ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:5873
SINIGRIN


Aldrich#:85440
Aldrich#:R258024

Freqency:
in 4 ingredients:

  • 149
  • 187
  • 479
  • 651
  • in 29 recipes:

  • 24
  • 51
  • 101
  • 124
  • 139
  • 148
  • 154
  • 155
  • 159
  • 174
  • 217
  • 243
  • 297
  • 299
  • 304
  • 312
  • 381
  • 385
  • 403
  • 418
  • 432
  • 435
  • 437
  • 439
  • 440
  • 444
  • 453
  • 521
  • 527

  • Properties
    C10H16KNO9S2    397.46





    1:  Botti MG, Taylor MG, Botting NP.
    Studies on the mechanism of myrosinase. Investigation of the effect of glycosyl acceptors on enzyme activity.
    J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
    1995;  270(35): 20530-5

    2:  Cottaz S, Henrissat B, Driguez H.
    Mechanism-based inhibition and stereochemistry of glucosinolate hydrolysis by myrosinase.
    Biochemistry.    impact factor:   4.493
    1996;  35(48): 15256-9

    3:  Shikita M, Fahey JW, Golden TR, Holtzclaw WD, Talalay P.
    An unusual case of 'uncompetitive activation' by ascorbic acid: purification and kinetic properties of a myrosinase from Raphanus sativus seedlings.
    Biochem J.    impact factor:   4.349
    1999;  341 ( Pt 3): 725-32

    4:  Krul C, Humblot C, Philippe C, Vermeulen M, van Nuenen M, Havenaar R, Rabot S.
    Metabolism of sinigrin (2-propenyl glucosinolate) by the human colonic microflora in a dynamic in vitro large-intestinal model.
    Carcinogenesis.    impact factor:   4.118
    2002;  23(6): 1009-16

    5:  Smith TK, Lund EK, Johnson IT.
    Inhibition of dimethylhydrazine-induced aberrant crypt foci and induction of apoptosis in rat colon following oral administration of the glucosinolate sinigrin.
    Carcinogenesis.    impact factor:   4.118
    1998;  19(2): 267-73

     
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