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Publications:  Dr Christopher Bray

Shirley HJ, Bray CD(2019). A biomimetic approach towards phorone sesterterpenoids. Org Biomol Chem vol. 17, (29) 6985-6988.
Shirley HJ, Jamieson ML, Brimble MA, Bray CD(2018). A new family of sesterterpenoids isolated around the Pacific Rim. Natural Product Reports vol. 35, (3) 210-219.
Llorente-Garcia I, Lenn T, Erhardt H, Harriman OL, Liu L-N, Robson A, Chiu S-W, Matthews S et al.(2018). Corrigendum to "Single-molecule in vivo imaging of bacterial respiratory complexes indicates delocalized oxidative phosphorylation" [Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1837(6) (2014) 811-824 DOI: 10.1016/j.bbabio.2014.01.020]. Biochim Biophys Acta vol. 1859, (2) 164-164.
Shirley HJ, Bray CD(2016). Spiroketal Formation by Cascade Oxidative Dearomatization: An Approach to the Phorbaketal Skeleton. European Journal of Organic Chemistry vol. 2016, (8) 1504-1507.
Smith GMT, Burton PM, Bray CD(2015). Sultones and Sultines via a Julia-Kocienski Reaction of Epoxides. Angewandte Chemie - International Edition vol. 54, (50) 15236-15240.
Willis NJ, Bray CD(2015). An ortho-quinone methide based strategy towards the rubromycin spiroketal family. RSC Advances vol. 5, (98) 80212-80215.
Minicone F, Rogers WJ, Green JFJ, Khan M, Smith GMT, Bray CD(2014). Direct conversion of epoxides into aziridines with N-arylphosphoramidates. TETRAHEDRON LETTERS vol. 55, (43) 5890-5891.
Llorente-Garcia I, Lenn T, Erhardt H, Harriman OL, Liu L-N, Robson A, Chiu S-W, Matthews S et al.(2014). Single-molecule in vivo imaging of bacterial respiratory complexes indicates delocalized oxidative phosphorylation. Biochim Biophys Acta vol. 1837, (6) 811-824.
Willis NJ, Bray CD(2012). ortho-Quinone methides in natural product synthesis. Chemistry vol. 18, (30) 9160-9173.
Bray CD, Minicone F(2010). Stereocontrolled synthesis of quaternary cyclopropyl esters. Chem Commun (Camb) vol. 46, (32) 5867-5869.
Bray CD, de Faveri G(2010). Stereocontrolled synthesis of trans-cyclopropyl sulfones from terminal epoxides. J Org Chem vol. 75, (13) 4652-4655.
Tang BC, Bray CD, Pattenden G, Rogers J(2010). Total synthesis of (+)-Z-deoxypukalide, a furanobutenolide-based cembranoid isolated from the pacific octocoral Leptogorgia spp. TETRAHEDRON vol. 66, (13) 2492-2500.
Bray CD, Olasoji J(2010). A Total Synthesis of (+)-Bacillamide B. SYNLETT (4) 599-601.
Tang B, Bray CD, Pattenden G(2009). Total synthesis of (+)-intricarene using a biogenetically patterned pathway from (-)-bipinnatin J, involving a novel transannular [5+2] (1,3-dipolar) cycloaddition. Org Biomol Chem vol. 7, (21) 4448-4457.
Hodgson DM, Bray CD, Kindon ND, Reynolds NJ, Coote SJ, Um JM, Houk KN(2009). Synthesis and C-alkylation of hindered aldehyde enamines. J Org Chem vol. 74, (3) 1019-1028.
Bray CD(2009). A Diels-Alder approach to benzannulated [5,6]-spiroketals. Synthesis (11)
Bray CD(2008). An Approach to Benzannelated [5,6]-Spiroketals. SYNLETT (16) 2500-2502.
Bray CD(2008). An approach to benzannelated [5,6]-spiroketals. Synlett (16) 2500-2502.
Bray CD(2008). Generation and hetero-Diels-Alder reactions of an o-quinone methide under mild, anionic conditions: rapid synthesis of mono-benzannelated spiroketals. ORG BIOMOL CHEM vol. 6, (15) 2815-2819.
Tang BC, Bray CD, Pattenden G(2006). A biomimetic total synthesis of (+)-intricarene. TETRAHEDRON LETT vol. 47, (36) 6401-6404.
Bray CD, Pattenden G(2006). A biogenetically patterned synthetic approach to the unusual furan methylenecyclobutanol moiety in providencin. TETRAHEDRON LETT vol. 47, (23) 3937-3939.
Hodgson DM, Bray CD(2006). Metalated Epoxides and Aziridines in Synthesis. Aziridines and Epoxides in Organic Synthesis,
Hodgson DM, Bray CD, Humphreys PG(2006). Expanding the utility of lithiated epoxides and aziridines in synthesis. SYNLETT (1) 1-22.
Hodgson DM, Bray CD, Kindon ND(2005). 2-Ene-1,4-diols by dimerization of terminal epoxides using hindered lithium amides. Org Lett vol. 7, (12) 2305-2308.
Hodgson DM, Bray CD, Kindon ND(2004). Enamines from terminal epoxides and hindered lithium amides. J Am Chem Soc vol. 126, (22) 6870-6871.
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