PyAOP is a phosphonium salt derived from HOAt, is generally more efficient than BOP and PyBOP as coupling reagent.
Synonym: (7-Azabenzotriazol-1-yloxy)tripyrrolidinophosphonium hexafluorophosphate
White to off white crystalline powder
Store in a cool and dry place
- This pyrrolidino derivative PyAOP does not release the toxic HMPA in the activation step.
- PyAOP, as other phosphonium salts, cannot react with free amine function and therefore does not terminate the peptide growing as the aminium salts do, through the formation of guanidine derivatives.
- It is special advantageous for cyclization reactions.
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