Chrysophanol

Toxin: 

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Trivial name: 

Anthraquinone, 1,​8-​dihydroxy-​3-​methyl- (8CI); 1,​8-​Dihydroxy-​3-​methyl-​9,​10-​anthracenedione; 1,​8-​Dihydroxy-​3-​methyl-​9,​10-​anthraquinone; 1,​8-​Dihydroxy-​3-​methylanthraquinone; 2-​Methyl-​4,​5-​dihydroxyanthraquino​ne; 3-​Methyl-​1,​8-​dihydroxyanthraquino​ne; 3-​Methylchrysazin; 4,​5-​Dihydroxy-​2-​methylanthraquinone; C.I. 75400; C.I. Natural Yellow 23; Chrysophanic acid; Chrysophanol; NSC 37132; NSC 646567; Turkey Rhubarb

Systematic name: 

1,8-dihydroxy-3-methylanthraquinone

Molecular formulae: 

C15H10O4

Molecular weight: 

254.24

Chem abstract number: 

481-74-3

Literature reference: 

The chemistry of mold products: synthetic analogs of antimycin; metal complexes of antimycin; cryosophanic acid and pachybasin from Aspergillus crystallinus. Farley, Thomas Michael. (1965), 107 pp. Decomposition in soil of emodin, chrysophanic acid, and a mixture of anthraquinones synthesized by an Aspergillus glaucus isolate. Linhares, L. F.; Martin, J. P. Soil Science Society of America Journal (1979), 43(5), 940-5. Studies on the metabolites of Aspergillus aculeatus YM 311498, an endophytic fungus from Azadirachta indica A. Juss. Wu, Shaohua; Chen, Youwei; Shao, Shicheng; Li, Zhiying;...

Toxicity: 

Genotoxic

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Date uploaded: 

2011-10-19 11:26:33