Erythroglaucin

Toxin: 

n

Trivial name: 

Anthraquinone, 1,​4,​5-​trihydroxy-​7-​methoxy-​2-​methyl- (7CI,​8CI); 1,​4,​5-​Trihydroxy-​7-​methoxy-​2-​methylanthraquinone; Erythroglaucin; Erythroglaucine

Systematic name: 

9,​10-​Anthracenedione, 1,​4,​5-​trihydroxy-​7-​methoxy-​2-​methyl-

Molecular formulae: 

C16H12O6

Molecular weight: 

300.26

Chem abstract number: 

476-57-3

Literature reference: 

The biochemistry of micro-organisms. LXII. The crystalline coloring matters of species in the Aspergillus glaucus series. 2. Ashley, Julius N.; Raistrick, Harold; Richards, Taliesin. Biochemical Journal (1939), 33, 1291-1303. Growth and pigmentation of Aspergillus umbrosus. Carbone, Louis J.; Johnson, G. T. Mycologia (1964), 56, 185-95 Asperinines A and B, dimeric tetrahydroanthracene derivatives from Aspergillus ruber. Arai, Kunizo; Aoki, Yasuji; Yamamoto, Yuzuru. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin (1989), 37(3), 621-5. Bachmann M, Blaser P, Luthy J, Schlatter C. J...

Chemical type: 

Anthraquinone

Structure image: 

Aspergillus Species known to produce this metabolite: 

Date uploaded: 

2008-07-07 16:08:30