ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:310
ANAGYRINE

Freqency:
in 2 ingredients:

  • 18
  • 152
  • in 46 recipes:

  • 19
  • 36
  • 51
  • 91
  • 195
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  • Properties
    C16H22N2O    258.36





    1:  Padwa A, Heidelbaugh TM, Kuethe JT.
    Using the Pummerer cyclization-deprotonation-cycloaddition cascade of imidosulfoxides for alkaloid synthesis.
    J Org Chem.    impact factor:   3.44
    2000;  65(8): 2368-78

    2:  Finnell RH, Chernoff GF.
    Anagyrine-induced congenital defects.
    J Pediatr.    impact factor:   3.22
    1988;  112(2): 331

    3:  Ortega JA, Lazerson J.
    Anagyrine-induced red cell aplasia, vascular anomaly, and skeletal dysplasia.
    J Pediatr.    impact factor:   3.22
    1987;  111(1): 87-9

    4:  Keller WJ, Zelenski SG.
    Alkaloids from Lupinus argenteus var. stenophyllus.
    J Pharm Sci.    impact factor:   2.27
    1978;  67(3): 430-1

    5:  Izaddoost M, Harris BG, Gracy RW.
    Structure and toxicity of alkaloids and amino acids of Sophora secundiflora.
    J Pharm Sci.    impact factor:   2.27
    1976;  65(3): 352-4

     
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