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Synthesizing a Key Piece for an Antibiotic Molecule Brought to you by : Latasha Anderson and Jacqueline Petroski Organic Chemistry Research Natural Product Synthesis Ripostatin Antibiotics Myxobacterium Handedness The Process The Big Picture Natural Product Synthesis

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Synthesizing a Key Piece for an Antibiotic Molecule

Brought to you by :

Latasha Anderson and Jacqueline Petroski


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Organic Chemistry Research

  • Natural Product Synthesis

  • Ripostatin Antibiotics

  • Myxobacterium

  • Handedness

  • The Process

  • The Big Picture


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Natural Product Synthesis

-A natural product is a “product (molecule) that is derived from plants, animals or microbial sources.

-They can have medicinal value.

-Synthesis means doing chemical reactions on a small molecule to add on or build up to bigger molecules.


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Why It’s Important

  • For decades, natural products have been a wellspring of drugs and drug leads.

  • Penicillin (a miracle drug) was discovered around WWII . It came from a mold!

  • There were 877 new chemical molecules introduced as drugs worldwide during 1981–2002.

  • 61% of those can be traced to or were inspired by natural products [J. Nat. Prod., 66, 1022 (2003)].



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Myxobacterium

  • Any of numerous gram-negative, rod-shaped saprophytic bacteria of the phylum Myxobacteria, typically found embedded in slime in which they form complex colonies and noted for their ability to move by gliding along surfaces without any known organ of locomotion.


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Myxobacterium

-Bacteria that predominantly live in the soil and other places……..


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Organic Molecules are Handed

  • They have a particular arrangement in 3-dimensional space.

  • The left and the right hand are not superimposable



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OUR GOAL

  • Our goal was to make a molecule called a sulfoxide and get as much purity in the handedness as possible.


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We made a ligand that blocked one face of the molecule so that the reaction had to occur from the other face.

The Process


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Sun, J.; Zhu, C.; Dai, Z.; that the reaction had to occur from the other face.Yang, M.; Pan, Y.; Hu, H.Journal of Organic Chemistry2004, 69, 8500-8503.


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Our reaction that the reaction had to occur from the other face.


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  • We left it in the freezer overnight. that the reaction had to occur from the other face.

  • Since there were some impurites in our reaction we went through three different steps for purification.

    ~Seperatory Funnel

    ~Flash Column Chromotagraphy/’Columning”

    ~Distilation


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The Bottom Line: Our Molecule’s Handedness that the reaction had to occur from the other face.

  • We made a significant amount of sulfoxide (at least 12g(!) purified)

  • To check our molecules handedness we took an optical rotation and found that out of 100 molecules, 85 were ‘right’ handed and 15 were ‘left’ handed. (Not too shabby!!)


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Big Picture that the reaction had to occur from the other face.


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Sources that the reaction had to occur from the other face.

  • http://www.naturalingredient.org/naturalingredients.htm

  • http://pubs.acs.org/cen/coverstory/8141/8141pharmaceuticals.html

  • http://encyclopedia.laborlawtalk.com/myxobacteria


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Acknowledments that the reaction had to occur from the other face.

  • Howard Hughes Medical Institiute

  • Kim Minor

  • Haverford College

  • Fran (not Blasé) Blase

  • Doug, Aaron, and Hernan


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Clean Glassware that the reaction had to occur from the other face.

Dirty Glassware

Aaron and Doug


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