Welcome to Bode Research Group

Bode Research Group

News & Recent Publications

SnAP reagents are commercially available on SIGMA-ALDRICH!
Pusterla, I.; Bode, J. W. "An oxazetidine amino acid for chemical protein synthesis by rapid, serine-forming ligations", Nature Chem. 2015. Published online. Link (DOI: 10.1038/nchem.2282)
Rohrbacher, F.; Deniau, G.; Luther, A.; Bode, J. W. "Spontaneous Head-to-Tail Cyclization of Unprotected Linear Peptides with the KAHA Ligation", Chem. Sci. 2015, Accepted Manuscript. Link (DOI: 10.1039/C5SC01774B)
Mazunin, D.; Broguiere, N.; Zenobi-Wong, M.; Bode, J. W. "Synthesis of Biocompatible PEG Hydrogels by pH-Sensitive Potassium Acyltrifluoroborate (KAT) Amide Ligations", ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng. 2015, 1, 456–462. Link
Geoghegan, K.; Bode, J. W. "Bespoke SnAP Reagents for the Synthesis of C-Substituted Spirocyclic and Bicyclic Saturated N-Heterocycles", Org. Lett. 2015, Article ASAP. Link
Group Members, September 2014 @ Elm
Group Members, September 2014 @ Elm

New Synthetic Methodologies and Adaptive Organic Molecules

Welcome! Research in our group seeks to bring the experience and tactics of natural product total synthesis and the strategies of organic methodology development to bear on contemporary problems in reaction discovery, molecular biology, and materials science. Although the synthesis of organic molecules remains the cornerstone of our approach, we believe the molecules and methods developed in our laboratory will have wide ranging applications in emerging areas.


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