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S'~'82 Compounds having GlcNAc a-(1-4) linked to 2,3-diacetamido-2,3dideoxy-a-D-mannose, and to the corresponding mannuronic acid, have been made as 2-phenylethyl glycosides to represent spacer group-containing disaccharide fragments of the lipopolysaccharide of Bordetella p e r t u ~ s i s . 6 reference is made to a neamine derivative with a spacerlinked 5-amino-5-deoxy-P-~-ribofuranose substituent. 7 Deoxy-sugar Disaccharides. 6)-P-~-Glc, have been made. 8 Sugar Acid Disaccharides. ’96The O-pivaloated glycosyl bromide of methyl glucuronate can be used to effect 6-P-glycosylationof methyl P-D-galactopyranosidewith 78 % efficiency provided A valuable observathe acceptor is used after treatment with dibutyltin tion was made when thioglycoside 102 was condensed with a 1:l mixture of aand 6-acceptors 103.

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