4-bromomethyl-2-((trimethylsilyl)ethynyl)benzenesulfonyl fluoride is a trifunctional clickable probe building block for chemical probe synthesis,containing an aryl sulfonyl fluoride group, alkyne tag, and benzylic bromide synthetic handle. When appended to a ligand or pharmacophore through its formyl linker, this building block allows for SuFEx-enabled, context-specific covalent modification of a biological target with potential for downstream applications via the alkyne tag. Use alone or in parallel with other multi-functional building blocks to discover the optimal probe for your chemical biology synthesis.
Sulfur(VI) Fluoride Exchange (SuFEx): Another Good Reaction for Click Chemistry. 
Chemoselective Preparation of Clickable Aryl Sulfonyl Fluoride Monomers: A Toolbox of Highly Functionalized Intermediates for Chemical Biology Probe Synthesis. 
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