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Research Expertise & Professional Interests John Porco investigates chemical syntheses of complex molecules and synthesis of complex chemical libraries of novel structural types. John joined the Department of Chemistry at Boston University in 1999 after a successful career in industry and was rapidly promoted to Professor of Chemistry in September 2004. Research in the Porco Group is focused in two major areas: the development of new synthetic methodologies for efficient chemical synthesis of complex molecules and synthesis of complex chemical libraries, the latter conducted at the Boston University Center for Molecular Discovery. Synthetic methodologies developed in the Porco Laboratory include copper (I)-mediated formation of enamides, oxa-electrocyclization/dimerization of dienals enroute to complex epoxyquinoids; enantioselective oxidative dearomatization using chiral copper complexes and molecular oxygen; photocycloaddition using oxidopyryliums enroute to the rocaglamides and related natural products, and catalytic ester-amide exchange using group (IV) metal alkoxide-activator complexes. -Dearomatization Strategies in Complex Synthesis aim to utilize aromatic scaffolds as starting materials as precursors to complex natural products. -Faculty Profile Scientific Image Porco 1Biomimetic Synthesis Approaches involve development of methodologies to test plausible biosyntheses of complex natural products and derivatives. -New Reaction Discovery is done in conjunction with the BU-CMD and aims to discover transformations leading to novel chemotypes. Techniques & Resources: -Organic Synthesis techniques are used and include modern methods for synthesis, purification, and analysis of organic molecules . -Boston University Center for Molecular Discovery (BU-CMD) is an NIH-funded Center at Boston University which focuses on development of new methodologies for the synthesis of complex chemical libraries.

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Academic Article Automated chemical synthesis: from resins to instruments.
Academic Article Enantioselective synthesis of linear polypropionate arrays using anthracene-tagged organosilanes.
Academic Article A mu-eta2:eta2-disulfide dicopper(II) complex from reaction of S8 with a copper(I) precursor: reactivity of the bound disulfur moiety.
Academic Article Enantioselective photocycloaddition mediated by chiral Brønsted acids: asymmetric synthesis of the rocaglamides.
Academic Article Catalytic ester-amide exchange using group (IV) metal alkoxide-activator complexes.
Academic Article Preparation of alkylidene indane and related scaffolds and their further elaboration to novel chemotypes.
Academic Article Reaction discovery using microfluidic-based multidimensional screening of polycyclic iminium ethers.
Academic Article Asymmetric total synthesis of the epoxykinamycin FL-120?B''.
Academic Article Remodelling of the natural product fumagillol employing a reaction discovery approach.
Academic Article Structural and synthetic studies of the spore germination autoinhibitor, gloeosporone.
Academic Article Chemistry and biology of rocaglamides (= flavaglines) and related derivatives from aglaia species (meliaceae).
Academic Article Total Syntheses of the Isomeric Aglain Natural Products Foveoglin A and Perviridisin B: Selective Excited-State Intramolecular Proton-Transfer Photocycloaddition.
Academic Article Chemical Synthesis Enables Structural Reengineering of Aglaroxin C Leading to Inhibition Bias for Hepatitis C Viral Infection.
Academic Article Structural basis for species-selective targeting of Hsp90 in a pathogenic fungus.
Grant Elucidating the T Brachyury pathway in Chordoma Using a Chemical Biology Approach

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