ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:181
HELENINE


NSC#:93131
NSC#:302289(<1uM)

Freqency:
in 2 ingredients:

  • 43
  • 916
  • in 48 recipes:

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  • Properties
    C15H20O2    232.32





    1:  Shope RE.
    An antiviral substance from Penicillium funiculosum. VI. Prevention of the establishment of passive immunity to Semliki Forest virus infection in mice by Helenine.
    J Exp Med.    impact factor:   15.651
    1966;  124(1): 15-31

    2:  Cheng PY, Shope RE.
    The presence in Penicillium funiculosum of an inhibitor to the antiviral agent helenine.
    J Exp Med.    impact factor:   15.651
    1966;  123(3): 505-8

    3:  Rytel MW, Shope RE, Kilbourne ED.
    An antiviral substance from Penicillium funiculosum. V. Induction of interferon by helenine.
    J Exp Med.    impact factor:   15.651
    1966;  123(4): 577-84

    4:  Shope RE.
    An antiviral substance from Penicillium funiculosum. VII. An attempt to determine whether the material responsible for the antipassive immunity effect exhibited by mice injected with helenine is an interferon.
    J Exp Med.    impact factor:   15.651
    1966;  124(5): 915-9

    5:  Shope RE.
    An antiviral substance from Penicillium funiculosum. IV. Inquiry into the mechanism by which helenine exerts its antiviral effect.
    J Exp Med.    impact factor:   15.651
    1966;  123(2): 213-27

     
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