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Chiral auxiliaries and asymmetric catalysis are the workhorses of enantioselective transformations, but they still remain limited either in terms of efficiency or generality. Herein, we present an alternative strategy for controlling the stereoselectivity of chemical reactions. Asymmetric catalysis is used to install a transient chiral auxiliary starting from achiral precursors, which then directs diastereoselective reactions. We apply this strategy to a palladium-catalyzeddoi:10.26434/chemrxiv.12855218 fatcat:pcrlbxwpj5df7k4pbff4hldzre