Ingredient ID 282 
Chinese Pronunciation WUGONG 
English Name Centipede  
Latin Name Scolopendra  
Aliases TianLong
BaiJiao  
Cancers Stomach
Skin
Abdomen
Cervical  
Identified Compounds
4

order by name

1. Histamine

   C5H9N3   111.15
  ID:3042

2. Linoleic Acid

   C18H32O2   280.45
  ID:3914

3. Oleic Acid

   C18H34O2   282.46
NSC# 9856 Activity (<10uM)
  ID:4848

4. Delta-hydroxylysine

   C6H14N2O3   162.19
  ID:7146

 
Recipes that contain
WUGONG
  1. 4      ShengLiDan
  2. 5      DiAiWan
  3. 30      ShenShuQiSheTang
  4. 40      QiChongSan
  5. 53      FuZhengGongAiTang
  6. 66      BiShangFang
  7. 69      SanChongTang
  8. 100      QiXiaoWan
  9. 114      ErChongHeJi
  10. 140      JuZaoWan
  11. 147      AnLuSan
  12. 166      LuGanShiHu
  13. 172      LaoLiuTang
  14. 173      TuoDuWan
  15. 174      LaoLiuWan
  16. 183      GuLiuSan
  17. 208      ShengLiDan
  18. 209      DiAiWan
  19. 221      KangAiWan
  20. 221      KangAiWan
  21. 230      WuGongGongDuTang
  22. 230      WuGongGongDuTang
  23. 231      KangAiSan(Wan, Gao)
  24. 232      ShiGuanAiFangII
  25. 252      ShenShuQiSheTang
  26. 258      GongJianWan
  27. 270      QiChongSan
  28. 284      GanAiFang
  29. 284      GanAiFang
  30. 289      LongDanXieGanTang
  31. 295      RuanJianWan
  32. 316      BiShangXiaFang
  33. 319      SanChongCao
  34. 320      GongLiuWan
  35. 326      WuGongDiLongSan
  36. 343      ShanWuSan
  37. 344      ZhengAiPian
  38. 345      GongJingAiDing(San)
  39. 351      TuoDuWan
  40. 354      615San
  41. 354      615San
  42. 380      QiXiaoWan
  43. 391      ErChongHeJi
  44. 405      XinDanPangGuangTang
  45. 417      ShiAiGao
  46. 421      JuZaoWan
  47. 426      TieShiGao
  48. 431      AnLuSan
  49. 440      XiaoDuQingXueTang
  50. 461      KangAiWan
  51. 465      FuFangLuGanShiHu
  52. 467      NaoLiuTang
  53. 469      TuoDuWan
  54. 469      TuoDuWan
  55. 470      NaoLiuWan
  56. 474      GuLiuSan
  57. 495      ShiGuanAiCanKaoFangI
  58. 501      WeiAiFangIV
  59. 519      GanAiFangVI
 

Available references (order by impact factor):

1:  Hwang UW, Friedrich M, Tautz D, Park CJ, Kim W.
Mitochondrial protein phylogeny joins myriapods with chelicerates.
Nature.    impact factor:   29.491
2001;  413(6852): 154-7

2:  Kettle C, Arthur W, Jowett T, Minelli A.
Homeotic transformation in a centipede.
Trends Genet.    impact factor:   16.342
1999;  15(10): 393

3:  Hughes CL, Kaufman TC.
Exploring the myriapod body plan: expression patterns of the ten Hox genes in a centipede.
Development.    impact factor:   10.088
2002;  129(5): 1225-38

4:  Telford MJ.
Evidence for the derivation of the Drosophila fushi tarazu gene from a Hox gene orthologous to lophotrochozoan Lox5.
Curr Biol.    impact factor:   8.733
2000;  10(6): 349-52

5:  Hughes CL, Kaufman TC.
Exploring myriapod segmentation: the expression patterns of even-skipped, engrailed, and wingless in a centipede.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
2002;  247(1): 47-61

6:  Roehrdanz RL, Degrugillier ME, Black WC 4th.
Novel rearrangements of arthropod mitochondrial DNA detected with long-PCR: applications to arthropod phylogeny and evolution.
Mol Biol Evol.    impact factor:   4.983
2002;  19(6): 841-9

7:  Krauss V, Reuter G.
Two genes become one: the genes encoding heterochromatin protein Su(var)3-9 and translation initiation factor subunit eIF-2gamma are joined to a dicistronic unit in holometabolic insects.
Genetics.    impact factor:   4.221
2000;  156(3): 1157-67

8:  Laverdure AM, Carette-Desmoucelles C, Breuzet M, Descamps M.
Neuropeptides and related nucleic acid sequences detected in peneid shrimps by immunohistochemistry and molecular hybridizations.
Neuroscience.    impact factor:   3.924
1994;  60(2): 569-79

9:  Witten JL, Truman JW.
Distribution of GABA-like immunoreactive neurons in insects suggests lineage homology.
J Comp Neurol.    impact factor:   3.764
1998;  398(4): 515-28

10:  Bastianello A, Ronco M, Burato PA, Minelli A.
Hox gene sequences from the geophilomorph centipede Pachymerium ferrugineum (C. L. Koch, 1835) (Chilopoda: Geophilomorpha: Geophilidae): implications for the evolution of the Hox class genes of arthropods.
Mol Phylogenet Evol.    impact factor:   3.127
2002;  22(1): 155-61

11:  Robertson HM, MacLeod EG.
Five major subfamilies of mariner transposable elements in insects, including the Mediterranean fruit fly, and related arthropods.
Insect Mol Biol.    impact factor:   2.412
1993;  2(3): 125-39

12:  Klok CJ, Mercer RD, Chown SL.
Discontinuous gas-exchange in centipedes and its convergent evolution in tracheated arthropods.
J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   2.354
2002;  205(Pt 7): 1019-29

13:  Anderson B, Shultz J, Jayne B.
Axial kinematics and muscle activity during terrestrial locomotion of the centipede Scolopendra heros
J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   2.354
1995;  198(Pt 5): 1185-95

14:  Bastianello A, Minelli A.
engrailed sequences from four centipede orders: strong sequence conservation, duplications and phylogeny.
Dev Genes Evol.    impact factor:   2.269
2001;  211(12): 620-3

15:  Llewellyn LE, Doyle J, Negri AP.
A high-throughput, microtiter plate assay for paralytic shellfish poisons using the saxitoxin-specific receptor, saxiphilin.
Anal Biochem.    impact factor:   2.146
1998;  261(1): 51-6

16:  Arthur W.
The interaction between developmental bias and natural selection: from centipede segments to a general hypothesis.
Heredity.    impact factor:   1.875
2002;  89(4): 239-46

17:  Levine ND.
Some corrections of coccidian (Apicomplexa: Protozoa) nomenclature.
J Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.485
1980;  66(5): 830-4

18:  Gebauer W, Markl J.
Identification of four distinct subunit types in the unique 6 x 6 hemocyanin of the centipede Scutigera coleoptrata.
Naturwissenschaften.    impact factor:   1.279
1999;  86(9): 445-7

19:  Tichy H.
[The Tomosvarysch sense organ, a hygro receptor of the centipede Lithobius forficatus]
Naturwissenschaften.    impact factor:   1.279
1972;  59(7): 315

20:  Bannister WH.
Connective-tissue pigment of the centipede, Lithobius forficatus (L.).
Naturwissenschaften.    impact factor:   1.279
1971;  58(1): 58-9

21:  Haacker U.
[Sperm transport in the spherical centipede (Sphaerotherium)]
Naturwissenschaften.    impact factor:   1.279
1968;  55(2): 89

22:  Arthur W, Farrow M.
The pattern of variation in centipede segment number as an example of developmental constraint in evolution
J Theor Biol.    impact factor:   1.278
1999;  200(2): 183-91

23:  Llewellyn LE, Doyle J.
Microtitre plate assay for paralytic shellfish toxins using saxiphilin: gauging the effects of shellfish extract matrices, salts and pH upon assay performance.
Toxicon.    impact factor:   1.248
2001;  39(2-3): 217-24

24:  Stankiewicz M, Hamon A, Benkhalifa R, Kadziela W, Hue B, Lucas S, Mebs D, Pelhate M.
Effects of a centipede venom fraction on insect nervous system, a native Xenopus oocyte receptor and on an expressed Drosophila muscarinic receptor.
Toxicon.    impact factor:   1.248
1999;  37(10): 1431-45

25:  Cohen E, Quistad GB.
Cytotoxic effects of arthropod venoms on various cultured cells.
Toxicon.    impact factor:   1.248
1998;  36(2): 353-8

26:  Negri A, Llewellyn L.
Comparative analyses by HPLC and the sodium channel and saxiphilin 3H-saxitoxin receptor assays for paralytic shellfish toxins in crustaceans and molluscs from tropical North West Australia.
Toxicon.    impact factor:   1.248
1998;  36(2): 283-98

27:  Mohamed AH, Abu-Sinna G, El-Shabaka HA, El-Aal AA.
Proteins, lipids, lipoproteins and some enzyme characterizations of the venom extract from the centipede Scolopendra morsitans.
Toxicon.    impact factor:   1.248
1983;  21(3): 371-7

28:  Nagpal N, Kanwar U.
The poison gland in the centipede Otostigmus ceylonicus; morphology and cytochemistry.
Toxicon.    impact factor:   1.248
1981;  19(6): 898-902

29:  Mohamed AH, Zaid E, El-Beih NM, Abd El-Aal A.
Effects of an extract from the centipede Scolopendra moristans on intestine, uterus and heart contractions and on blood glucose and liver and muscle glycogen levels.
Toxicon.    impact factor:   1.248
1980;  18(5-6): 581-9

30:  Noda N, Yashiki Y, Nakatani T, Miyahara K, Du XM.
A novel quinoline alkaloid possessing a 7-benzyl group from the centipede, Scolopendra subspinipes.
Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo).    impact factor:   1.117
2001;  49(7): 930-1

31:  Wang JD, Narui T, Kurata H, Takeuchi K, Hashimoto T, Okuyama T.
Hematological studies on naturally occurring substances. II. Effects of animal crude drugs on blood coagulation and fibrinolysis systems.
Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo).    impact factor:   1.117
1989;  37(8): 2236-8

32:  Vandenbulcke F, Grelle C, Fabre MC, Descamps M.
Implication of the midgut of the centipede Lithobius forficatus in the heavy metal detoxification process.
Ecotoxicol Environ Saf.    impact factor:   1.06
1998;  41(3): 258-68

33:  Pyza E, Mak P, Kramarz P, Laskowski R.
Heat shock proteins (HSP70) as biomarkers in ecotoxicological studies.
Ecotoxicol Environ Saf.    impact factor:   1.06
1997;  38(3): 244-51

34:  Juberthie-Jupeau L.
Cellular junctions of the midgut in the centipede (Scutigerella pagesi) as revealed by lanthanum tracer and freeze-fracture technique.
Tissue Cell.    impact factor:   1.028
1979;  11(2): 317-23

35:  Menez A, Zimmerman K, Zimmerman S, Heatwole H.
Venom apparatus and toxicity of the centipede Ethmostigmus rubripes (Chilopoda, Scolopendridae).
J Morphol.    impact factor:   1.02
1990;  206(3): 303-12

36:  Harada K, Asa K, Imachi T, Yamaguchi Y, Yoshida K.
Centipede inflicted postmortem injury.
J Forensic Sci.    impact factor:   .99
1999;  44(4): 849-50

37:  Xylander WE, Nevermann L.
Antibacterial activity in the hemolymph of myriapods (Arthropoda).
J Invertebr Pathol.    impact factor:   .96
1990;  56(2): 206-14

38:  Shortman SL, Braman SK, Duncan RR, Hanna WW, Engelke MC.
Evaluation of turfgrass species and cultivars for potential resistance to twolined spittlebug (Hemiptera: Cercopidae).
J Econ Entomol.    impact factor:   .909
2002;  95(2): 478-86

39:  Friedman IS, Phelps RG, Baral J, Sapadin AN.
Wells' syndrome triggered by centipede bite.
Int J Dermatol.    impact factor:   .867
1998;  37(8): 602-5

40:  Gelbier S, Kopkin B.
Pericoronitis due to a centipede. A case report.
Br Dent J.    impact factor:   .844
1972;  133(7): 307-8

41:  Nevermann L, Kaiser HE, Xylander WE.
Microbial induced hemocytic immune reactions in chilopods.
In Vivo.    impact factor:   .794
1996;  10(2): 161-7

42:  Koh D, Goh CL, Tan HT, Ng SK, Wong WK.
Allergic contact dermatitis from grasses.
Contact Dermatitis.    impact factor:   .741
1997;  37(1): 32-4

43:  Nagel R, Tang FF.
Experimental Results on the Centipede Game in Normal Form: An Investigation on Learning.
J Math Psychol.    impact factor:   .692
1998;  42(2/3): 356-84

44:  Pemberton RW.
Insects and other arthropods used as drugs in Korean traditional medicine.
J Ethnopharmacol.    impact factor:   .687
1999;  65(3): 207-16

45:  Pocard M.
[Origin of animal experimentation legislation in the 19th century]
Ann Chir.    impact factor:   .632
1999;  53(7): 627-31

46:  Barnett PL.
Centipede ingestion by a six-month-old infant: toxic side effects.
Pediatr Emerg Care.    impact factor:   .523
1991;  7(4): 229-30

47:  Mohri S, Sugiyama A, Saito K, Nakajima H.
Centipede bites in Japan.
Cutis.    impact factor:   .452
1991;  47(3): 189-90

48:  Gomes A, Datta A, Sarangi B, Kar PK, Lahiri SC.
Occurrence of histamine and histamine release by centipede venom.
Indian J Med Res.    impact factor:   .365
1982;  76: 888-91

49:  Smolianinov VV, Karpovich AL.
[Kinematics of metachronous walking. III. Invariants]
Biofizika.    impact factor:   .303
1975;  20(5): 925-30

50:  Parco JE, Rapoport A, Stein WE.
Effects of financial incentives on the breakdown of mutual trust.
Psychol Sci.    impact factor:   0
2002;  13(3): 292-7

51:  Hertel W, Wirkner CS, Pass G.
Studies on the cardiac physiology of Onychophora and Chilopoda.
Comp Biochem Physiol A Mol Integr Physiol.    impact factor:   0
2002;  133(3): 605-9

52:  McFee RB, Caraccio TR, Mofenson HC, McGuigan MA.
Envenomation by the Vietnamese centipede in a Long Island pet store.
J Toxicol Clin Toxicol.    impact factor:   0
2002;  40(5): 573-4

53:  Barroso E, Hidaka AS, dos Santos AX, Matos Franca JD, de Sousa AM, Rodrigues Valente J, Amoras Magalhaes AF, Oliveira Pardal PP.
[Centipede stings notified by the "Centro de Informacoes Toxicologicas de Belem", over a 2-year period]
Rev Soc Bras Med Trop.    impact factor:   0
2001;  34(6): 527-30

54:  Bush SP, King BO, Norris RL, Stockwell SA.
Centipede envenomation.
Wilderness Environ Med.    impact factor:   0
2001;  12(2): 93-9

55:  Minelli A.
Holomeric vs. meromeric segmentation: a tale of centipedes, leeches, and rhombomeres.
Evol Dev.    impact factor:   0
2000;  2(1): 35-48

56:  Rodriguez-Acosta A, Gassette J, Gonzalez A, Ghisoli M.
Centipede (Scolopendra gigantea Linneaus 1758) envenomation in a newborn.
Rev Inst Med Trop Sao Paulo.    impact factor:   0
2000;  42(6): 341-2

57:  Lavrov DV, Brown WM, Boore JL.
A novel type of RNA editing occurs in the mitochondrial tRNAs of the centipede Lithobius forficatus.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.    impact factor:   0
2000;  97(25): 13738-42

58:  Kettle C, Arthur W.
Latitudinal cline in segment number in an arthropod species, Strigamia maritima.
Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci.    impact factor:   0
2000;  267(1451): 1393-7

59:  Giribet G, Carranza S, Riutort M, Baguna J, Ribera C.
Internal phylogeny of the Chilopoda (Myriapoda, Arthropoda) using complete 18S rDNA and partial 28S rDNA sequences.
Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci.    impact factor:   0
1999;  354(1380): 215-22

60:  Arthur W.
Variable segment number in centipedes: population genetics meets evolutionary developmental biology.
Evol Dev.    impact factor:   0
1999;  1(1): 62-9

61:  Liu L, Jin R, Xu G.
[HPLC determination of uracil xanthine, hypoxanthine and uridine in species of animal drugs]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1999;  24(2): 73-6, 124

62:  Kramarz P.
Dynamics of accumulation and decontamination of cadmium and zinc in carnivorous invertebrates. 2. The centipede Lithobius mutabilis Koch.
Bull Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   0
1999;  63(4): 538-45

63:  Knysak I, Martins R, Bertim CR.
Epidemiological aspects of centipede (Scolopendromorphae: Chilopoda) bites registered in greater S. Paulo, SP, Brazil.
Rev Saude Publica.    impact factor:   0
1998;  32(6): 514-8

64:  Pontuale G, Romagnoli P, Maroli M.
[Biology and pathology of Scolopendra cingulata Latreille, 1829 (Chilopoda: Scolopendridae) stings]
Ann Ist Super Sanita.    impact factor:   0
1997;  33(2): 241-4

65:  Li X, Chen H, Gan M.
[Anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of scolopendra from different habitats]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1996;  21(8): 498-9, 512

66:  Lin TJ, Yang CC, Yang GY, Ger J, Tsai WJ, Deng JF.
Features of centipede bites in Taiwan.
Trop Geogr Med.    impact factor:   0
1995;  47(6): 300-2

67:  Wang YF, Han SH, Qu SM, Zhao T.
[Experimental study on anti-senility effects of centipede]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1994;  19(11): 685-7, 703-4

68:  Val'tseva IA, Krylov VN, Egorov VV, Sheshina NP.
[A comparative analysis of the action of zootoxins on the isolated heart]
Nauchnye Doki Vyss Shkoly Biol Nauki.    impact factor:   0
1991;  (4): 47-53

69:  de Graaf T.
[The intermediate professional nurse. 'You are a centipede and a Jack-of-all-trades']
TVZ.    impact factor:   0
1990;  (21): 685-7

70:  Uppal SS, Agnihotri V, Ganguly S, Badhwar S, Shetty KJ.
Clinical aspects of centipede bite in the Andamans.
J Assoc Physicians India.    impact factor:   0
1990;  38(2): 163-4

71:  Mumcuoglu KY, Leibovici V.
Centipede (Scolopendra) bite: a case report.
Isr J Med Sci.    impact factor:   0
1989;  25(1): 47-9

72:  Logan JL, Ogden DA.
Rhabdomyolysis and acute renal failure following the bite of the giant desert centipede Scolopendra heros.
West J Med.    impact factor:   0
1985;  142(4): 549-50

73:  Gomes A, Datta A, Sarangi B, Kar PK, Lahiri SC.
Isolation, purification & pharmacodynamics of a toxin from the venom of the centipede Scolopendra subspinipes dehaani Brandt.
Indian J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   0
1983;  21(4): 203-7

74:  Tyagi HR, Tewari HB.
On the enzymatic make-ups of the integumentary derivatives and their physiological roles in the Indian centipede, Scolopendra moristans.
Acta Morphol Neerl Scand.    impact factor:   0
1982;  20(2): 151-64

75:  Gomes A, Datta A, Sarangi B, Kar PK, Lahiri SC.
Pharmacodynamics of venom of the centipede Scolopendra subspinipes dehaani Brandt.
Indian J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   0
1982;  20(8): 615-8

76:  Riddle WA.
Respiratory metabolism of the centipede Nadabius coloradensis (Cockerell): influence of temperature, season and starvation.
Comp Biochem Physiol A.    impact factor:   0
1976;  55(2a): 147-51

77:  Karpovich AL, Smolianinova VV.
[Characteristics of the locomotion of the centipede Scolopendra cingulata]
Zh Evol Biokhim Fiziol.    impact factor:   0
1974;  10(5): 480-8

78:  Rajulu GS.
A study of haemocytes in a centipede Scolopendra morsitans (Chilopoda: myriapoda).
Cytologia (Tokyo).    impact factor:   0
1971;  36(3): 515-21

79:  Tyagi HR, Tewari HB.
Studies on the distribution of acid phosphatase in the sense organs of Indian Scolopendra (Scolopendra morsitans, L).
Folia Histochem Cytochem (Krakow).    impact factor:   0
1968;  6(3): 329-38

 

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