ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:1048
CHRYSOPHANOL


NSC#:37132
NSC#:646567
Aldrich#:229075
Aldrich#:37700

Freqency:
in 9 ingredients:

  • 14
  • 118
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  • 610
  • 879
  • in 77 recipes:

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  • Properties
    C15H10O4    254.24





    1:  Lister RK, Schrire BD.
    Save the rain forest--it saved our skin.
    Lancet.    impact factor:   10.197
    1999;  353(9155): 848

    2:  Wolfle D, Schmutte C, Westendorf J, Marquardt H.
    Hydroxyanthraquinones as tumor promoters: enhancement of malignant transformation of C3H mouse fibroblasts and growth stimulation of primary rat hepatocytes.
    Cancer Res.    impact factor:   8.614
    1990;  50(20): 6540-4

    3:  Harris TM, Webb AD, Harris CM, Wittek PJ, Murray TP.
    Letter: Biogenetic-type syntheses of emodin and chrysophanol.
    J Am Chem Soc.    impact factor:   5.537
    1976;  98(19): 6065-7

    4:  Kong XB, Rubin L, Chen LI, Ciszewska G, Watanabe KA, Tong WP, Sirotnak FM, Chou TC.
    Topoisomerase II-mediated DNA cleavage activity and irreversibility of cleavable complex formation induced by DNA intercalator with alkylating capability.
    Mol Pharmacol.    impact factor:   5.465
    1992;  41(2): 237-44

    5:  Koyama M, Takahashi K, Chou TC, Darzynkiewicz Z, Kapuscinski J, Kelly TR, Watanabe KA.
    Intercalating agents with covalent bond forming capability. A novel type of potential anticancer agents. 2. Derivatives of chrysophanol and emodin.
    J Med Chem.    impact factor:   4.079
    1989;  32(7): 1594-9

     
    Time used: 109 milliseconds.

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