ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:6046
SWEROSIDE


NSC#:606404

Freqency:
in 2 ingredients:

  • 20
  • 82
  • in 18 recipes:

  • 135
  • 158
  • 187
  • 203
  • 279
  • 289
  • 318
  • 331
  • 339
  • 343
  • 352
  • 355
  • 434
  • 452
  • 479
  • 502
  • 521
  • 523

  • Properties
    C16H22O9    358.34





    1:  Inouye H, Ueda S, Takeda Y.
    The biological conversion of sweroside into gentiopicroside and vindoline and a biogenetic aspect of some indole alkaloids.
    Tetrahedron Lett.    impact factor:   2.4
    1968;  30: 3453-8

    2:  Weigend M, Kufer J, Muller AA.
    Phytochemistry and the systematics and ecology of Loasaceae and Gronoviaceae (Loasales).
    Am J Bot.    impact factor:   2.383
    2000;  87(8): 1202-1210

    3:  Ray S, Majumder HK, Chakravarty AK, Mukhopadhyay S, Gil RR, Cordell GA.
    Amarogentin, a naturally occurring secoiridoid glycoside and a newly recognized inhibitor of topoisomerase I from Leishmania donovani.
    J Nat Prod.    impact factor:   1.652
    1996;  59(1): 27-9

    4:  Rodriguez S, Wolfender JL, Hakizamungu E, Hostettmann K.
    An antifungal naphthoquinone, xanthones and secoiridoids from Swertia calycina.
    Planta Med.    impact factor:   1.438
    1995;  61(4): 362-4

    5:  Hase K, Li J, Basnet P, Xiong Q, Takamura S, Namba T, Kadota S.
    Hepatoprotective principles of Swertia japonica Makino on D-galactosamine/lipopolysaccharide-induced liver injury in mice.
    Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo).    impact factor:   1.117
    1997;  45(11): 1823-7

     
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