ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:5404
PULEGONE


NSC#:15334
Aldrich#:328847
Aldrich#:376388
Aldrich#:82569
Aldrich#:82570
Aldrich#:82572
Aldrich#:82579
Aldrich#:P55708

Freqency:
in 4 ingredients:

  • 20
  • 392
  • 501
  • 893
  • in 17 recipes:

  • 26
  • 67
  • 135
  • 158
  • 181
  • 203
  • 245
  • 291
  • 292
  • 294
  • 297
  • 317
  • 324
  • 405
  • 409
  • 452
  • 472

  • Properties
    C10H16O    152.24





    1:  Anderson IB, Mullen WH, Meeker JE, Khojasteh-BakhtSC, Oishi S, Nelson SD, Blanc PD.
    Pennyroyal toxicity: measurement of toxic metabolite levels in two cases and review of the literature.
    Ann Intern Med.    impact factor:   10.097
    1996;  124(8): 726-34

    2:  Nelson SD.
    Mechanisms of the formation and disposition of reactive metabolites that can cause acute liver injury.
    Drug Metab Rev.    impact factor:   3.583
    1995;  27(1-2): 147-77

    3:  Bakerink JA, Gospe SM Jr, Dimand RJ, Eldridge MW.
    Multiple organ failure after ingestion of pennyroyal oil from herbal tea in two infants.
    Pediatrics.    impact factor:   3.487
    1996;  98(5): 944-7

    4:  Fietz-Razavian S, Schulz S, Dix I, Jones PG.
    Revision of the absolute configuration of the tricyclic sesquiterpene (+)-kelsoene by chemical correlation and enantiospecific total synthesis of its enantiomer.
    Chem Commun (Camb).    impact factor:   3.477
    2001;  (20): 2154-5

    5:  Thomassen D, Knebel N, Slattery JT, McClanahan RH, Nelson SD.
    Reactive intermediates in the oxidation of menthofuran by cytochromes P-450.
    Chem Res Toxicol.    impact factor:   3.47
    1992;  5(1): 123-30

     
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