ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)

in 2 ingredients:

  • 15
  • 261

  • Properties
    C6H11NO2S2    193.29

    1:  Shirin H, Pinto JT, Kawabata Y, Soh JW, Delohery T, Moss SF, Murty V, Rivlin RS, Holt PR, Weinstein IB.
    Antiproliferative effects of S-allylmercaptocysteine on colon cancer cells when tested alone or in combination with sulindac sulfide.
    Cancer Res.    impact factor:   8.614
    2001;  61(2): 725-31

    2:  Pinto JT, Qiao C, Xing J, Rivlin RS, Protomastro ML, Weissler ML, Tao Y, Thaler H, Heston WD.
    Effects of garlic thioallyl derivatives on growth, glutathione concentration, and polyamine formation of human prostate carcinoma cells in culture.
    Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
    1997;  66(2): 398-405

    3:  Heber D.
    The stinking rose: organosulfur compounds and cancer.
    Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
    1997;  66(2): 425-6

    4:  Pinto JT, Qiao C, Xing J, Suffoletto BP, Schubert KB, Rivlin RS, Huryk RF, Bacich DJ, Heston WD.
    Alterations of prostate biomarker expression and testosterone utilization in human LNCaP prostatic carcinoma cells by garlic-derived S-allylmercaptocysteine.
    Prostate.    impact factor:   3.037
    2000;  45(4): 304-14

    5:  Rabinkov A, Miron T, Mirelman D, Wilchek M, Glozman S, Yavin E, Weiner L.
    S-Allylmercaptoglutathione: the reaction product of allicin with glutathione possesses SH-modifying and antioxidant properties.
    Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
    2000;  1499(1-2): 144-153

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