the world to help speed & enhance route selection and drive innovation in compound design. This month’s featured publication was recently published in the journal Tetrahedron and focuses on strategies and tactics used towards the synthesis of pupukeanane natural products. Research groups at UC Berkely and the University of Notre Dame used SYNTHIA™ Retrosynthesis Software to develop novel routes to several pupukeanane natural products. To learn all the details in the synthesis planning of this stained natural product, read the full article online.
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