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54]. These compounds have biological activity in the nM range. An example of the formation of these furazan (1,2,5oxadiazole) derivatives is shown in Scheme 9. The diol 50 was oxidized to the diketone 51 using TEMPO and sodium hypochlorite. Transformation to the bisoxime 52 was performed in an excess of hydroxylamine hydrochloride and pyridine at high temperature for several days. Basic dehydration of 52 formed two products (53a and b). A Mitsunobu reaction was then employed using toluene as solvent to form compound 53b in 24% yield.
5 h, Bu3 SnCl (ii) H2 O, HCl, THF, –40 to 0 ◦ C; b 163, 10% Pd(PPh3 )4 , PhCH3 , 110 ◦ C; c ethylene glycol, APTS; d LTMP, THF – 75 ◦ C, 165; e MnO2 , THF, rt; f p-CH3 OC6 H4 B(OH)2 , Pd(PPh3 )4 , EtOH, K2 CO3 , PhCH3 , 8 h; g 6 M aq. 5 h  Scheme 43 a Hydrazine hydrate, CH2 Cl2/EtOH; b Ac2 O; c H2 /Pd – C, EtOAc; d separate regioisomers by ﬂash chromatography  42 T. Brown et al. Similarly, Scheme 44 indicates that Selvan et al. , 170) . Although this example is a curcumin analog and not a chalcone derivative, it has been included as this class of compounds exhibited anti-oxidant and COX-1/COX-2 activity.
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