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This is subsequently treated with the titanium reagent (28), which adds in a chemoselective manner exclusively to the aldehyde group (the keto function is not attacked). 5) 3 (29) 90% The ability of the nitro group to stabilize a carbanion can be exploited in the synthesis of macrocyclic lactones and lactams, a process that involves an elegant ring-expansion reac6070 (30) 90% During the reductive amination of ketoaldehyde (31), the ring-expanded product (32) forms spontaneously in 41 % yield .