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γ-amino acids are classes of amino acids classified by the positions of amino and carboxyl. γ-amino acids have both linear forms, and amino and carboxyl groups are separated or combined into a cyclic structure. Because γ-amino acid are a class of biologically active compounds in the central nervous system of mammals, it has attracted extensive attention from researchers. γ-amino butyric acid (GABA) analogs are a very important kind of γ-amino acids, thus the researchers' study on γ-amino acids mainly focuse on the synthesis of γ-amino butyric acid analogs by asymmetric methods starting from unsaturated compounds for using in clinical research. The inhibitor neurotransmitter g-amino butyric acid is a structural template for many substances that have an effect on the central nervous system. A common strategy for designing these compounds is to manipulate the γ-amino butyric acid molecule to increase its lipophilicity, thus allowing it to enter the central nervous system. γ amino acids

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