ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:8090
ALPHA-HUMULENE


Aldrich#:53675
Aldrich#:H5887

Freqency:
in 2 ingredients:

  • 536
  • 901
  • in 44 recipes:

  • 2
  • 8
  • 10
  • 22
  • 23
  • 29
  • 42
  • 43
  • 109
  • 123
  • 205
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  • Properties
    C15H24    204.35





    1:  van Der Hoeven RS, Monforte AJ, Breeden D, Tanksley SD, Steffens JC.
    Genetic control and evolution of sesquiterpene biosynthesis in Lycopersicon esculentum and L. hirsutum.
    Plant Cell.    impact factor:   10.463
    2000;  12(11): 2283-94

    2:  Murakami A, Takahashi D, Kinoshita T, Koshimizu K, Kim HW, Yoshihiro A, Nakamura Y, Jiwajinda S, Terao J, Ohigashi H.
    Zerumbone, a Southeast Asian ginger sesquiterpene, markedly suppresses free radical generation, proinflammatory protein production, and cancer cell proliferation accompanied by apoptosis: the alpha,beta-unsaturated carbonyl group is a prerequisite.
    Carcinogenesis.    impact factor:   4.118
    2002;  23(5): 795-802

    3:  Hu T, Corey EJ.
    Short syntheses of (+/-)-delta-araneosene and humulene utilizing a combination of four-component assembly and palladium-mediated cyclization.
    Org Lett.    impact factor:   3.367
    2002;  4(14): 2441-3

    4:  Adlington RM, Baldwin JE, Pritchard GJ, Williams AJ, Watkin DJ.
    A biomimetic synthesis of lucidene.
    Org Lett.    impact factor:   3.367
    1999;  1(12): 1937-9

    5:  Abraham WR.
    Bioactive sesquiterpenes produced by fungi: are they useful for humans as well?
    Curr Med Chem.    impact factor:   3
    2001;  8(6): 583-606

     
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