benzyloxycarbonyl

ben·zyl·ox·y·car·bon·yl (Z, Cbz),

(ben'zil-ok'sē-kar'bon-il),
Amino-protecting radical used (as the chloride) in peptide synthesis, yielding PhCH2OCO-NHR.
Synonym(s): carbobenzoxy-

ben·zyl·ox·y·car·bon·yl

(Z) (ben'zil-ok'sē-kahr'bŏn-il)
Amino-protecting radical used (as the chloride) in peptide synthesis, yielding PhCH2OCO-NHR.
Synonym(s): carbobenzoxy.
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Briefly, Boc-Ala-His(Tos)-Gly-Lys(Z)-Lys (Fmoc)-Val-Leu-Gly-Ala-Phe-Ser(Bzl)-Cys(MeBzl), where Boc is N-tert-butoxycarbonyl, Tos is p-toluenesulfonyl, Z is benzyloxycarbonyl, Fmoc is 9-fluorenylmethoxycarbonyl, Bzl is benzoyl, and McBzl is methylbenzoyl, was synthesized as the peptide, and Fmoc on the peptide was deprotected in dimethylformamide containing 200 mL/L piperidine at room temperature for 15 min.