ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:2211
ERYTHRODIOL


NSC#:159627
Aldrich#:301736
Aldrich#:U6628

Freqency:
in 2 ingredients:

  • 119
  • 394
  • in 37 recipes:

  • 4
  • 13
  • 37
  • 81
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  • 98
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  • 138
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  • Properties
    C30H50O2    442.72





    1:  Nishino H, Nishino A, Takayasu J, Hasegawa T, Iwashima A, Hirabayashi K, Iwata S, Shibata S.
    Inhibition of the tumor-promoting action of 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate by some oleanane-type triterpenoid compounds.
    Cancer Res.    impact factor:   8.614
    1988;  48(18): 5210-5

    2:  Ying QL, Rinehart AR, Simon SR, Cheronis JC.
    Inhibition of human leucocyte elastase by ursolic acid. Evidence for a binding site for pentacyclic triterpenes.
    Biochem J.    impact factor:   4.349
    1991;  277 ( Pt 2): 521-6

    3:  Manez S, Recio MC, Giner RM, Rios JL.
    Effect of selected triterpenoids on chronic dermal inflammation.
    Eur J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.047
    1997;  334(1): 103-5

    4:  Calzada F, Cedillo-Rivera R, Mata R.
    Antiprotozoal activity of the constituents of Conyza filaginoides.
    J Nat Prod.    impact factor:   1.652
    2001;  64(5): 671-3

    5:  Ukiya M, Akihisa T, Tokuda H, Suzuki H, Mukainaka T, Ichiishi E, Yasukawa K, Kasahara Y, Nishino H.
    Constituents of Compositae plants III. Anti-tumor promoting effects and cytotoxic activity against human cancer cell lines of triterpene diols and triols from edible chrysanthemum flowers.
    Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
    2002;  177(1): 7-12

     
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