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Table 2. Nitrogen substituents (protecting groups) of the urethane type Note i
Benzyloxycarbonyl- Z- or Cbz- 2-(p-Biphenylyl)isopropyloxycarbonyl- [strictly Bpoc- 1-(biphenyl-4-yl)-1-methylethoxycarbonyl-] p-Bromobenzyloxycarbonyl- Z(Br)- t-Butoxycarbonyl- Boc- or Bu[t]OCO- or t-BuOCO- or Me3C-OCO- [alpha],[alpha]-Dimethyl-3,5-dimethoxybenzyloxycarbonyl- Ddz- Fluoren-9-ylmethoxycarbonyl- Fmoc- p-Methoxybenzyloxycarbonyl- Z(OMe)- p-Nitrobenzyloxycarbonyl- Z(NO2)- p-Phenylazobenzyloxycarbonyl- Pz-Note (i) In the name column the locant "p-" should be in italics and in the symbol column the numbers should be subscript and the [t] should be a superscript "t".
Table 3. Non-urethane substituents for nitrogen, oxygen or sulfur Note iv
Acetamidomethyl- Acm- Acetyl- Ac- Benzoyl- (C6H5-CO-) PhCO- (or Bz-; see note in 3AA-18.1) Benzyl- (C6H5-CH2-) PhCH2- (or Bzl; see note in 3AA-18.1) Carbamoyl- NH2CO- (preferred to Cbm-) (3-Carboxy-4-nitrophenyl)thio- Nbs- (see 3AA-18.2) 3-Carboxypropanoyl- (HOOC-CH2-CH2-CO-) Suc- (see Note i) Dansyl-, 5-(dimethylamino)naphth-l-ylsulfonyl- Dns- 2,4-Dinitrophenyl- Dnp- or N2ph (see Note ii) Formyl- HCO- or For- (see Note iii) 4-Iodophenylsulfonyl- (pipsyl-) Ips- Maleoyl- (-OC-CH=CH-CO-) -Mal- or Mal< (C-404.1 of ref 14) Maleyl- (HOOC-CH=CH-CO-) Mal- 2-Nitrophenylthio- NpS (Nps- often used) Phenyl(thiocarbamoyl)- PhNHCS- or Ptc- Phthaloyl- -Pht- or Pht< Phthalyl- (o-carboxybenzoyl-) Pht- Succinyl- (-OC-CH2-CH2-CO-) -Suc- or Suc< (see Note i) Tosyl- Tos- Trifluoroacetyl- CF3CO- Trityl- (triphenylmethyl-) Ph3C- or Trt-Notes
(i) In organic nomenclature (C-404.1 of ), 'succinyl' signifies the bivalent group formed from succinic acid by removal of both hydroxyl groups, but in biochemical usage it usually signifies the 3-carboxypropanoyl group, e.g. succinyl-CoA.
(ii) The use of D for 'di' and T for 'tri' and 'tetra' is discouraged if these apply to atoms or groups for which simple symbols exist, e.g. in CF3 CO-, Me3Si and H4 folate. We feel less strongly when their avoidance involves giving unusual meanings to symbols, e.g. N for nitro, so Dnp and N2ph are offered as alternative symbols for dinitrophenyl. See also Note ii of 3AA-15.2.5.
(iii) The symbol HCO- is preferred to CHO- for the formyl group, because CHO- has sometimes been used to indicate the attachment of carbohydrate.
(iv) In the name column the locant "o-" should be in italics and in the symbol column and molecular formulae in the name column numbers should be subscript.
Table 4. Substituents at the carboxyl group Note i
Group Symbol Name of glycine derivative (see note ii) Benzotriazol-1-yloxy -OBt 1-(Glycyloxy)benzotriazole Benzyloxy -OCH2Ph Glycine benzyl ester (or-OBzl, see note in 3AA-18.1) tert-Butoxy -OCMe3 or -OBu[t] Glycine t-butyl ester Diphenylmethoxy -OCHPh2 or -OBzh Glycine diphenylmethyl ester (or benzhydryl ester) Ethoxy -OEt Glycine ethyl ester Methoxy -OMe Glycine methyl ester 4-Nitrobenzyloxy -ONb Glycine 4-nitrobenzyl ester 4-Nitrophenoxy -ONp Glycine 4-nitrophenyl ester 4-Nitrophenylthio -SNp Thioglycine S-(4-nitrophenyl ester) Pentachlorophenoxy -OPcp Glycine pentachlorophenyl ester Phenylthio -SPh Thioglycine S-(phenyl ester) Quinolin-8-yloxy -OQu Glycine quinolin-8-yl ester Succinimido-oxy -ONSu or -OSu N-(Glycyloxy)succinimide 2,4,5-Trichlorophenyloxy -OTcp Glycine 2,4,5-trichlorophenyl esterNote. (i) In the name Group column the prefix "tert-" should be in italics; in the Symbol column numbers should be subscript; and in the Name column "t-", "S-" and "N-" should be in italics.
(ii) Carboxyl substituents will not normally appear as prefixes in the names of derivatives of amino acids or peptides, so the name of the group, its prefix name, given in column 1, is little used in naming compounds. Column 3 is therefore given to show how derivatives containing the group are named (by one of the alternative methods of 3AA-9.1).