Grant R. Krow

 

Grant Krow

 

Professor

B.A. (1963), Albright College
Ph.D. (1967) Princeton University
Postdoctoral Fellow ('67-69) Ohio State University

J.D. (1978) Temple University

 

 

OFFICE
Beury Hall 444


MAILING ADDRESS

Department of Chemistry
Beury Hall 130
1901 N. 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122


PHONE

office: 215-204-7154
fax: 215-204-1532
lab: 215-204-6209


E-MAIL
grkrow@temple.edu

 

RESEARCH GROUP

Organic

Research Interests

Synthetic and Mechanistic Organic Chemistry

Small Bridged-Ring Nitrogen Heterocycles.   Synthetic methods are under development to prepare methanopyrrolidines (2-azabicyclo[2.1.1]hexanes) 1 with heteroatom, alkyl, aryl, or acyl functionality at the various ring positions C 1 -C 6 .   Our major current efforts are directed toward discovery of efficient photochemical or rearrangement routes that will allow for stereocontrol and regiocontrol in the introduction of substituents.

 

Bioactive Molecule Synthesis.   We are applying insights obtained from the preparation of methanopyrrolidines 1 to the generation of monomer pools for incorporation into ß-peptide tertiary amide foldamers 2 .   Other projects involve synthesis of conformationally constrained analogs of heteroatom-functionalized methanoprolines 3 in the search for more stable forms of collagen.

 

 

Selected Publications

Krow, Grant R.; Edupuganti, Ram; Gandla, Deepa; "5(6)-anti-Substituted-2-azabicyclo[2.2.1]hexanes." Journal of Organic Chemistry. (2009), 74, 21, 8232-8242

Choudhary, A.; Gandla, D.: Krow, GR: "Nature of Amide Carbonyl-Carbonyl Interactions in Proteins." Journal of American Chemical Society. (2009), 131, 21, 7244

K.L. Gorres, R. Edupuganti, G.R. Krow, "Conformational preferences of substances for human prolyl 4-hydroxylase." Biochemistry. (2008) , 47, 36, 9447-9455.

G.R. Krow, P.E. Sonnet, "Carbamate-stabilized anions of 2-azabicyclo[2.1.1]hexanes." Tetrahedron. (2008) , 64, 30-31, 7131-7135.

G.R. Krow, D. Gandla, W.W. Guo, "Neighboring group participation in the additions of iodonium and bromonium ions to N-alkoxycarbonyl-2-azabicyclo[2.2.n]alk-5-enes (n=1,2)." Journal of Organic Chemistry. (2008) , 73, 6, 2114-2121.

G.R. Krow, D. Gandla, W.W. Guo, "Selectfluor as a nucleofuge in the reactions of azabicyclo[n.2.1]alkane beta-halocarbamic acid esters (n=2,3)." Journal of Organic Chemistry. (2008) , 73, 6, 2122-2129.