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Asymmetric PTC (phase transfer catalysis) mediated by TADDOL (40) as a chiral catalyst has been used to synthesize enantiornerically enriched a-alkylated amino acids 41 (up to 82 % ee) . A similar strategy has been used to access a-amino acids in a stereoselective fashion . Using azlactones 42 as nucleophiles in the palladium catalyzed stereoselective allylation addition, compounds 43 were obtained in high yields and almost enantiomerically pure (Scheme 9) . The azlactones 43 can then be converted into the a-alkylated amino acids as shown in Scheme 4.