ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:5556
RHEIN


NSC#:38629
Aldrich#:275611
Aldrich#:37505
Aldrich#:R7269

Freqency:
in 5 ingredients:

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  • 454
  • 879
  • in 74 recipes:

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  • Properties
    C15H8O6    284.22





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    Clinical pharmacokinetics of diacerein.
    Clin Pharmacokinet.    impact factor:   5.098
    1998;  35(5): 347-59

    2:  Spencer CM, Wilde MI.
    Diacerein.
    Drugs.    impact factor:   4.15
    1997;  53(1): 98-106; discussion 107-8

    3:  Tegos G, Stermitz FR, Lomovskaya O, Lewis K.
    Multidrug pump inhibitors uncover remarkable activity of plant antimicrobials.
    Antimicrob Agents Chemother.    impact factor:   3.969
    2002;  46(10): 3133-41

    4:  Izzo AA, Mascolo N, Capasso F.
    Effect of sodium rhein on electrically-evoked and agonist-induced contractions of the guinea-pig isolated ileal circular muscle.
    Br J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   3.722
    1998;  124(4): 825-31

    5:  Hunfeld KP, Lambert A, Kampen H, Albert S, Epe C, Brade V, Tenter AM.
    Seroprevalence of Babesia infections in humans exposed to ticks in midwestern Germany.
    J Clin Microbiol.    impact factor:   3.67
    2002;  40(7): 2431-6

     
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