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Summary for 2004 [at-glance overview of Barry M Trost work for the selected year as suggested by data mining algorithms]

This is an Authoratory overview of author Barry M Trost. According to available data, in 2004 Barry M Trost published at least 20 articles. This work was completed in collaboration with several authors including Schroeder, Gretchen M and Shen, Hong C. Many other authors have collaborated with Barry M Trost as well. At least 3 different grants are awarded to Barry M Trost to support this work. All time total of the grant awards on file exceeds $14,330,403.

Barry M Trost is a key opinion leader in numerous areas including Catalysis, Stereoisomerism, Palladium, Alkylation, Cyclization. This author's highest rank is 1 when compared to all other authors using the keyword Catalysis. Analysis of the article abstracts and the titles suggests that Barry M Trost professional interests are focused around "asymmetric allylic alkylation", "pd-catalyzed asymmetric allylic" and "allylic alkylation aaa". These might also be referred to as "asymmetric allylic", "allylic alkylation" or "pd-catalyzed asymmetric". Statistical analysis shows that Barry M Trost's writing is likely to contains terms "asymmetric", "synthesis", "allylic", "alkylation", "chiral" and "pd-catalyzed".

The majority of Barry M Trost articles are affiliated with Department of Chemistry, Stanford Univeristy, University, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA. Luckily, one email address is on file.

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Year 2004 Charts [Barry M Trost frequent coauthors and the most common unique vocabulary terms for the selected year]

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Historical Performance Charts [graphical overview of Barry M Trost publication and funding history for the range of years]

  • Barry M Trost - Publications and Funding History in 2004

Emails (1) [email addresses extracted from Barry M Trost affiliations]

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Affiliations (3) [condensed summary of the Barry M Trost affiliations, the leading number and the color conveys importance]

  • 11Department of Chemistry, Stanford Univeristy, University, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA.
    7Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5080, USA.
    1Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, California 93405-5080, USA.

Key Opinion Leader In [Barry M Trost is considered a key opinion leader in any keyword where the rank of 5 is achieved, the leading number before the keyword shows the author's rank as compared to all other authors]

  • 1Allyl Compounds | 1Catalysis | 1Cyclization | 1Alkynes | 1Alkylation | 1Palladium | 3Ketones | 3Ruthenium | 3Stereoisomerism | 4Alkenes | 4Isomerism | 15Molecular Conformation | 382Molecular Structure | 456Models, Molecular

Keywords (32) [keywords assigned to Barry M Trost articles by PubMed, the leading number and the color conveys importance]

  • 13Catalysis | 11Stereoisomerism | 9Palladium | 7Alkylation | 7Cyclization | 6Allyl Compounds | 6Alkynes | 4Ketones | 4Ruthenium | 4Models, Molecular | 4Molecular Conformation | 3Molecular Structure | 3Animals | 3Isomerism | 3Alkenes | 2Marine Toxins | 2Organic Chemicals | 2Aldehydes | 2Pyrans | 2Alcohols | 2Lactones | 2Macrolides | 2Porifera | 2Xanthenes | 2Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy | 2Chemistry, Organic | 2Silanes | 1Carboxylic Acids | 1Helminthosporium | 1Phenols | 1Propanols | 1Oxazoles

Barry M Trost Unique Vocabulary (96) [single words, word pairs and phrases obtained by analysis of abstracts and titles, the leading number and the color conveys importance; Barry M Trost might be a good expert witness on these terms]

  • 25asymmetric | 21synthesis | 19allylic | 14alkylation | 12chiral | 10pd-catalyzed | 8ruthenium-catalyzed | 8synthetic | 7cycloisomerization | 6aaa | 6palladium-catalyzed | 6novel | 6effect | 6siccanin | 6total | 5building | 5regioselectivity | 5approach | 5enantioselective | 5cyclization | 5substituted | 4chromans | 4acid | 4conditions | 4efficient | 4ether | 3bond | 3reaction | 3route | 3product | 3silyl | 3ring
  • 14asymmetric allylic | 14allylic alkylation | 7pd-catalyzed asymmetric | 6alkylation aaa | 6total synthesis | 5palladium-catalyzed asymmetric | 4chiral chromans | 4ruthenium-catalyzed cycloisomerization | 3carbonylative lactamization | 3asymmetric catalysis | 3pd-catalyzed carbonylative | 3enantioselective total | 3building block | 3chiral aldehyde | 3novel synthetic | 3ketone enolates | 3sequential radical | 3radical cyclizations | 3asymmetric synthesis | 2yessotoxin units | 2scope mechanism | 2alkylation ketone | 2siccanin via | 2enyne cycloisomerizations | 2catalysis enabling | 2silyl ether | 2aaa phenol | 2chromans pd-catalyzed | 2biologically active | 2absolute configuration | 2via pd-catalyzed | 2aaa sequential
  • 14asymmetric allylic alkylation | 7pd-catalyzed asymmetric allylic | 6allylic alkylation aaa | 4palladium-catalyzed asymmetric allylic | 3pd-catalyzed carbonylative lactamization | 3sequential radical cyclizations | 3enantioselective total synthesis | 2synthesis siccanin via | 2chiral chromans pd-catalyzed | 2chromans pd-catalyzed asymmetric | 2alkylation ketone enolates | 2towards biologically active | 2alkylation aaa sequential | 2catalysis enabling science | 2siccanin via pd-catalyzed | 2block towards biologically | 2aldehyde equivalent building | 2equivalent building block | 2biomimetic enantioselective total | 2chiral aldehyde equivalent | 2synthesis prymnesin yessotoxin | 2allylic alkylation ketone | 2prymnesin yessotoxin units | 2biologically active targets | 2asymmetric catalysis enabling | 2effect allylic silyl | 2alkylation aaa scope | 2allylic silyl ether | 2silyl ether regioselectivity | 2ruthenium-catalyzed enyne cycloisomerizations | 2synthesis chiral chromans | 2building block towards

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Funding (3) [selected NIH grants to Barry M Trost and the award amounts for recent years]

  • NOVEL SYNTHETIC APPROACHES TO ANTITUMOR AGENTS (TROST, BARRY - 1977)
    Grant #Award YearAward Amount, USD
    award information is not available
    Total up to 2004$NA
  • SYNTHESIS OF MACROLIDES, STEROIDS, CYCLOPENTANOIDS, ETC. (TROST, BARRY M, STANFORD UNIVERSITY - 1992)
    Grant #Award YearAward Amount, USD
    5R37GM013598-271992$283,462
    4R37GM013598-281993$420,641
    5R37GM013598-291994$416,614
    5R37GM013598-301995$420,845
    5R37GM013598-311996$435,548
    5R37GM013598-321997$452,970
    2R01GM013598-331998$440,616
    5R01GM013598-341999$423,083
    5R01GM013598-352000$432,932
    5R01GM013598-362001$443,079
    2R01GM013598-372002$521,769
    5R01GM013598-382003$519,106
    5R01GM013598-392004$524,128
    5R01GM013598-402005$537,542
    2R01GM013598-41A12006$569,086
    Total up to 2004$6,841,421
  • NOVEL APPROACHES TO ANTITUMOR AND ANTIVIRAL AGENTS (TROST, BARRY M, STANFORD UNIVERSITY - 1992)
    Grant #Award YearAward Amount, USD
    5R01GM033049-161992$263,430
    2R01GM033049-181993$285,191
    5R01GM033049-171993$282,424
    5R01GM033049-191994$135,972
    5R01GM033049-201995$307,517
    5R01GM033049-211996$305,466
    2R01GM033049-221997$280,340
    5R01GM033049-231998$273,612
    5R01GM033049-241999$280,905
    5R01GM033049-252000$288,504
    2R01GM033049-262001$380,569
    5R01GM033049-282003$375,037
    5R01GM033049-292004$386,074
    2R01GM033049-30A12005$366,006
    5R01GM033049-312006$361,447
    Total up to 2004$4,572,494

Barry M Trost Articles (20) [selected PubMed articles for the year 2004 with the links to a full text at PubMed]

  • Ruthenium-catalyzed enyne cycloisomerizations. Effect of allylic silyl ether on regioselectivity. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5080, USA.

    3Surivet, Jean-Philippe, 7Toste, F Dean, 20Trost, Barry M.
  • Palladium-catalyzed asymmetric allylic alkylation of ketone enolates. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5080, USA.

    20Trost, Barry M, 2Schroeder, Gretchen M.
  • Palladium-catalyzed asymmetric allylation of prochiral nucleophiles: synthesis of 3-allyl-3-aryl oxindoles. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5080, USA.

    1Frederiksen, Mathias U, 20Trost, Barry M.
  • Regioselectivity control in a ruthenium-catalyzed cycloisomerization of diyne-ols. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA.

    4Pomerantz, Andrew E, 20Trost, Barry M, 1Rudd, Michael T, 1Costa, Moisés Gulías, 1Lee, Philip I.
  • A flexible approach toward trans-fused polycyclic tetrahydropyrans. A synthesis of prymnesin and yessotoxin units. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA.

    2Rhee, Young Ho, 20Trost, Barry M.
  • Synthetic stitching with silicon: geminal alkylation-hydroxylation of alkynyl carbonyl compounds. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA.

    1Ball, Zachary T, 20Trost, Barry M.
  • Biomimetic enantioselective total synthesis of (-)-siccanin via the Pd-catalyzed asymmetric allylic alkylation (AAA) and sequential radical cyclizations. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA.

    2Shen, Hong C, 3Surivet, Jean-Philippe, 20Trost, Barry M.
  • Alkene-alkyne coupling as a linchpin: an efficient and convergent synthesis of amphidinolide P. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA.

    1Papillon, Julien P N, 20Trost, Barry M.
  • Asymmetric allylic alkylation, an enabling methodology. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA.

    20Trost, Barry M.
  • Synthesis of chiral chromans by the Pd-catalyzed asymmetric allylic alkylation (AAA): scope, mechanism, and applications. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA.

    2Shen, Hong C, 1Sylvain, Catherine, 3Surivet, Jean-Philippe, 11Dong, Li, 20Trost, Barry M.
  • Stereocontrolled total synthesis of (+)-streptazolin by a palladium-catalyzed reductive diyne cyclization. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5080, USA.

    20Trost, Barry M, 5Pinkerton, Anthony B, 1Chung, Cheol K.
  • Pd-catalyzed carbonylative lactamization: a novel synthetic approach to FR900482. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5080, USA.

    20Trost, Barry M, 1Ameriks, Michael K.
  • A "chiral aldehyde" equivalent as a building block towards biologically active targets. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5080, USA.

    1Crawley, Matthew L, 20Trost, Barry M.
  • An asymmetric synthesis of hamigeran B via a Pd asymmetric allylic alkylation for enantiodiscrimination. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA.

    20Trost, Barry M, 2Schroeder, Gretchen M, 1Chen, Irwin, 1Pissot-Soldermann, Carole.
  • Structure elucidation of (+)-amphidinolide a by total synthesis and NMR chemical shift analysis. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, California 93405-5080, USA.

    20Trost, Barry M, 1Harrington, Paul E.
  • Asymmetric catalysis: an enabling science. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5080, USA.

    20Trost, Barry M.
  • Asymmetric Catalysis. (2004) >>

    1Halpern, Jack, 20Trost, Barry M.
  • Direct catalytic asymmetric aldol additions of methyl ynones. Spontaneous reversal in the sense of enantioinduction. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA.

    20Trost, Barry M, 1Shireman, Brock T, 1Fettes, Alec.
  • 5H-oxazol-4-ones as building blocks for asymmetric synthesis of alpha-hydroxycarboxylic acid derivatives. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford Univeristy, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA.

    2Franzini, Maurizio, 20Trost, Barry M, 1Dogra, Kalindi.
  • A formal synthesis of (-)-mycalamide A. (2004) >>

    Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305-5080, USA.

    1Probst, Gary D, 20Trost, Barry M, 1Yang, Hanbiao.