David A. Vosburg Publications

Professor Vosburg’s Publication List

34. “Divergent Diels-Alder reactions in the biosynthesis and synthesis of endiandric-type tetracycles: A computational study,” Kron, K.J.; Kosich, M.; Cave, R.J.; Vosburg, D.A. J. Org. Chem201883, 10941-10947, DOI: 10.1021/acs.joc.8b01594.

33. “Concise, diastereoconvergent synthesis of endiandric-type tetracycles by iterative cross coupling,” Go, E.B.; Wetzler, S.P.; Kim, L.J.; Chang, A.Y.; Vosburg, D.A. Tetrahedron 201672, 3790-3794, DOI: 10.1016/j.tet.2016.02.040.

32.“Self-assembly, guest capture, and NMR spectroscopy of a metal–organic cage in water,” Go, E.B.; Srisuknimit, V.; Cheng, S.L.; Vosburg, D.A. J. Chem. Educ. 201693, 368-371, DOI: 10.1021/acs.jchemed.5b00714 (featured on the journal cover: http://pubs.acs.org/toc/jceda8/93/2).

31.  “Direct, biomimetic synthesis of (+)-artemone via a stereoselective, organocatalytic cyclization,” Nacsa, E.D.; Fielder, B.C.; Wetzler, S.P.; Srisuknimit, V.; Litz, J.P.; Van Vleet, M.J.; Quach, K.; Vosburg, D.A. Synthesis 201547, 2599-2602, DOI: 10.1055/s-0034-1380684 (featured in Organic Chemistry Highlights: http://www.organic-chemistry.org/Highlights/2016/18April.shtm and in “Navigating the chiral pool in the total synthesis of complex terpene natural products,” Brill, Z.G.; Condakes, M.L.; Ting, C.P.; Maimone, T.J. Chem. Rev2017117, 11753-11795).

30.  “Radicinin from Cochliobolus sp. inhibits Xylella fastidiosa, the causal agent of Pierce’s Disease of grapevine,” Aldrich, T.J.; Rolshausen, P.E.; Roper, M.C.; Reader, J.M.; Steinhaus, M.J.; Rapicavoli, J.; Vosburg, D.A.; Maloney, K.N. Phytochemistry 2015116, 130-137, DOI: 10.1016/j.phytochem.2015.03.015.

29.  “Cooperative loading and release behavior of a metal-organic receptor,” Gan. Q.; Ronson, T.K.; Vosburg, D.A.; Thoburn, J.D.;  Nitschke, J.R. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015137, 1770-1773, DOI: 10.1021/ja5120437.

28. “‘Solvent-free synthesis and fluorescence of a thiol-reactive sensor for undergraduate organic laboratories,” Patterson, A.L.; May, M.D.; Visser, B.J.; Kislukhin, A.A.; Vosburg, D.A. J. Chem. Educ. 201390, 1685-1687, DOI: 10.1021/ed400445j.

27. “‘Click’ and olefin metathesis chemistry in water at room temperature enabled by biodegradable micelles,” Lipshutz, B.H.; Boskovic, Z.; Crowe, C.S.; Davis, V.K.; Whittemore, H.C.; Vosburg, D.A.; Wenzel, A.G. J. Chem. Educ201390, 1514-1517, DOI: 10.1021/ed300893u.

26. “Synthesis of cis and trans davanoids: Artemone, hydroxydavanone, isodavanone, and nordavanone,” Wan, K.K.; Evans-Klock, C.D.; Fielder, B.C.; Vosburg, D.A. Synthesis 201345, 1541-1545, DOI: 10.1055/s-0033-1338429.

25. “Green chemistry and biochemistry,” Vosburg, D.A. In Chemistry for Changing Times, J. W. Hill, T. W. McCreary, D. K. Kolb, 13th edition. New York: Pearson, 2012, p. 467.

24. “Chemoselective reactions of citral: Green syntheses of natural perfumes,” Cunningham, A.D.; Ham, E.Y.; Vosburg, D.A. J. Chem. Educ201188, 322-324, DOI: 10.1021/ed100539m.

23. “Two-step, stereoselective synthesis of linalyl oxides by asymmetric allylic O-alkylation,” Wan, K.K.; Litz, J.P.; Vosburg, D.A. Tetrahedron Asymm201021, 2425-2428, DOI: 10.1016/j.tetasy.2010.08.011.

22. “Green, enzymatic syntheses of divanillin and diapocynin for the organic, biochemistry, or advanced general chemistry laboratory,” Nishimura, R.T.; Giammanco, C.H.; Vosburg, D.A. J. Chem. Educ201087, 526-527, DOI: 10.1021/ed8001607.

21. “A green, enantioselective synthesis of warfarin for the undergraduate organic laboratory,” Wong, T.C.; Sultana, C.M.; Vosburg, D.A. J. Chem. Educ201087, 194-195, DOI: 10.1021/ed800040m.

20. “A concise, biomimetic total synthesis of (+)-davanone,” Morrison, K.C.; Litz, J.P.; Scherpelz, K.P.; Dossa, P.D.; Vosburg, D.A. Org. Lett200911, 2217-2218, DOI: 10.1021/ol900697w (highlighted in “The economies of synthesis,” Newhouse, T.; Baran, P.S.; Hoffmann, R.W. Chem. Soc. Rev200938, 3010-3021).

19. “Teaching organic synthesis: a comparative case study approach,” Vosburg, D.A. J. Chem. Educ200885, 1519-1523, DOI: 10.1021/ed085p1519 (highlighted in “Novel organic courses,” Clauss, A.W. on page 1523 of same issue).

18. “Dynamic thiolation-thioesterase structure of a non-ribosomal peptide synthetase,” Frueh, D.P.; Arthanari, H.; Koglin, A.; Vosburg, D.A.; Bennett, A.E.; Walsh, C.T.; Wagner, G. Nature 2008454, 903-906 (highlighted on pages 832-833 of same issue).

17. “Characterization of the aminocarboxycyclopropane-forming enzyme CmaC,” Kelly, W.L.; Boyne, M.T., II; Yeh, E.; Vosburg, D.A.; Galonic, D.P.; Kelleher, N.L.; Walsh, C.T. Biochemistry 200746, 359-368.

16. “Enzymatic generation of the antimetabolite γ,γ-dichloroaminobutyrate by NRPS and mononuclear iron halogenase action in a streptomycete,” Ueki, M.; Galonic, D.P.; Vaillancourt, F.H.; Garneau-Tsodikova, S.; Yeh, E.; Vosburg, D.A.; Schroeder, F.C.; Osada, H.; Walsh, C.T. Chem. Biol200613, 1183-1191.

15. “Nature’s inventory of halogenation catalysts: oxidative strategies predominate,” Vaillancourt, F.H.; Yeh, E.; Vosburg, D.A.; Garneau-Tsodikova, S.; Walsh, C.T. Chem. Rev2006106, 3364-3378.

14. “Non-uniformly sampled double-TROSY hNcaNH experiments for NMR sequential assignments of large proteins,” Frueh, D.P.; Sun, Z.-Y. J.; Vosburg, D.A.; Walsh, C.T.; Hoch, J.C.; Wagner, G. J. Am. Chem. Soc2006128, 5757-5763.

13. “Dichlorination and bromination of a threonyl-S-carrier protein by the non-heme Fe(II) halogenase SyrB2,” Vaillancourt, F.H.; Vosburg, D.A.; Walsh, C.T. ChemBioChem 20067, 748-752.

12. “Determination of all nOes in 1H-13C-Me-ILV-U-2H-15N proteins with two time-shared experiments,” Frueh, D.P.; Vosburg, D.A.; Walsh, C.T.; Wagner, G. J. Biomol. NMR 200634, 31-40.

11. “Cryptic chlorination by a non-heme iron enzyme during cyclopropyl amino acid biosynthesis,” Vaillancourt, F.H.; Yeh, E.; Vosburg, D.A.; O’Connor, S.E.; Walsh, C.T.Nature 2005436, 1191-1194 (highlighted on page 1094 of same issue).

10. “Nature’s assembly line logic for natural products,” Walsh, C.T.; Kruger, R.G.; Vosburg, D.A. Chemtracts 200518, 307-320.

9. “Natural product biosynthetic assembly lines: prospects and challenges for reprogramming,” Vosburg, D.A.; Walsh, C.T. Ernst-Schering Res. Found. Workshop200551, 261-284.

8. “An enantioselective synthesis of FR182877 provides a chemical rationalization of its structure and affords multigram quantities of its direct precursor,” Vanderwal, C.D.; Vosburg, D.A.; Weiler, S.; Sorensen, E.J. J. Am. Chem. Soc2003125, 5393-5407.

7. “Concise stereocontrolled routes to fumagillol, fumagillin, and TNP-470,” Vosburg, D.A.; Weiler, S.; Sorensen, E.J. Chirality 200315, 156-166.

6. “A synthesis of (+)-FR182877 featuring tandem transannular Diels-Alder reactions inspired by a postulated biogenesis,” Vosburg, D.A.; Vanderwal, C.D.; Sorensen, E.J. J. Am. Chem. Soc2002124, 4552-4553.

5. “Intramolecular allenolate acylations in studies toward a synthesis of FR182877,” Vanderwal, C.D.; Vosburg, D.A.; Sorensen, E.J. Org. Lett20013, 4307-4310.

4. “Intramolecular hetero Diels-Alder routes to γ-carboline alkaloids,” Snyder, S.A.; Vosburg, D.A.; Jarvis, M.G.; Markgraf, J.H. Tetrahedron 200056, 5329-5335.

3. “Postulated biogenesis of WS9885B and progress toward an enantioselective synthesis,” Vanderwal, C.D.; Vosburg, D.A.; Weiler, S.; Sorensen, E.J. Org. Lett1999,1, 645-648.

2. “A concise synthesis of fumagillol,” Vosburg, D.A.; Weiler, S.; Sorensen, E.J. Angew. Chem1999111, 1024-1027; Angew. Chem. Int. Ed199938, 971-974.

1. “A concise route to isocanthin-6-one,” Markgraf, J.H.; Snyder, S.A.; Vosburg, D.A.Tetrahedron Lett199839, 1111-1112.