ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:7133
D-CATECHIN


NSC#:2819
NSC#:81161
NSC#:81162
NSC#:81746
Aldrich#:22110
Aldrich#:22130
Aldrich#:45300
Aldrich#:855235
Aldrich#:C0567
Aldrich#:C1788
Aldrich#:E1753
Aldrich#:E4018
Aldrich#:S98664

Freqency:
in 3 ingredients:

  • 312
  • 438
  • 564
  • in 18 recipes:

  • 8
  • 37
  • 50
  • 59
  • 167
  • 212
  • 236
  • 249
  • 268
  • 281
  • 285
  • 307
  • 339
  • 352
  • 466
  • 469
  • 492
  • 506

  • Properties
    C15H14O6    290.27





    1:  Iwahashi H.
    Some polyphenols inhibit the formation of pentyl radical and octanoic acid radical in the reaction mixture of linoleic acid hydroperoxide with ferrous ions.
    Biochem J.    impact factor:   4.349
    2000;  346 Pt 2: 265-73

    2:  Huang MT, Wood AW, Newmark HL, Sayer JM, Yagi H, Jerina DM, Conney AH.
    Inhibition of the mutagenicity of bay-region diol-epoxides of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by phenolic plant flavonoids.
    Carcinogenesis.    impact factor:   4.118
    1983;  4(12): 1631-7

    3:  Decharneux T, Dubois F, Beauloye C, Wattiaux-De Coninck S, Wattiaux R.
    Effect of various flavonoids on lysosomes subjected to an oxidative or an osmotic stress.
    Biochem Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.755
    1992;  44(7): 1243-8

    4:  Iwahashi H, Ishii T, Sugata R, Kido R.
    The effects of caffeic acid and its related catechols on hydroxyl radical formation by 3-hydroxyanthranilic acid, ferric chloride, and hydrogen peroxide.
    Arch Biochem Biophys.    impact factor:   2.386
    1990;  276(1): 242-7

    5:  Imajo S, Ishiguro M, Ishiguro K, Murashima T, Isoi K, Tanahashi H, Nishino H.
    The specific inhibition of crystal growth of monohydrogen potassium L-tartrate by d-catechin.
    Bioorg Med Chem.    impact factor:   1.799
    1994;  2(10): 1021-7

     
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