ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:2961
HEPTADECANE


NSC#:158673
NSC#:172782
Aldrich#:128503
Aldrich#:51578
Aldrich#:51580
Aldrich#:H0130

Freqency:
in 1 ingredients:

  • 5
  • in 5 recipes:

  • 8
  • 107
  • 212
  • 308
  • 351

  • Properties
    C17H36    240.47





    1:  Cheesbrough TM, Kolattukudy PE.
    Microsomal preparation from an animal tissue catalyzes release of carbon monoxide from a fatty aldehyde to generate an alkane.
    J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
    1988;  263(6): 2738-43

    2:  Schmicker D, van Smaalen S, de Boer JL, Haas aC, Harris KD.
    Observation of the Sliding Mode in Incommensurate Intergrowth Compounds: Brillouin Scattering from the Inclusion Compound of Urea and Heptadecane.
    Phys Rev Lett.    impact factor:   6.095
    1995;  74(5): 734-737

    3:  Spellmeyer DC, Wong AK, Bower MJ, Blaney JM.
    Conformational analysis using distance geometry methods.
    J Mol Graph Model.    impact factor:   4.206
    1997;  15(1): 18-36

    4:  Ogawa K, Futakuchi M, Hirose M, Boonyaphiphat P, Mizoguchi Y, Miki T, Shirai T.
    Stage and organ dependent effects of 1-O-hexyl-2,3,5-trimethylhydroquinone, ascorbic acid derivatives, n-heptadecane-8-10-dione and phenylethyl isothiocyanate in a rat multiorgan carcinogenesis model.
    Int J Cancer.    impact factor:   3.545
    1998;  76(6): 851-6

    5:  Merkel GJ, Perry JJ.
    Effect of growth substrate on thermal death of thermophilic bacteria.
    Appl Environ Microbiol.    impact factor:   3.541
    1977;  34(6): 626-9

     
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