Ingredient ID 516 
Chinese Pronunciation BAIJIEZI 
English Name White Mustard Seed  
Latin Name Semen Sinapis Albae  
Aliases LaCaiZi  
Cancers  
Identified Compounds
8

order by name

1. 4-hydroxybenzylamine

   C7H9NO   123.15
  ID:3140

2. Sinalbin

   C14H19NO10S2   425.43
  ID:5865

3. Sinapic Acid

   C11H12O5   224.21
  ID:5866

4. Sinapine

   C16H25NO6   327.37
  ID:5868

5. 4-hydroxybenzoyl-choline

   C12H18NO3+   224.28
  ID:8065

6. P-hydroxybenzyl Isothiocyanate

   C8H7NOS   165.21
  ID:8373

7. P-hydroxybenzylalcohol

   C7H8O2   124.14
  ID:8374

8. Sinapine Bisulphate

   C11H14O6S   274.29
  ID:8437

 
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Available references (order by impact factor):

1:  Mohr H, Bienger I, Lange H.
Primary reaction of phytochrome.
Nature.    impact factor:   29.491
1971;  230(5288): 56-8

2:  Deltour R, Mosen H, Bronchart R.
Three-dimensional electron microscopy of the internal nucleolus-associated chromatin and of the nucleolar vacuoles during early germination of Sinapis alba.
J Cell Sci.    impact factor:   6.044
1986;  82: 53-71

3:  von Lintig J, Welsch R, Bonk M, Giuliano G, Batschauer A, Kleinig H.
Light-dependent regulation of carotenoid biosynthesis occurs at the level of phytoene synthase expression and is mediated by phytochrome in Sinapis alba and Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings.
Plant J.    impact factor:   5.09
1997;  12(3): 625-34

4:  Heintzen C, Melzer S, Fischer R, Kappeler S, Apel K, Staiger D.
A light- and temperature-entrained circadian clock controls expression of transcripts encoding nuclear proteins with homology to RNA-binding proteins in meristematic tissue.
Plant J.    impact factor:   5.09
1994;  5(6): 799-813

5:  Rees DA, Steele IW.
Polysaccharides in germination. Physical characterization of the pectic araban of white mustard cotyledons.
Biochemistry.    impact factor:   4.493
1966;  5(10): 3108-10

6:  Rees DA, Richardson NG.
Polysaccharides in germination. Occurrence, fine structure, and possible biological role of the pectic araban in white mustard cotyledons.
Biochemistry.    impact factor:   4.493
1966;  5(10): 3099-107

7:  Heintzen C, Fischer R, Melzer S, Kappeler K, Apel K, Staiger D.
Circadian oscillations of a transcript encoding a germin-like protein that is associated with cell walls in young leaves of the long-day plant Sinapis alba L.
Plant Physiol.    impact factor:   4.434
1994;  106(3): 905-15

8:  Gould SE, Rees DA, Wight NJ.
Polysaccharides in germination. Xyloglucans ( amyloids') from the cotyledons of white mustard.
Biochem J.    impact factor:   4.349
1971;  124(1): 47-53

9:  Ceci LR, Spoto N, de Virgilio M, Gallerani R.
The gene coding for the mustard trypsin inhibitor-2 is discontinuous and wound-inducible.
FEBS Lett.    impact factor:   3.72
1995;  364(2): 179-81

10:  Ceciliani F, Bortolotti F, Menegatti E, Ronchi S, Ascenzi P, Palmieri S.
Purification, inhibitory properties, amino acid sequence and identification of the reactive site of a new serine proteinase inhibitor from oil-rape (Brassica napus) seed.
FEBS Lett.    impact factor:   3.72
1994;  342(2): 221-4

11:  Menegatti E, Tedeschi G, Ronchi S, Bortolotti F, Ascenzi P, Thomas RM, Bolognesi M, Palmieri S.
Purification, inhibitory properties and amino acid sequence of a new serine proteinase inhibitor from white mustard (Sinapis alba L.) seed.
FEBS Lett.    impact factor:   3.72
1992;  301(1): 10-4

12:  Moyes CL, Lilley JM, Casais CA, Cole SG, Haeger PD, Dale PJ.
Barriers to gene flow from oilseed rape (Brassica napus) into populations of Sinapis arvensis.
Mol Ecol.    impact factor:   3.442
2002;  11(1): 103-12

13:  Ruoppolo M, Amoresano A, Pucci P, Pascarella S, Polticelli F, Trovato M, Menegatti E, Ascenzi P.
Characterization of five new low-molecular-mass trypsin inhibitors from white mustard (Sinapis alba L.) seed.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
2000;  267(21): 6486-92

14:  Ascenzi P, Ruoppolo M, Amoresano A, Pucci P, Consonni R, Zetta L, Pascarella S, Bortolotti F, Menegatti E.
Characterization of low-molecular-mass trypsin isoinhibitors from oil-rape (Brassica napus var. oleifera) seed.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1999;  261(1): 275-84

15:  Gonzalez De La Pena MA, Monsalve RI, Batanero E, Villalba M, Rodriguez R.
Expression in Escherichia coli of Sin a 1, the major allergen from mustard.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1996;  237(3): 827-32

16:  Menendez-Arias L, Moneo I, Dominguez J, Rodriguez R.
Primary structure of the major allergen of yellow mustard (Sinapis alba L.) seed, Sin a I.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1988;  177(1): 159-66

17:  Gun Lee D, Shin SY, Maeng CY, Jin ZZ, Kim KL, Hahm KS.
Isolation and characterization of a novel antifungal peptide from Aspergillus niger.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
1999;  263(3): 646-51

18:  Gonzalez de la Pena MA, Villalba M, Garcia-Lopez JL, Rodriguez R.
Cloning and expression of the major allergen from yellow mustard seeds, Sin a I.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
1993;  190(2): 648-53

19:  Bergfeld R, Schopfer P.
Transitory development of rough endoplasmic reticulum aggregates during embryo maturation in seeds of mustard (Sinapis alba L.).
Eur J Cell Biol.    impact factor:   3.043
1984;  34(1): 27-33

20:  De Leo F, Ceci LR, Jouanin L, Gallerani R.
Analysis of mustard trypsin inhibitor-2 gene expression in response to developmental or environmental induction.
Planta.    impact factor:   2.977
2001;  212(5-6): 710-7

21:  Bhattacharya J, Chaudhuri DK.
Isolation and characterisation of a crystalline antithiamine factor from mustard seed, Brassica juncea.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
1974;  343(1): 211-4

22:  Bjorkman R, Janson JC.
Studies on myrosinases. I. Purification and characterization of a myrosinase from white mustard seed (Sinapis alba, L.).
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
1972;  276(2): 508-18

23:  Pfannschmidt T, Link G.
The A and B forms of plastid DNA-dependent RNA polymerase from mustard (Sinapis alba L.) transcribe the same genes in a different developmental context.
Mol Gen Genet.    impact factor:   2.539
1997;  257(1): 35-44

24:  Jen JF, Lin TH, Huang JW, Chung WC.
Direct determination of sinigrin in mustard seed without desulfatation by reversed-phase ion-pair liquid chromatography.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2001;  912(2): 363-8

25:  Menendez-Arias L, Dominguez J, Moneo I, Rodriguez R.
Epitope mapping of the major allergen from yellow mustard seeds, Sin a I.
Mol Immunol.    impact factor:   2.076
1990;  27(2): 143-50

26:  Kako KJ, Peckett SD.
Effect of high fat/high erucic acid diet on phosphatidate synthesis and phosphatidate phosphatase in the subcellular fractions of rat heart and liver.
Lipids.    impact factor:   2.04
1981;  16(1): 23-9

27:  Neuhaus H, Link G.
The chloroplast psbK operon from mustard (Sinapis alba L.): multiple transcripts during seedling development and evidence for divergent overlapping transcription.
Curr Genet.    impact factor:   1.889
1990;  18(4): 377-83

28:  Asero R, Mistrello G, Roncarolo D, Amato S.
Allergenic similarities of 2S albumins.
Allergy.    impact factor:   1.801
2002;  57(1): 62-3

29:  Malet A, Valero A, Lluch M, Bescos M, Amat P, Serra E.
Hypersensitivity to mustard seed.
Allergy.    impact factor:   1.801
1993;  48(1): 62-3

30:  Boerjan W, den Boer B, van Montagu M.
Molecular genetic approaches to plant development.
Int J Dev Biol.    impact factor:   1.743
1992;  36(1): 59-66

31:  Menegatti E, Boggian M, Ascenzi P, Luisi PL.
Binding of the trypsin inhibitor from white mustard (Sinapis alba L.) seeds to bovine beta-trypsin: thermodynamic study.
J Enzyme Inhib.    impact factor:   1.733
1987;  2(1): 67-71

32:  Sharma RP, Mohapatra T.
Molecular mapping and tagging of genes in crop plants.
Genetica.    impact factor:   1.699
1996;  97(3): 313-20

33:  Llanos Palop M, Smiths JP, Brink BT.
Degradation of sinigrin by Lactobacillus agilis strain R16.
Int J Food Microbiol.    impact factor:   1.673
1995;  26(2): 219-29

34:  Szmigielska AM, Schoenau JJ.
Use of anion-exchange membrane extraction for the high-performance liquid chromatographic analysis of mustard seed glucosinolates.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(11): 5190-4

35:  Hashim S, Banerjee S, Madhubala R, Rao AR.
Chemoprevention of DMBA-induced transplacental and translactational carcinogenesis in mice by oil from mustard seeds (Brassica spp.).
Cancer Lett.    impact factor:   1.518
1998;  134(2): 217-26

36:  Mackenzie SL.
Cultivar differences in proteins of oriental mustard (Brassica jununcea (L.) Coss.).
J Am Oil Chem Soc.    impact factor:   1.296
1973;  50(10): 411-4

37:  Formo MW.
The oilseed industry of India--potential for food use of proteins.
J Am Oil Chem Soc.    impact factor:   1.296
1971;  48(10): 619-24

38:  Karow H, Mohr H.
Phytochrome-mediated repression of enzyme increase in mustard seedlings.
Naturwissenschaften.    impact factor:   1.279
1969;  56(2): 94

39:  Steiner AM.
Influence of substrate reserves on cell growth and cell-wall synthesis. Hypocotyl of Sinapis alba L.
Naturwissenschaften.    impact factor:   1.279
1969;  56(8): 423

40:  van Poucke M, Barthe F, Mohr H.
Phytochrome-mediated induction of ascorbic acid oxidase in mustard seedlings.
Naturwissenschaften.    impact factor:   1.279
1969;  56(8): 417

41:  Lange H, Steiner AM.
Interaction between hydroxyproline inhibition and phytochrome dependent accumulation of anthocyanin in mustard seedlings (Sinapis alba L).
Naturwissenschaften.    impact factor:   1.279
1968;  55(4): 188

42:  Weidner M, Rissland I, Mohr H.
Photoinduction of phenylalanine ammonia-lyase in mustard seedlings: involvement of phytochrome.
Naturwissenschaften.    impact factor:   1.279
1968;  55(9): 452

43:  Steiner AM, Lange H.
Interaction between hydroxyproline and phytochrome controlling hypocotylelongation in mustard seedlings (Sinapis alba L).
Naturwissenschaften.    impact factor:   1.279
1968;  55(4): 187-8

44:  Schnarrenberger C, Mohr H.
Phytochrome-mediated synthesis of carotenoids in mustard seedlings (Sinapis alba L).
Naturwissenschaften.    impact factor:   1.279
1967;  54(24): 648-9

45:  Durst F, Mohr H.
Half-life of phytochrome-induced phenylalanine deaminase in mustard seedlings (Sinapis alba L.).
Naturwissenschaften.    impact factor:   1.279
1966;  53(24): 707

46:  Fargasova A.
Comparative study of ecotoxicological effect of triorganotin compounds on various biological subjects.
Ecotoxicol Environ Saf.    impact factor:   1.06
1997;  36(1): 38-42

47:  Mehta N, Saharan GS, Kathpal TS.
Absorption and degradation of metalaxyl in mustard plant (Brassica juncea).
Ecotoxicol Environ Saf.    impact factor:   1.06
1997;  37(2): 119-24

48:  Fargasova A.
Comparative study of plant growth hormone (herbicide) toxicity in various biological subjects.
Ecotoxicol Environ Saf.    impact factor:   1.06
1994;  29(3): 359-64

49:  Ono H, Tesaki S, Tanabe S, Watanabe M.
6-Methylsulfinylhexyl isothiocyanate and its homologues as food-originated compounds with antibacterial activity against Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus.
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.    impact factor:   1.039
1998;  62(2): 363-5

50:  Raghavan B, Shankaranarayana ML, Nagalakshmi S, Natarajan CP.
Colorimetric determination of sinalbin (sinapin p-hydroxybenzylglucosinolate).
Mikrochim Acta.    impact factor:   .866
1972;  (6): 818-22

51:  Olsson G.
Continuous selection for seed number per pod and oil content in white mustard.
Hereditas.    impact factor:   .855
1974;  77(2): 197-204

52:  Capesius I, Bopp M.
[Inhibition of DNA-synthesis by 5-FUDR in Sinapis alba (L)]
Z Naturforsch B.    impact factor:   .744
1970;  25(12): 1475-7

53:  Frosch S, Wagner E, Mohr H.
Control by phytochrome of the level of nicotinamide nucleotides in the cotyledons of the mustard seedling.
Z Naturforsch [C].    impact factor:   .709
1974;  29(7-8): 392-8

54:  Schopfer P, Plachy C.
[Organ-specific photodetermination by phytochrome of the development of peroxidase activity in mustard seedlings (Sinapis alba L). I. Kinetic analysis (author's transl)]
Z Naturforsch [C].    impact factor:   .709
1973;  28(5): 296-301

55:  Kozlowska H, Zadernowski R, Sosulski FW.
Phenolic acids in oilseed flours.
Nahrung.    impact factor:   .395
1983;  27(5): 449-53

56:  Pokorny J, Zeman I.
[Plant lipids. 3. Fatty acids of mustard seed lipids]
Nahrung.    impact factor:   .395
1971;  15(1): 35-41

57:  Chakrabarti DK, Ghosal S.
Mycotoxins produced by Fusarium oxysporum in the seeds of Brassica campestris during storage.
Mycopathologia.    impact factor:   .364
1987;  97(2): 69-75

58:  Das Gupta SK.
Changes in chemical & fatty acid composition during the last phase of maturation of seeds of two Indian mustard cultivars Brassica juncea Coss.
Indian J Biochem Biophys.    impact factor:   .256
1974;  11(3): 263-4

59:  Gaur A, Gupta SK.
Lipid components of mustard seeds (Brassica juncea L.) as influenced by cadmium levels.
Plant Foods Hum Nutr.    impact factor:   .133
1994;  46(2): 93-102

60:  Gupta A, Parihar NS, Bhatnagar A.
Lindane, chlorpyriphos, and quinalphos residues in mustard seed and oil.
Bull Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   0
2001;  67(1): 122-5

61:  Buskov S, Hasselstrom J, Olsen CE, Sorensen H, Sorensen JC, Sorensen S.
Supercritical fluid chromatography as a method of analysis for the determination of 4-hydroxybenzylglucosinolate degradation products.
J Biochem Biophys Methods.    impact factor:   0
2000;  43(1-3): 157-74

62:  Gulbransen G, Esernio-Jenssen D.
Aspiration of black mustard.
J Toxicol Clin Toxicol.    impact factor:   0
1998;  36(6): 591-3

63:  Hails RS, Rees M, Kohn DD, Crawley MJ.
Burial and seed survival in Brassica napus subsp. oleifera and Sinapis arvensis including a comparison of transgenic and non-transgenic lines of the crop.
Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci.    impact factor:   0
1997;  264(1378): 1-7

64:  Burmeister WP, Cottaz S, Driguez H, Iori R, Palmieri S, Henrissat B.
The crystal structures of Sinapis alba myrosinase and a covalent glycosyl-enzyme intermediate provide insights into the substrate recognition and active-site machinery of an S-glycosidase.
Structure.    impact factor:   0
1997;  5(5): 663-75

65:  Khan BA, Abraham A, Leelamma S.
Anti-oxidant effects of curry leaf, Murraya koenigii and mustard seeds, Brassica juncea in rats fed with high fat diet.
Indian J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   0
1997;  35(2): 148-50

66:  Svendsen I, Nicolova D, Goshev I, Genov N.
Primary structure, spectroscopic and inhibitory properties of a two-chain trypsin inhibitor from the seeds of charlock (Sinapis arvensis L), a member of the napin protein family.
Int J Pept Protein Res.    impact factor:   0
1994;  43(5): 425-30

67:  Fargasova A.
Comparative toxicity of five metals on various biological subjects.
Bull Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   0
1994;  53(2): 317-24

68:  Dasgupta S, Mandal RK.
Characterization of 2S seed storage protein of Brassica campestris and its antigenic homology with seed proteins of other Cruciferae.
Biochem Int.    impact factor:   0
1991;  25(3): 409-17

69:  Dominguez J, Cuevas M, Urena V, Munoz T, Moneo I.
Purification and characterization of an allergen of mustard seed.
Ann Allergy.    impact factor:   0
1990;  64(4): 352-7

70:  Murthy NV, Narasinga Rao MS.
Acid denaturation of mustard 12S protein.
Int J Pept Protein Res.    impact factor:   0
1984;  23(1): 94-103

71:  Holley RA, Allan-Wojtas P, Phipps-Todd BE.
Nematospora sinecauda sp. nov., a yeast pathogen of mustard seeds.
Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek.    impact factor:   0
1984;  50(4): 305-20

72:  Sandhu HS, Tiwari SC, Naik G, Bose C.
An epidemiological study of an outbreak of epidemic dropsy in Itarsi (MP).
Indian J Public Health.    impact factor:   0
1982;  26(1): 10-5

73:  Gururaj Rao A, Narasinga Rao MS.
Comparative study of the high molecular weight protein fraction of mustard (B. juncea) and rapeseed (B. campestris).
Int J Pept Protein Res.    impact factor:   0
1981;  18(2): 154-61

74:  Myher JJ, Kuksis A, Vasdev SC, Kako KJ.
Acylglycerol structure of mustard seed oil and of cardiac lipids of rats during dietary lipidosis.
Can J Biochem.    impact factor:   0
1979;  57(11): 1315-27

75:  Devani MB, Shishoo CJ, Dadia BK.
Spectrophotometric determination of allylisothiocyanate in mustard seed oil.
J Assoc Off Anal Chem.    impact factor:   0
1976;  59(3): 689-92

76:  Nadirov NK, Khafizov RKh, Gareeva KhZ, Sakaveva RF, Dzhura NI.
[Study of the tocopherols and sterols of certain plant oils]
Prikl Biokhim Mikrobiol.    impact factor:   0
1975;  11(5): 805-7

77:  Woodham AA.
The effects of processing on the nutritive value of vegetable-protein concentrates.
Proc Nutr Soc.    impact factor:   0
1973;  32(1): 23-9

78:  Basu AK, Ghosh A, Dutta J.
Fatty acid composition of mustard (Brassica nigra) seed oil by gas-liquid chromatography.
J Chromatogr.    impact factor:   0
1973;  86(1): 232-3

79:  Kaplan IS, Tikhomirov FA.
[Reasons for the radioresistance of plants of the Cruciferae family]
Radiobiologiia.    impact factor:   0
1972;  12(2): 247-52

80:  Coumanne C, Jacqmard A, Kinet JM, Bodson M, Ledoux L, Huart R.
Translocation and distribution of bacterial DNA in "Sinapus alba".
Arch Int Physiol Biochim.    impact factor:   0
1971;  79(4): 823-4

81:  Oelze-Karow H, Schopfer P, Mohr H.
Phytochrome-mediated repression of enzyme synthesis (lipoxygenase): a threshold phenomenon.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.    impact factor:   0
1970;  65(1): 51-7

82:  Woodham AA.
Oilseed protein: present and future.
World Rev Nutr Diet.    impact factor:   0
1969;  10: 44-76

83:  Lebedeva LI, Kerkis IuIa, Miagkaia TT.
[The dependence of the development of irradiated seed on the temperature of germination]
Radiobiologiia.    impact factor:   0
1968;  8(2): 293-9

 

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