Modern Routes to Tertiary Amide Formation with Potential Applications for Solid Phase Peptide Synthesis

My first summer has been focused on reviewing a large series of modern methods of forming tertiary amides, typically in solution phase conditions, that have not been tested with but could be translated across to the solid phase peptide synthesis of difficult-to-form-at-high-yield peptoid linkages.

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