ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:3888
D-LIMONENE


NSC#:844
NSC#:21446
Aldrich#:183164
Aldrich#:218367
Aldrich#:334111
Aldrich#:42560
Aldrich#:42565
Aldrich#:62118
Aldrich#:62120
Aldrich#:62122
Aldrich#:62128
Aldrich#:62130

Freqency:
in 3 ingredients:

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  • Properties
    C10H16    136.24





    1:  Linster C, Johnson BA, Morse A, Yue E, Leon M.
    Spontaneous versus reinforced olfactory discriminations.
    J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
    2002;  22(16): 6842-5

    2:  Linster C, Johnson BA, Yue E, Morse A, Xu Z, Hingco EE, Choi Y, Choi M, Messiha A, Leon M.
    Perceptual correlates of neural representations evoked by odorant enantiomers.
    J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
    2001;  21(24): 9837-43

    3:  Belkin MA, Kulakov TA, Ernst KH, Yan L, Shen YR.
    Sum-frequency vibrational spectroscopy on chiral liquids: a novel technique to probe molecular chirality.
    Phys Rev Lett.    impact factor:   6.095
    2000;  85(21): 4474-7

    4:  Wust M, Croteau RB.
    Hydroxylation of specifically deuterated limonene enantiomers by cytochrome p450 limonene-6-hydroxylase reveals the mechanism of multiple product formation.
    Biochemistry.    impact factor:   4.493
    2002;  41(6): 1820-7

    5:  Witschi H, Espiritu I, Suffia M, Pinkerton KE.
    Expression of cyclin D1/2 in the lungs of strain A/J mice fed chemopreventive agents.
    Carcinogenesis.    impact factor:   4.118
    2002;  23(2): 289-94

     
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