CONTENTS

 

 

441

Professor Przemysław Mastalerz

¾ Kafarski P.

 

REVIEW ARTICLE

 

445

Role of the Side Chain Modifications for the Solution Behavior and the Complex-Forming Abilities of Some Aminomethane-1,1-diphosphonic Acids. Relevance to Biological Activity

¾ Matczak-Jon E.

 

ORIGINAL PAPERS

 

467

Studies on the Role of  DBU in the Reaction of P(III)–OAryl System with Nucleoside

¾ Dąbkowski W., Tworowska I., Kazimierczak Ł. and Michalski J.

 

473

Mechanism of Decomposition of Quasiphosphonium Intermediates: Borderline SN1
Character of Alkyl-Oxygen Fission in sec-Alkyloxyphosphonium Salts

¾ Hudson H.R. and Qureshi A.R.

 

481

Polycations. Part 16. Polyphosphonium Species Containing Phosphorus–Phosphorus Bonds

¾ Massone Ch. and Engel R.

 

487

Tetrahydrofuran, One of the Most Popular Solvents in Organic Synthesis, Is Not
Completely Inert

¾ Makowiec S. and Rachoń J.

 

493

1-Azidoalkylphosphonates – A Convenient Substrates for the Synthesis of N-Alkyl a-Aminoalkylphosphonates

¾ Gajda T. and Janik D.

 

499

1-(N-Acylamino)alkanephosphonates. Part IV. N-Acylation of 1-Aminoalkanephosphonic Acids

¾ Kudzin Z.H., Depczyński R., Andrijewski G., Drabowicz J. and Łuczak J.

 

515

A General One-Pot Synthesis of Vinyl-Thiiranes and Conjugated Dienes

¾ Maciągiewicz I., Dybowski P. and Skowrońska A.

 

525

Ferrocene-derived Aminomethanephosphonous Acids. Synthesis of Their Esters and Amides with Polyethylene Glycols and Polyamines

¾ Lewkowski J. and Skowroński R.

 

529

Oxidation of Phosphonocysteine and Phosphonohomocysteine. Synthesis of Phosphonocysteic and Phosphonohomocysteic Acids

¾ Kudzin Z.H., Saganiak M., Andrijewski G. and Drabowicz J.

 

541

Synthesis of Diphenylphosphine Oxide and Diethyl Phosphonate with 4-Dimethylsila-2-­hexen-­6-ol Moiety

¾ Gawdzik B. and Wawrzeńczyk C.

 

547

The Protonation Site in Aminophosphonates

¾ Doskocz M., Miziak P. and Gancarz R.

 

553

Synthesis of New Imidazole Aminophosphine Oxides

¾ Olszewski T. and Boduszek B.

 

561

Lipase-Catalysed Resolution of 1-Hydroxyethane-P-phenylphosphinates

¾ Majewska P., Kafarski P. and Lejczak B.

 

567

avb3 Antagonists Based on a Central Benzoic Acid Scaffold

¾ Will D.W., Breipohl G., Gourvest J.-F., Ruxer J.M., Doucet B., Auberval M., Baron R., Gaillard M., Gadek T.R., Knolle J., Stilz H.U. and Peyman A.

 

573

Solid-State CP/MAS P-31 NMR in Studies of the Aminophosphonic Acids and Esters
in Marine Animals

¾ Jankowski S., Huben K., Paneth P., Ciesielski W., Quin L.D., Vokal B. and Dolenec T.

 

583

(E)-Cinnamic Acid Analogues as Inhibitors of Phenylalanine Ammonia-Lyase and
of Anthocyanin Biosynthesis

¾ Kluczyk A., Szefczyk B., Amrhein N. and Zoń J.

 

593

a-Aminoalkylphosphonates Induced Apoptosis in Human Tumor Cell Lines

¾ Drąg M., Sieńczyk M., Marcinkowska A., Drąg-Zalesińska M., Wysocka T. and Oleksyszyn J.

 

603

Specific Interactions of Divalent Metal Ions with Phosphonic Analogues of Dipeptide
Inhibitors of Proteases

¾ Gałęzowska J., Sobek S., Drąg M., Mucha A., Kafarski P. and Kozłowski H.