Isotetrahydroauroglaucin

ID 2: 180

Toxin: n

Trivial name:

Benzaldehyde, 2-​(5-​heptenyl)​-​3,​6-​dihydroxy-​5-​(3-​methyl-​2-​butenyl)​-​, (E)​-; Benzaldehyde, 2-​(5E)​-​5-​heptenyl-​3,​6-​dihydroxy-​5-​(3-​methyl-​2-​butenyl)​- (9CI); Auroglaucin, isotetrahydro-; Isotetrahydroaurogla​ucin

Systematic name:

Benzaldehyde, 2-(5E)-5-heptenyl-3,6-dihydroxy-5-(3-methyl-2-butenyl)-

Molecular formulae: 

C19H26O3

Molecular weight: 302.41

Chemical abstract number: 74886-32-1

Literature reference:

  • Isolation and structures of two new metabolites from Aspergillus ruber. Hamasaki, Takashi; Fukunaga, Mamoru; Kimura, Yasuo; Hatsuda, Yuichi. Agricultural and Biological Chemistry (1980), 44(7), 1685-7.
    Structure of a new metabolite, dihydroauroglaucin, produced by Aspergillus chevalieri. Hamasaki, Takashi; Kimura, Yasuo; Hatsuda, Yuichi; Nagao, Minako. Agricultural and Biological Chemistry (1981), 45(1), 313-14.
    Benzaldehyde derivatives from Eurotium rubrum, an endophytic fungus derived from the mangrove plant Hibiscus tiliaceus. Li, Dong-Li; Li, Xiao-Ming; Li, Tie-Gang; Dang, Hong-Yue; Proksch, Peter; Wang, Bin-Gui. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin (2008), 56(9), 1282-1285.
    Secondary metabolites from Eurotium species, Aspergillus calidoustus and A. insuetus common in Canadian homes with a review of their chemistry and biological activities. Slack, Gregory J.; Puniani, Eva; Frisvad, Jens C.; Samson, Robert A.; Miller, J. David. Mycological Research (2009), 113(4), 480-490.

References URL: 

Aspergillus Species known to produce this metabolite:

Toxicity:

Antioxidants

Structure image:  

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Date uploaded: 2008-07-07 16:30:55


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