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> Content Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1. Fermentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 2. Phytochemicals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 3. Toxins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 3.1. Natural Toxins - Venoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 3.1.1. Snake Venoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 3.1.2. Scorpion Venoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 3.1.3. Spider Venoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 3.1.4. Amphibian Venoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 3.1.5. Other Arthropod Venoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 3.2. Natural Toxins - synthetically produced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 4. Amines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 5. Enzymes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 5.1. Oxidoreductases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 5.2. Transferases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 5.3. Hydrolases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 5.4. Lyases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 5.5. Isomerases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62


> Introduction 3

> Introduction Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch e.K. is a globally-active company specialised in rare chemicals and the contract manufacturing according to the customers needs. Founded in 1788 Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch started as the first chemical factory in Germany – known under the brand name Chemische Fabrik Marktredwitz AG before 1985 Oskar Tropitzsch transformed the production site to the worldwide known trading company. In the course of time the product portfolio changed – some categories were concentrated others were expended and new ones were added.

> Industrial Chemicals • Additives for the colour and lacquer industry • Additives for agricultural pesticides • Additives for the electroplating and textile industry Thanks to our continuous contact to our customers and suppliers in over 60 countries, we are able to source and supply nearly every product, no matter how rare it is. Along with the product, we supply if necessary, documentation according to cGMP. This network of partnership guarantees you the utmost benefit for your company.

History

Today the portfolio contains the following categories: > Fermentation products • More than 550 products • From lab scale up to industrial scale > Phytochemicals • More than 600 standard reference materials from Acetoxyvalerenic acid to Z-Ligustilide • More than 400 plant extracts • Plant cultivation under GMP conditions • Sourcing of plants • Glucosinolates and Desulfoglucosinolates from mg to kg • In vitro cultivation and selection • Library with more than 220.000 fractions > Natural Toxins • Natural Toxins from Bees, Conch, Scorpions, Snakes, Spiders • Toxins synthetically produced under GMP conditions

Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch e.K. has been existing in its current version for almost 25 years now. The beginnings, however, go back more than 220 years to the roots of chemical industry in Europe and particularly in Germany. July 24, 1788 is said to have been the birthday of the Chemical Factory W.C. Fikentscher from which Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch emerged in 1985. But let’s go back to the beginnings: founded by Wolfgang Caspar Fikentscher in 1788 the Chemical Factory was the first chemical factory in Germany. In those days chemistry meant alchemy or “the art of trying”. Apart from the production of chemicals for the glass industry and glass itself the wish to produce gold from cheap raw materials made Fikentscher work with mercury as early as 1790. He did not obtain gold but a wide knowledge of the fungicide effect of the mercury combination which was to be of great importance for his firm’s future. Fikentscher himself had trained to be a pharmacist’s assistant and put his masters’ plan to establish a chemical factory, into effect. Owing to his education he knew which products the “market” required then, and therefore the firm grew very fast. Even in those days the connections spread world-wide and were not limited to the region.

> Amines • Unusual Building Blocks

Despite the situation at the beginning of the 19th century when there were no trains, motor vessels, cars, telephones, gas or electricity Fikentscher managed to import guano from Chile, which was transported to Hamburg by sea and upstream the Elbe River until it was finally carried to Marktredwitz by horse and cart through the mountain range of the Erzgebirge.

> Enzymes • Enzymes specialised for the pharmaceutical industry • Customized development of enzymes > Insects for pharmaceutical & homeopathic industry • According to CITES • Including all documentation

In 1822 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe visited the firm. This visit emphasizes the importance the Chemical Factory had in those days. Supported by the Fikentscher family, Goethe carried out several experiments in Marktredwitz and was able to confirm his famous theory of chromatics.

> Pharmaceutical Raw Materials and APIs

1890 marked the year of new beginnings. Roughly 100 years after its foundation the Chemical Factory was sold to two brothers, Oskar Bruno Tropitzsch and Curt Bernhard Tropitzsch by W. C. Fikentscher´s descendants. In order to maintain the company, they had to have an idea and came to the conclusion that limiting their product range and specializing in the field of mercury preparations might

> Metal and metal compounds • Bismuth and Bismuth compounds • Mercury and Mercury compounds • Silver and Silver compounds

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4 > Introduction change their situation for the better. Due to this idea the small factory had become the most important producer of these specialist products by 1914. Until the beginning of the 20th century, fungal diseases in grain were causing considerable problems in agriculture. This led to crop failures of up to 90% in Europe and famines with thousands of people dying of starvation. Consequently, research was carried out into finding a fungicide to reduce the enormous shortfalls. In 1907 the Chemical Factory Marktredwitz was producing the first mercurial seed dressing (Fusariol) which fought mould and was able to safeguard and increase yield. Since this time there has been no more nature-related famines in Western Europe!

Product search Our wide range of products covers a large number of requirements our customers have. We are, however, always prepared to look for substances our customers might need. Due to our global network comprising more than 60 countries we are in a position to offer chemical specialities on short notice. In case we are not able to deliver immediately we keep our customer updated on the situation. At times we have found substances after more than 6 months and were able to supply our customer. This service is free of charge - even if no order will be placed later on.

Marketing of products - Product knowledge meets business know-how! As a trading company doing business throughout the world we attend various

In 1931 the Chemical Factory Marktredwitz went public and was renamed CFM AG. During the following years the connections all over the world, as well as the product range were expanded and intensified. The latest change took place in 1985, when Oskar Tropitzsch established Cfm, which took over “goodwill” and “know how” from CFM AG. Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch e.K. transferred the production of CFM AG to various contractors. The product range has been increased considerably and now includes a large variety of products for analytic, biotechnology as well as the pharmaceutical industry. Even as a trader Cfm is closely connected with production by different holdings and is internationally known as a specialist in the search for rare and special chemicals.

> Services Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch e.K. offers their customers a great variety of different services which exceed the usual trade in chemicals by far. Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch e.K. does not focus on the possibilities a supplier might have but on the individual requirements of its customer regarding quantity, quality, documentation and delivery time - according to their motto: finding the best solution for you!

Exceptional products Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch e.K. has a range of exceptional products for the most varied applications in its portfolio. Quantity however is not the limiting factor here.

Milligrams - tons Due to our long experience in this business we are aware of the fact that a few grams or even milligrams are sufficient for research. If you are interested in substances, do not hesitate to contact us regardless how small the required quantity may be. In case the research project is successfully completed and our customer needs larger quantities, we inform the supplier way ahead to enable him to complete the scale-up before you might need larger quantities ranging from kilos to maybe even tons later on. Our supplier is able to make upscale investments in time because he is currently being updated on the development of the market by Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch e.K.

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symposia, professional conventions or trade fairs at least once a month and offer universities, institutes and research institutes the opportunity to market their products, patents and ideas globally. Moreover we will be happy to find potential partners who are interested in licensing agreements for your patent. In order to achieve this we are regularly in touch with almost all global players in the pharmaceutical industry.

Documentation You need a special documentation for a raw material of your project? Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch e.K. is in touch with partners who can supply these documentations. In order to demonstrate the performance in this sector we would like to give you the example of one of our suppliers who is able to document the following data: • Date of birth of the snake • List of possible diseases of the snake • The medication the snake got in case of diseases • Inoculations the snake got • How was the snake fed and what was fed? • Which detergents were used to clan the cage? • How many offspring did the snake have?

Customs Syntheses Special projects call for special partners. In cooperation with our producers we offer individual customer syntheses. Documentation (DMF) as per the customers´ requirements is of course included. One of our partners has developed more than 250 molecules in the last five years which were synthesised on a very high scientific level.

Search for suppliers It is a problem intrinsic to the pharmaceutical industry that sometimes a research project has developed in connection with an approved drug but there is only one supplier for the raw materials. Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch e.K. will be happy to find a reliable and in terms of quality appropriate second supplier, who will also pass the various audits required.

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> 1. Fermentation Code 5500004 75747-14-7 614-80-2 510-18-9 50722-38-8 142203-65-4 5500005 5500146 5500145 50-76-0 7240-37-1 1402-41-1 1402-42-2 5500144 5500143 5500142 5500141 5500006 58-61-7 1162-65-8 7220-81-7 1165-39-5 7241-98-7 6795-23-9 6885-57-0 5500007 144096-46-8 144096-47-9 5500008 5500009 60668-24-8 1402-83-1 5500010 22862-76-6 82189-03-5 82189-04-6 4803-27-4 154639-24-4 485815-59-6 485815-61-0 121569-61-7 38966-21-1 183506-66-3 5500011 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

Name A80915 C 17-AAG 2-Acetamidophenol Acetomycin 3-Acetyl-Deoxynivalenol 13-Acetyl-9-Dihydrobaccatin-III Acremonidin A Actinomycin C2 Actinomycin C3 Actinomycin D 7-Aminoactinomycin D Actinomycin E1 Actinomycin E2 Actinomycin X0 b Actinomycin X0 d Actinomycin X2 Actinomycin Z1 Actiphenol Adenosin Aflatoxin B1 Aflatoxin B2 Aflatoxin G1 Aflatoxin G2 Aflatoxin M1 Aflatoxin M2 AGI-B4 Agistatine B Agistatine D Agrochelin A Agrochelin B Alafosfaline Angolamycin Angucycline Anisomycin Ansatrienin A Ansatrienin B Anthramycin Antibiotic TAN 1364B Antibiotic TPU-0037-A Antibiotic TPU-0037-C Antibiotic UCN-02 Aphidicolin Apicidin Apiosporamide TEL

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Formula C26H33Cl3O6 C31H43N3O8 C8H9NO2 C10H14O5 C17H22O7 C33H42O12

CAS-No. 75747-14-7 614-80-2 510-18-9 50722-38-8 142203-65-4

C63H88N12O16 C64H90N12O16 C62H86N12O16 C62H87N13O16 C65H92N12O16 C66H94N2O16 C62H86N12O17 C62H86N12O17 C62H84N12O17 C62H84N12O19 C15H17NO4 C10H13N5O4 C17H12O6 C17H14O6 C17H12O7 C17H14O7

50-76-0 7240-37-1 1402-41-1 1402-42-2

C17H12O7

58-61-7 1162-65-8 7220-81-7 1165-39-5 7241-98-7 6795-23-9 6885-57-0

C11H18O4 C11H14O4

144096-46-8 144096-47-9

C5H13N2O4P C46H77NO17 C29H27NO11 C14H19NO4 C36H48N2O8 C36H50N2O8 C16H17N3O4 C21H36O5 C46H72N4O10 C46H72N4O9 C28H26N4O4 C20H34O4 C34H49N5O6

60668-24-8 1402-83-1

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Name Aprosporamide-N-oxide Ascomycin Aspergione F Asperlactone Asperlin Asperloxine A Aspinolide B Aspinonene Aspyrone Astasin Aureothin Aureothricin Aurofusarin Auxarconjugatins mixture Averantin 6 methylether Avilamycin B Avilamycin D1 Bacircine 5 Bafilomycin A1 Bafilomycin B1 Barbaloin Basiliskamide A Becatecarin Berninamycin A Bicignolin D-Biotin Bischloroanthrabenzoxocinone Blasticidin A Blastidicin S Bleomycin Sulfate Borrelidin Brefeldin A Brevicompanine B 4-Bromo-A23187 Butenolide Butyrolactone I BX-86 Piridoxatin Caerulomycin A Calcium Ionophore (A23187), Ca-Mg salt Calcium Ionophore (A23187), free acid Calphostin C Castanospermine Cefpodoxime Proxetil Celastramcin A TEL

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Code 5500012 104987-12-4 5500013 76375-62-7 30387-51-0 5500140 188605-15-4 157676-96-5 17398-00-4 5500014 2825-00-5 574-95-8 13191-64-5 5500015 5500016 73240-30-9 5500117 5500118 88899-55-2 88899-56-3 5133-19-7 5500017 119673-08-4 58798-97-3 5500018 58-85-5 866022-28-8 100513-53-9 2079-00-7 9041-93-4 7184-60-3 20350-15-6 215121-47-4 76455-82-8 497-23-4 87414-49-1 5500020 21802-37-9 5500148 5500149 121263-19-2 79831-76-8 87239-81-4 5500021

Formula

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C43H69NO12

104987-12-4

C9H12O4 C10H12O5 C21H19N3O5 C14H20O6 C9H16O4 C9H12O4 C35H50O7 C22H23NO6 C9H10N2O2S2 C30H18O12

76375-62-7 30387-51-0 188605-15-4 157676-96-5 17398-00-4 2825-00-5 574-95-8 13191-64-5

C21H22O7 C59H84Cl2O32 C57H82Cl2O31 C53H93N7O13 C35H58O9 C44H65NO13 C21H22O9 C23H31NO4 C33H34Cl2N4O7 C51H51N15O15S

73240-30-9

88899-55-2 88899-56-3 5133-19-7 119673-08-4 58798-97-3

C10H16N2O3S C28H24O7Cl2 C58H107NO23 C17H26N8O5 C55H82N17O21S3*H2SO4 C28H43NO6 C16H24O4 C22H29N3O2 C29H36BrN3O6 C4H4O2 C24H24O7

58-85-5 866022-28-8 100513-53-9 2079-00-7 9041-93-4 7184-60-3 20350-15-6 215121-47-4 76455-82-8 497-23-4 87414-49-1

C12H11N3O2 C29H37N3O6 C29H37N3O6 C44H38O14 C8H15NO4 C21H27N5O9S2

21802-37-9 52665-69-7 52665-69-7 121263-19-2 79831-76-8 87239-81-4

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Code 71610-00-9 131436-22-1 17397-89-6 5500022 50335-03-0 6377-18-0 20267-87-2 1403-36-7 3895-92-9 5500023 5500024 34707-92-1 7059-24-7 82196-88-1 83852-56-6 35906-51-5 5500147 25425-12-1 518-75-2 478-60-4 155866-40-3 5500025 80890-47-7 81552-33-2 72263-05-9 5500026 10140-70-2 21178-56-4 5500030 19553-26-5 50886-63-0 18172-33-3 4834-58-6 59865-13-3 83602-39-5 66-81-9 14110-64-6 14930-96-2 22144-76-9 22144-77-0 36011-19-5 53760-19-3 56144-22-0 5500027 208527-57-5 5500029 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

Name Cephalomannine Cercosporamide Cerulenin Cervinomycin A3 Chaetoglobosin Chartreusin Chelidonine monohydrate Chetomin Chlerythrin Cl 3,5-Chloroasteric acid Chlorogentisyl alcohol Chlorothricin Chromomycin A3 Chrysomycin A Chrysomycin B Cinerubin B Cinnaquinone Citreoviridin Citrinin Citromycetin Cladospirone bisepoxide CNL338-417 Concanamycin A Concanamycin B Conglobatin Coprophilin (-)-Curvularin a,b-Dehydrocurvularin 8,9-Dehydrocurvularin Cyclopenin Cyclopeptine Cyclopiazonic acid D-Cycloserine Cyclosporin A Cyclosporin H Cyloheximide Cytochalasin A Cytochalasin B Cytochalasin C Cytochalasin D Cytochalasin E Cytochalasin H Cytochalasin J Cytochalasin T Cytotrienin A Daldinone A TEL

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Formula C45H53NO14 C16H13NO7 C12H17NO3

CAS-No. 71610-00-9 131436-22-1 17397-89-6

C32H38 N2O5 C32H32O14 C19H17N3O3 C31H30N6O6S4 C21H18NO4Cl

50335-03-0 6377-18-0 20267-87-2 1403-36-7 3895-92-9

C7H7ClO3 C50H63ClO16 C57H82O26 C28H28O9 C27H28O9 C42H51NO16 C7H5NO5 C23H30O6 C13H14O5 C14H10O7 C20H14O7

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C46H75NO14 C45H73NO14 C28H38N2O6

80890-47-7 81552-33-2 72263-05-9

C16H20O5 C16H18O5

10140-70-2 21178-56-4

C17H14N2O3 C17H16N2O2 C20H20N2O3 C3H6N2O2 C62H111N11O12 C62H111N11O12 C15H23NO4 C29H35NO5 C29H37NO5 C30H37NO6 C30H37NO6 C28H33NO7 C30H39NO5 C28H37NO4 C29H37NO4 C37H48N2O8 C20H16O5

19553-26-5 50886-63-0 18172-33-3 4834-58-6 59865-13-3 83602-39-5 66-81-9 14110-64-6 14930-96-2 22144-76-9 22144-77-0 36011-19-5 53760-19-3 56144-22-0

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Name 10-Deacetylbaccatin III 2-Deoxy-D-glucose 7-Deoxy-13-dihydrodaunomycinone Decarestrictine D Decoyinine 3,5-diacetoxyscirpenol Dehydrocyclopeptine Deoxybrevianamide E Deoxynivalenol Deoxyuridine Desferri-Ferrithiocin 10’-Desmethoxystreptonigrin Dextrusin alsp16 3,5-Dichloroasterric acid Dihydroauroglaucin Dihydroavermectin B1a Dihydroavermectin B1b Dihydrocytochalasin B Dihydropenicillic acid 11-11'-O-Dimethylelaiophylin 17-DMAG Doxorubicin Doxorubicin HCl Echinomycin Echinosporin Echinulin Edelfosine Elaiophyllin Elmycin B Enniatin A Enniatin A1 Enniatin B Enniatin B1 Epicorazines Ergochromes Type Ergosterol Ergosteryl-3-O-b-D-glucopyranoside 6-Ethyl-2,7-dimethoxyjuglone Ethylendiamine-N,N-disuccinic acid Ferrioxamin E Filipin-III FKI-1083 Formycin, Formycin A Forskolin Fumagillin trans-Fumagillin TEL

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Code 32981-86-5 154-17-6 5500031 127393-89-9 2004-04-8 2270-40-8 31965-37-4 34610-68-9 51481-10-8 951-78-0 76045-30-2 136803-89-9 5500033 5500034 5500035 70161-11-4 70209-81-3 39156-67-7 35973-53-6 5500036 5500037 23214-92-8 25316-40-9 512-64-1 79127-35-8 1859-87-6 70641-51-9 37318-06-2 128233-09-0 2503-13-1 4530-21-6 917-13-5 19914-20-6 5500038 5500039 57-87-4 5500040 5500041 20846-91-7 5500112 480-49-9 5500042 6742-12-7 66575-29-9 23110-15-8 5500043

Formula C29H36O10 C6H12O5

CAS-No. 32981-86-5 154-17-6

C10H16O5 C11H13N5O4 C19H26O7 C17H14N2O2 C21H25N3O2 C15H20O6 C9H12N2O5 C10H10N2O3S C24H20N4O7

127393-89-9 2004-04-8 2270-40-8 31965-37-4 34610-68-9 51481-10-8 951-78-0 76045-30-2 136803-89-9

C18H16Cl8O8 C48H74O14 C47H72O14 C29H39NO5 C21H21NO4S

70161-11-4 70209-81-3 39156-67-7 35973-53-6

C32H48N4O8 C27H29NO11 C47H51NO14*HCl C51H64N12O12S2 C10H9NO5 C29H39N3O2 C27H58NO6P C54H88O18 C19H18O6 C36H63N3O9 C35H61N3O9 C33H57N3O9 C34H59N3O9

23214-92-8 25316-40-9 512-64-1 79127-35-8 1859-87-6 70641-51-9 37318-06-2 128233-09-0 2503-13-1 4530-21-6 917-13-5 19914-20-6

C28H44O C34H54O6

57-87-4

C10H16O8N2 C27H45FeN6O9 C35H58O11

20846-91-7

C10H13N5O4 C22H34O7 C26H34O7

6742-12-7 66575-29-9 23110-15-8

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Code 6879-59-0 118974-02-0 116355-83-0 116355-84-1 136379-59-4 6990-06-3 30562-34-6 446-72-0 427-63-4 77879-89-1 77879-90-4 67-99-2 5500044 126-07-8 5500045 29400-42-8 70563-58-5 26934-87-2 51920-94-6 5500050 66163-76-6 5500051 31282-04-9 548-04-9 76958-67-3 5500052 5500053 5500054 21200-24-8 56092-82-1 5500139 476647-30-0 5500055 123997-59-1 123997-64-8 99533-80-9 99570-78-2 85753-43-1 2720-19-6 5500056 92090-94-3 107140-30-7 183202-73-5 680571-51-1 78798-08-0 108068-98-0 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

Name Fumigaclavine A Fumitremorgin C Fumonisin B1 Fumonisin B2 Fumonisin B3 Fusidic Acid Geldanamycin Genistein Geodin Gilvocarcin M Gilvocarin V Gliotoxin 3b-O-Glucosylsitosterol Griseofulvin Griseorhodins (M+ 522) Helvolic Acid Herbimycin A HT-2 Toxin Hyalodendrin 7-Hydroxypestalotin 3-Hydroxyterphenyllin Hydroxyvertixanthone Hygromycin B Hypericin, Cyclo-Werrol Hypothemycin IB-96212 IB-96212 derivate IKD-8344 Indolmycin Ionomycin potassium salt Iromycin A Isoapoptolidin Isodihyroauroglaucin Ivermectin aglycone Ivermectin monosaccharide K-252a K-252b K-252c K-41 (A-32877) Kampanol Kazusamycin A Kazusamycin B Kendomycin Kigamicin C Kijanimicin KT5720 TEL

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Formula C18H22N2O2 C22H25N3O3 C34H59NO15 C34H59NO14 C34H59NO14 C31H48O6 C29H40N2O9 C15H10O5 C17H12Cl2O7 C26H26O9 C27H26O9 C13H14O4N2S2

CAS-No. 6879-59-0 118974-02-0 116355-83-0 116355-84-1 136379-59-4 6990-06-3 30562-34-6 446-72-0 427-63-4 77879-89-1 77879-90-4 67-99-2

C17H17CIO6

126-07-8

C32H42O8 C30H42N2O9 C22H32O8 C14H16N2O3S2 C11H18O5 C20H18O6

29400-42-8 70563-58-5 26934-87-2 51920-94-6

C23H29NO12 C30H16O8 C19H22O8

31282-04-9 548-04-9 76958-67-3

C14H15N3O2 C41H70O9Ca C19H29NO2 C58H96O21

21200-24-8 56092-82-1

C34H50O8 C41H62O11 C27H21N3O5 C26H19N3O5 C20H13N3O C9H10BrCl2O2PS

123997-59-1 13997-64-8 99833-80-9 99570-78-2 85753-43-1 2720-19-6

C33H48O7 C32H46O7 C29H42O6 C41H47NO16 C67H100NO24 C32H31N3O5

92090-94-3 107140-30-7 183202-73-5 680571-51-1 78798-08-0 108068-98-0

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66163-76-6

476647-30-0

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55557-40-9 86825-88-9 5500135 1016-47-3 25644-25-1 56391-57-2 10089-10-8 28643-80-3 59456-70-1 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

Name KT5823 Lateropyrone Leptomycin A Leptomycin B Lingbiatoxina A LL-49F233a LL-Z-1640-2 Lobophorin B Lovastatin Luisol A Luteoreticulin Luzopeptin A Lydicamycin Lyngbyatoxin A Macrotetranolide C Macrotetranolide G Malayamycin A Malformin A Manumycin A Mensacarcin Methoxatin 4-Methyl-5,6,7-Phthalantriol 3-O-Methylviridicatin Milbemycin A3 Milbemycin A4 Mithramycin A Mitomycin C MM 47755 Mollicellin D Mollicellin nuevo Moniliformin Monocerin Mucidin Mycophenolic acid Myriocin 3-N-Heptyl-3-hydroxy-(1H,3H)-quinoline2,4-dione Naphthomycin A Naphthomycin B Nargenicin A1 Nb-Acetyltryptamine Neoechinulin Netilmycin Sulphate Nidulin Nigericin Nikkomycin Z TEL

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Formula C29H25N3O5 C15H10O8 C32H46O6 C33H48O6

CAS-No. 126643-37-6 93752-78-4 87081-36-5 87081-35-4

C25H35NO4 C19H22O7

66018-38-0

C27H36O5 C16H18O7 C19H19NO5 C64H78N14O24 C47H74N4O10 C27H39N3O2

75330-75-5

C13H18N4O7 C23H39N5O5S2 C31H38N2O7 C21h24O9 C14H6N2O8

569360-94-7 3022-92-2 52665-74-4

C16H13NO2 C31H44O7 C32H46O7 C52H76O24 C15H18N4O5 C20H16O5 C21H21ClO6

6152-51-4 51596-10-2 51596-11-3 18378-89-7 50-07-7

C4HNO3Na C16H20O6 C16H18O3 C17H20O6 C21H39NO6

71376-34-6 30270-60-1 52110-55-1 24280-93-1 35891-70-4

C39H44ClNO9 C39H44ClNO9 C28H37NO8 C12H14N20 C23H25N3O3 C21H41N5O7*2H2SO4 C20H17Cl3O5 C40H67O11Na C20H25N5O10

55557-40-9 86825-88-9

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Code 126643-37-6 93752-78-4 87081-36-5 87081-35-4 5500057 5500059 66018-38-0 5500060 75330-75-5 5500138 22388-89-2 75580-37-9 133352-27-9 70497-14-2 5500061 5500062 569360-64-7 3022-92-2 52665-74-4 5500137 72909-34-3 5500064 6152-51-4 51596-10-2 51596-11-3 18378-89-7 50-07-7 5500136 68455-11-8 5500065 71376-34-6 30270-60-1 52110-55-1 24280-93-1 35891-70-4 5500046

22388-89-2 75580-37-9 133352-27-9 70497-14-2

72909-34-3

68455-11-8

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Code 6833-84-7 5500067 5500068 33403-37-1 5500069 5500070 5500058 144397-99-9 303-47-9 112-80-1 579-13-5 11050-94-5 11052-72-5 4611-05-6 19022-51-6 5500071 5500072 21411-53-0 5500073 33069-62-4 5500074 125600-53-5 20554-84-1 149-29-1 57186-25-1 119375-01-8 90-65-3 12627-35-9 5500075 5500076 2738-64-9 130603-59-7 151519-02-7 869898-86-2 835876-32-9 200625-47-4 5500077 58523-30-1 1874-54-0 58-60-6 58-58-2 149196-98-5 5500078 130743-07-6 5500047 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

Name Nonactin Nonilprodigiosina 6-Norfluvirucin A1 Nornidulin 10-Norparvulenone Norvancomycin O-(1,2-di-O-Linoleylglyero-3-O-phosphoryl) ethanolamine Obscurolide A1 Ochratoxin A Oleic acid Oligomycin A Oligomycin B Oligomycin C Ophiobolin A Ophiobolin C Ophiobolin G Ophiobolin K Ostreogrycin A 4-Oxomacrophorin A Paclitaxel Papyracillic acid Paraherquamide E Parthenolide Patulin Paxilline Pendolmycin Penicillic acid Penitrem A Peptaibol complex Periconicin B Piericidin A Piperafizine A Pironetin Platencin Platensimycin Polyketomycin Proferrioxamin E Pseurotin A Psicofuranine Puromycin Aminonucleoside Puromycin Dihydrochlorid Pyridoxatin Pyrrocidine A Quinaldopeptin 2-Heptyl-3-oxy-quinolon TEL

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Formula C40H64O12

CAS-No. 6833-84-7

C19H15Cl3O5

33403-37-1

C65H73Cl2NgO24 HCl

C15H17NO5 C20H18ClNO6 C18H34O2 C45H74O11 C45H72O12 C45H74O10 C25H36O4 C25H38O3

144397-99-9 303-47-9 112-80-1 579-13-5 11050-94-5 11052-72-5 4611-05-6 19022-51-6

C28H35N3O7

21411-53-0

C47H51NO14

33069-62-4

C28H35N3O4 C15H20O3 C7H6O4 C27H33O4N C22H31N3O2 C8H10O4 C37H44ClNO6

125600-53-5 20554-84-1 149-29-1 57186-25-1 119375-01-8 90-65-3 12627-35-9

C20H28O4 C25H37NO4 C19H16N2O2 C19H32O4 C24H27NO6 C24H27NO6 C44H48O18

2738-64-9 130603-59-7 151519-02-7 869898-86-2 835876-32-9 200625-47-4

C22H25NO8 C11H15N5O5 C12H18N6O3 C22H29N7O5*2HCl C15H21NO3

58523-30-1 1874-54-0 58-60-6 58-58-2 / 3506-23-8 149196-98-5

C62H78N14O14

130743-07-6

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Name 2-Heptyl-4(1H)-quinolinone-N-oxide Quinomycin C Radicicol Radulone A Rapamycin O-Deacetyl-Ravidomycin Rebeccamycin Reductoimycin RES-1149-2 Resistomycin Reticulol Reveromycin A Ristocetin A Roquefortine Roridin A Roscovitin Rottlerin Rubigione D2 Rubratoxin B b-Rubromycin Rubromycin-b Saccharocarcin A Saccharocarcin B Sangivamycin Sarcinomycin Sarcophine SCH-60057 SCH-60061 Sclerotiorin Secologanin Sesbanimide A Sesquicillin SF-2738-C SF-2738-D Shikimic acid Shikonin Simvastatin Siomycin A Sphingadiene Sporogen Staurosporine Sterigmatocystine Streptolydigin Streptorubin B Streptozotocin Striatal A TEL

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fermentation

Code 5500048 11113-76-1 12772-57-5 5500079 53123-88-9 88580-27-2 93908-02-2 68748-55-0 5500080 20004-62-0 26246-41-3 134615-37-5 11021-66-2 58735-64-1 14729-29-4 186692-46-6 82-08-6 5500134 21794-01-4 5500133 5500081 158475-32-2 158475-33-3 18417-89-5 5500082 55038-27-2 5500083 5500084 549-23-5 19351-63-4 85719-78-4 51103-58-3 5500085 5500086 138-59-0 517-89-5 79902-63-9 12656-09-6 5500087 5500088 62996-74-1 10048-13-2 7229-50-7 5500089 18883-66-4 5500132

Formula

CAS-No.

C65H72N12O12S2 C18H17ClO6

11113-76-1 12772-57-5

C51H79NO13 C29H31NO8 C27H21Cl2N3O7 C14H15NO6

53123-88-9 88580-27-2 93908-02-2 68748-55-0

C22H16O6 C11H10O5 C36H52O11 C95H110N8O44 C22H23N5O2 C29H40O9 C19H26N6O C30H28O8 C20H16O6 C26H30O11 C27H20O12 C27H50O12 C67H101NO20 C68H103NO20 C12H15N5O5

20004-62-0 26246-41-3 134615-37-5 11021-66-2 58735-64-1 14729-29-4 186692-46-6 82-08-6

C20H28O3

55038-27-2

C21H23ClO5 C17H24O10 C15H21NO7 C29H42O5

549-23-5 19351-63-4 85719-78-4 51103-58-3

C7H10O5 C16H16O5 C25H38O5 C71H81N19O18S5

138-59-0 517-89-5 79902-63-9 12656-09-6

C15H20O3 C28H26N4O3 C18H12O6 C32H44N2O9

62996-74-1 10048-13-2 7229-50-7

21794-01-4

158475-32-2 158475-33-3 18417-89-5

C8H15N3O7 C27H36O7

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Code 519-57-3 14215-86-2 21259-20-1 104987-11-3 5500090 61036-62-2 19246-24-3 28540-82-1 5500091 5500092 52452-60-5 582-46-7 71135-22-3 5500093 5500094 180027-83-2 180027-84-3 4971-56-6 67526-95-8 122380-18-1 87-11-6 1393-48-2 108050-54-0 606-58-6 76896-80-5 58880-19-6 38748-32-2 13220-57-0 98813-13-9 11089-65-9 5500097 98474-21-6 98359-78-5 2001-95-8 1404-93-9 5500098 5500099 5500100 33538-71-5 3148-09-2 12771-72-1 5500101 32164-16-2 5500102 5500103 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

Name Sulochrin Sweroside T2 Toxin Tacrolimus Tanzawaic acid E Teicoplanin complex Telomycin Tentoxin Terpendole 605 Terpendole 617 Terphenyllin Terrein Tetracenomycin C 2,2',6,6'-Tetrachloro-3,3'-dihydroxy-5,5'dihydroxy-biphenyl 4,4',5,5'-Tetrahydroxy-1,1'-binaphthyl Tetromycin A Tetromycin B Tetronic acid 704-II Thapsigargin Thaxtomine A Thiolutin Thiostrepton Tilmicosine Toyocamycin Triascin C Trichostatin A Triptolide Tryptanthrin Tubaymycin Tunicamycin UCS-1025 B Urdamycin A Valclavam Valinomycin Vancomycin hydrochloride Variculanol Variculanol Diacetate Variecolin Venturicidin A Verrucarin A Verruculogen Verrupectin Verticillin A Verticillin C Vertixanthone TEL

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Formula C17H16O7 C16H22O9 C24H34O9 C44H69NO12

CAS-No. 519-57-3 14215-86-2 21259-20-1 104987-11-3

C88H97Cl2N9O33 C59H77N13O16 C22H30N4O4

61036-62-2 19246-24-3 28540-82-1

C20H18O5 C8H10O3 C23H20O11

52452-60-5 582-46-7 71135-22-3

C36H48O6 C34H46O5 C4H4O3 C34H50O12 C22H22N4O6 C8H8N2O2S2 C72H85N19O18S5 C46H80N2O13 C12H13N5O4 C11H17N30 C17H22N2O3 C20H24O6 C15H8N2O2 C35H56O8 C39H64N4O16

180027-83-2 180027-84-3 4971-56-6 67526-95-8 122380-18-1 87-11-6 1393-48-2 108050-54-0 606-58-6 76896-80-5 58880-19-6 38748-32-2 13220-57-0 98813-13-9 11089-65-9

C43H56O17 C14H23N3O6 C54H90N6O18 C66H75Cl2NO24*HCl

98474-21-6 98359-78-5 2001-95-8 1404-93-9

C25H36O2 C41H67NO11 C27H34O9 C27H33N3O7

33538-71-5 3148-09-2 12771-72-1

C30H28N6O6S4 C30H28N6O7S5

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Name Vineomycin A1 Violaceol Viomellein Virginiamycin complex Viridogrisein I Waol-A Withaferin A Wortmannin X14881B Xanthoepocin Xanthoquinodin A Xanthoquinodin A1 Yeast extract Zatabradine Zearalenone a-Zearalenol

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Formula C49H58O18 C22H22O9 C30H24O11 C28H35N3O7 (V.M1)& C43H49N7O10 C44H62N8O11

CAS-No. 78164-00-8

C28H38O6 C23H24O8

5119-48-2 19545-26-7

fermentation

Code 78164-00-8 5500104 55625-78-0 11006-76-1 299-20-7 5500105 5119-48-2 19545-26-7 5500106 5500108 5500109 5500110 5500131 5500111 17924-92-4 36455-72-8

55625-78-0 11006-76-1 299-20-7

C30H22O14

C25H34N2O5 C18H22O5 C18H24O5

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> 2. Phytochemicals Code 480-44-4 81397-67-3 27994-12-3 60-38-8 302-27-2 18642-44-9 61276-17-3 305-01-1 2912-11-0 11027-63-7 546-43-0 97-59-6 17795-26-5 481-72-1 1415-73-2 36052-37-6 18786-24-8 21018-84-8 7500031 7500032 29883-15-6 82209-74-3 5508-58-7 63-05-8 4180-23-8 523-50-2 857019-99-9 5230-87-5 55869-99-3 52646-92-1 70642-90-9 520-36-5 578-74-5 26544-34-3 497-76-7 7770-78-7 20362-31-6 300-08-3 67123-64-2 313-67-7 475-80-9 10190-99-5 63968-64-9 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCHâ€

Name Acacetin Acetoxyvalerenic acid 25-O-Acetylcimigenol 3-O-xyloside Acetyl-Strophanthidin Aconitine Actein Acteoside (Verbascoside) Aesculetin Affinisine Agnuside Alantolactone Allantoin L-(+-)-Alliin Aloe emodin Aloin Alpinetin Alstonine Amarogentin 3-a-Aminotropane 3-a-Aminotropane Dihydrochloride Amygdalin Andrograpanin Andrographolide Androstenedione trans-Anethole Angelicin 5,6-Dihydroxyangelicin Anisatin Anisodamine Anisodine Anisotropine Methylbromide (Octatropine Methylbromide) Apigenin Apigenin 7-glucoside Apiin Arbutin Arctigenin Arctiin Arecoline Hydrobromide Aristolochic Acid Aristolochic Acid I Aristolochic Acid II Aristolochic acid sodium salt Artemisinin TEL

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Formula C16H12O5 C17H2404 C37H58O10 C25H34O7 C34H47NO11 C37H56O11 C29H36O15 C9H6O4 C20H24N2O C22H26O11 C15H20O2 C4H6N4O3 C6H11NO3S C15H10O5 C21H22O9 C16H14O4 C21H20N2O3 C29H30O13 C8H16N2 C8H18Cl2N2 C20H27NO11 C20H30O3 C20H30O5 C19H26O2 C10H12O C11H6O3 C11H6O5 C15H20O8 C17H23NO4 C17H21NO5 C17H32NO2

CAS-No 480-44-4 81397-67-3 27994-12-3 60-38-8 302-27-2 18642-44-9 61276-17-3 305-01-1 2912-11-0 11027-63-7 546-43-0 97-59-6 17795-26-5 481-72-1 1415-73-2 36052-37-6 18786-24-8 21018-84-8

C15H10O5 C21H20O10 C26H28O14 C12H16O7 C21H24O6 C27H34O11 C8H14BrNO2

520-36-5 578-74-5 26544-34-3 497-76-7 7770-78-7 20362-31-6 300-08-3 67123-64-2 313-67-7 475-80-9 10190-99-5 63968-64-9

29883-15-6 82209-74-3 5508-58-7 63-05-8 4180-23-8 523-50-2 857019-99-9 5230-87-5 55869-99-3 52646-92-1 70642-90-9

C17H11NO7 C16H9NO6 C17H10NNaO7 C15H22O5

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Name Asafetida a-Asarone b-Asarone Ascaridole Asiatic acid Asiaticoside Astilbin Astragaloside I Astragaloside II Astragaloside III Astragaloside IV Atractylenolide I Atractylenolide III Atropine Atropine Sulphate Aucubine Ayamenin A Azadirachtin Baccatin III Bacopasaponin C Bacopaside II Bacopaside X Bacoside A Bacoside A3 Baicalein Baicalin Bakuchicin Bakuchiol L-Bebeerine (Curine) Berberin Hydrochloride Berberinchloride Dihydrate Bergamottin Bergapten 6-Hydroxyisobergapten 8-Hydroxybergapten 6-Isopentenyloxyisobergapten Bergaptol Bergenin Betulin Betulinic Acid I3,II8 Biapigenin (-)-Bilobalide Bisabolol Oxide A Bisdemethoxycurcumin Black Cohosh cpd III (ex:Cimicifuga feotida) Borneol TEL

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CAS-No

C12H16O3 C12H16O3 C10H16O2 C30H48O5 C48H78O19 C21H22O11 C45H72O16 C43H70O15 C41H68O14 C41H68O14 C15H21O2 C15H21O3 C17H23NO3 C34H48N2O10S C15H22O9 C16H10O6 C35H44O16 C31H38O11 C46H74O17 C47H76O18 C46H74O17

2883-98-9 5273-86-9 512-85-6 464-92-6 16830-15-2 29838-67-3 84680-75-1 84676-89-1 84687-42-3 84687-43-4 73069-13-3 73030-71-4 51-55-8 55-48-1 479-98-1 132915-51-6 11141-17-6 27548-93-2 178064-13-6 382146-66-9 94443-88-6 11028-00-5 157408-08-7 491-67-8 21967-41-9 4412-93-5 10309-37-2 436-05-6 633-65-8 5956-60-5 7380-40-7 484-20-8 24099-30-7 1603-47-0 24099-29-4 486-60-2 477-90-7 473-98-3 472-15-1 101140-06-1 33570-04-6 22567-36-8 33171-05-0 84776-26-1 507-70-0

C47H76O18 C15H10O5 C21H18O11 C11H6O3 C18H24O C36H38N2O6 C20H18NO4Cl C20H22ClNO6 C21H22O4 C12H8O4 C12H8O5 C12H8O5 C17H16O5 C11H6O4 C14H16O9 C30H50O2 C30H48O3 C30H18O10 C15H18O8 C15H26O2 C19H16O4 C10H18O

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Code 7500017 2883-98-9 5273-86-9 512-85-6 464-92-6 16830-15-2 29838-67-3 84680-75-1 84676-89-1 84687-42-3 84687-43-4 73069-13-3 73030-71-4 51-55-8 55-48-1 479-98-1 132915-51-6 11141-17-6 27548-93-2 178064-13-6 382146-66-9 94443-88-6 11028-00-5 157408-08-7 491-67-8 21967-41-9 4412-93-5 10309-37-2 436-05-6 633-65-8 5956-60-5 7380-40-7 484-20-8 24099-30-7 1603-47-0 24099-29-4 486-60-2 477-90-7 473-98-3 472-15-1 101140-06-1 33570-04-6 22567-36-8 33171-05-0 84776-26-1 507-70-0

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Code 76-49-3 471-66-9 631-69-6 38-26-6 17019-92-0 5968-70-7 67416-61-9 357-57-3 465-21-4 107668-79-1 94-26-8 331-39-5 39015-77-5 1241-87-8 67879-58-7 7500050 18830-99-4 95519-12-3 95587-86-3 64439-81-2 56-25-7 404-86-4 1748-81-8 19309-14-9 3650-09-7 479-91-4 2415-24-9 7295-85-4 154-23-4 2468-21-5 38395-02-7 34157-83-0 17313-52-9 35595-03-0 483-17-0 481-49-2 529-05-5 476-32-4 474-25-9 6537-80-0 327-97-9 97-41-6 481-74-3 161207-05-2 66176-93-0 163046-73-9 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

Name Bornyl Acetate a-Boswellic Acid b-Boswellic Acid 11-keto-Boswellic Acid 11-keto-b-Boswellic Acid 3-Acetyl-b-Boswellic Acid 3-O-Acetyl-11-keto-b-Boswellic Acid Brucine Bufalin Bulleyaconitine A Butyl-p-hydroxybenzoate Caffeic Acid Caffeoylmalic Acid 1-Caffeoylquinic Acid Caftaric Acid 9-Hydroxycalabaxanthone Californidine Campneoside I Campneoside II Camptothecin Cantharidine Capsaicin Carabrone Cardamonin Carnosic acid Casticin Catalpol Catechin (+)-Catechin Catharanthine Caudatin Celastrol Centaureidin Centaurein Cephaeline Cepharantine Chamazulene Chelidonine Chenodeoxycholic Acid Chicoric Acid Chlorogenic Acid Chrysanthemum Parthenium Chrysophanol Cimicidanol 3-arabinoside Cimicifugoside Cimicifugoside H1 TEL

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Formula C12H20O2 C30H48O3 C30H48O3 C54H85NaO27S C30H46O4 C32H50O4 C32H48O5 C23H26N2O4 C24H34O4 C35H49NO9 C11H14O3 C9H8O4 C13H12O8 C16H18O9 C13H12O9 C24H24O6 C20H20NO4 C30H38O16 C29H36O16 C20H16N2O4 C10H12O4 C18H27NO3 C15H20O3 C16H14O4 C20H28O4 C19H18O8 C15H22O10 C15H14O6 C15H14O6 C21H25N2O2 C28H42O7 C29H38O4 C18H16O8 C24H26O13 C28H38N2O4 C37H38N2O6 C14H16 C20H19NO5 C24H40O4 C22H18O12 C16H18O9 C12H20O2 C15H10O4 C35H52O9 C37H54O11 C35H52O9

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CAS-No 76-49-3 471-66-9 631-69-6 38-26-6 17019-92-0 5968-70-7 67416-61-9 357-57-3 465-21-4 107668-79-1 94-26-8 331-39-5 39015-77-5 1241-87-8 67879-58-7 18830-99-4 95519-12-3 95587-86-3 64439-81-2 56-25-7 404-86-4 1748-81-8 19309-14-9 3650-097 479-91-4 2415-24-9 7295-85-4 154-23-4 2468-21-5 38395-02-7 34157-83-0 17313-52-9 35595-03-0 483-17-0 481-49-2 529-05-5 476-32-4 474-25-9 6537-80-0 327-97-9 97-41-6 481-74-3 161207-05-2 66176-93-0 163046-73-9 WEB

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Name Cimicifugoside H2 Cimifugin Cimigenol Cimigenone Cinnamic Acid Cinobufagin Cnidilin Cochliophilin A Coffein Colchicine Conocarpan Convallatoxin Coptisin Chloride Coronaridine Costunolide 7-Methoxycoumarin 8-p-Coumaroylharpagide Crenatoside (Oraposide) Crocin Cryptochlorogenic Acid(4') Cryptotanshinone Cucurbitacin E-2-O-Glucoside Cucurbitacin I Curcumin Curcumol Cyanidin 3,5-Diglucoside, Cyaninchloride Cyanidin 3-Arabinoside Cyanidin 3-Galactoside Cyanidin 3-Glucoside Cyanidin 3-Sambubioside Cyanidin 3-Sophoroside-5-Glucoside Cyclokievitone Cymarin Cynarin Cynarin (1,3-Dicaffeoylquinic Acid) Cynaropicrin Daidzein Daidzin Danthrone Daphnetin 10-Hydroxy-2-decenoic Acid Dehydroandrographolide Dehydrocostus Lactone Delphinidin Chloride Delphinidin 3,5-Diglucoside Delphinidin 3-Galactoside TEL

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Formula C35H54O10 C16H18O6 C30H48O5 C30H46O5 C9H8O2 C26H34O6 C17H16O5 C16H10O C8H10N4O2 C22H25NO6 C18H18O2 C29H42O10 C19H14NO4Cl C21H26N2O2 C15H20O2 C10H8O3 C24H30O12 C29H34O15 C44H64O24 C16H18O9 C19H20O3 C38H54O13 C30H42O7 C21H20O6 C15H24O2 C27H31O16Cl C20H19O10Cl C21H21O11Cl C21H21O11Cl C26H29O15Cl C33H41O21Cl C20H18O6 C30H44O9*H2O C25H24O12 C25H24O12 C19H22O6 C15H10O4 C21H20O9 C14H8O4 C9H6O4 C10H18O3 C20H28O4 C15H18O2 C15H11O7Cl C27H31O17Cl C21H21O12Cl

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CAS-No 161097-77-4 37921-38-3 3779-59-7 31222-32-9 621-82-9 470-37-1 14348-22-2 110204-45-0 58-08-2 64-86-8 221666-27-9 508-75-8 3486-66-6 467-77-6 553-21-9 531-59-9 87686-74-6 61276-16-2 42553-65-1 905-99-7 35825-57-1 1398-78-3 2222-07-3 458-37-7 4871-97-0 2611-67-8 57186-11-5 27661-36-5 7084-24-4 33012-73-6 16727-02-9 74175-82-9 508-77-0 30964-13-7 1182-34-9 35730-78-0 486-66-8 552-66-9 117-10-2 486-35-1 14113-05-4 134418-28-3 477-43-0 528-53-0 17670-06-3 28500-00-7 WEB

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Code 161097-77-4 37921-38-3 3779-59-7 31222-32-9 621-82-9 470-37-1 14348-22-2 110204-45-0 58-08-2 64-86-8 221666-27-9 508-75-8 3486-66-6 467-77-6 553-21-9 531-59-9 87686-74-6 61276-16-2 42553-65-1 905-99-7 35825-57-1 1398-78-3 2222-07-3 458-37-7 4871-97-0 2611-67-8 57186-11-5 27661-36-5 7084-24-4 33012-73-6 16727-02-9 74175-82-9 508-77-0 30964-13-7 1182-34-9 35730-78-0 486-66-8 552-66-9 117-10-2 486-35-1 14113-05-4 134418-28-3 477-43-0 528-53-0 17670-06-3 28500-00-7

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Code 6906-38-3 22608-11-3 6486-55-9 42895-58-9 264624-38-6 83-44-3 70956-02-4 15345-89-8 77171-25-6 77171-28-9 77171-23-4 77171-29-0 28370-16-3 31362-93-3 77171-31-4 287966-62-5 109173-25-3 363177-47-3 5115-74-2 77171-24-5 77171-27-8 5115-81-1 11024-24-1 20830-75-5 19408-84-5 511-12-6 5989-77-5 1183-35-3 578-63-3 19902-91-1 18956-18-8 87205-99-0 19057-60-4 512-04-9 114977-28-5 75917-90-7 77448-63-6 608-66-2 82854-37-3 5289-74-7 118-34-3 96038-87-8 476-66-4 550-24-3 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCHâ€

Name Delphinidin 3-Glucoside Demethoxycurcumin Demethylwedelolactone 14-Deoxy-11,12-Didehydroandrographolide 27-Deoxyactein Deoxycholic Acid 1-Deoxynojirimycin Desmethoxyangonin Desulfoepiprogoitrin Desulfoglucobarbarin Desulfoglucocheirolin Desulfoglucoerucin Desulfoglucoiberin Desulfogluconapin Desulfogluconasturtiin Desulfoglucoraphanin Desulfoglucoraphenin Desulfoglucosibarin Desulfoglucotropaeolin Desulfoprogoitrin Desulfosinalbin Desulfosinigrin Digitonin Digoxin Dihydrocapsaicin Dihydroergotamine Mesylate Dihydroergotamine Tartrate Dihydro-G-Strophanthin (Dihydroouabain) Dihydrokavain Dihydromethysticin Dihydrooroxylin Dihydrotanshinone I Dioscin Diosgenin Docetaxel Dodeca-2,4,8,10-tetraenoic acid isobutylamide E,E,Z,E-Isomer Dodeca-2,4,8,10-tetraenoic acid isobutylamide E,E,Z,Z-Isomer Dulcitol Echinacoside b-Ecdysone Eleutheroside B Eleutheroside E Ellagic acid Embelin TEL

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Formula C21H21O12Cl C20H18O5 C15H8O7 C20H28O4 C37H56O10 C24H40O4 C6H13NO4 C14H12O3 C11H19NO7S C15H21NO7S C11H21NO8S2 C12H23NO6S2 C11H21NO7S2 C11H19NO6S C15H21NO6S C12H23NO7S2 C12H21NO7S2 C15H21NO7S C14H19NO6S C11H19NO7S C14H19NO7S C10H17NO6S C56H92O29 C41H64O14 C18H29NO3 C33H37N5O5 C37H43N5O11 C29H46O12 C14H16O3 C15H16O5 C16H14O5 C18H14O3 C45H72O16 C27H42O3 C16H25NO C16H25NO

CAS-No 6906-38-3 22608-11-3 6486-55-9 42895-58-9 264624-38-6 83-44-3 70956-02-4 15345-89-8 77171-25-6 77171-28-9 77171-23-4 77171-29-0 28370-16-3 31362-93-3 77171-31-4 287966-62-5 109173-25-3 363177-47-3 5115-74-2 77171-24-5 77171-27-8 5115-81-1 11024-24-1 20830-75-5 19408-84-5 511-12-6 5989-77-5 1183-35-3 578-63-3 19902-91-1 18956-18-8 87205-99-0 19057-60-4 512-04-9 114977-28-5 75917-90-7

C16H25NO

77448-63-6

C6H14O6 C35H46O20 C27H44O7 C17H24O9 C34H46O18 C14H6O8 C17H26O4

608-66-2 82854-37-3 5289-74-7 118-34-3 96038-87-8 476-66-4 550-24-3

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Name Emodin 16-Epiaffinisine (-)-Epicatechin (-)-Epicatechin 3-gallate Epigallocatechin Epigallocatechin 3-gallate Epimedin A Epimedin B Epimedin C Epipinoresinol Epiprogoitrin, potassium salt Epitriptolide Ergotamine Tartrate Eriocitrin Eriodictyol Escin IA (Aescin IA) Escin IB (Aescin IB) Escin IIB (Aescin IIB) Esculin Eucalyptol Eugenol Euphorbia factor L3 Euphorbiasteroid Evodiamine Evodin Ferruginol Ferulic Acid Formononetin Forsythin Frangulin Frangulin B Furanoeudesma-1,3-diene Galangin Galanthamine Gallic acid (-)-Gallocatechnin Gallocatechin 3-gallate Gallocatechin gallate (-GCG) Ganoderic Acid A Ganoderic Acid B Ganoderic Acid C Ganoderic Acid C2 Ganoderic Acid H Ganodermatriol Gardenoside Gartanin TEL

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Formula C15H10O5 C20H24N2O C15H14O6 C22H18O10 C15H14O7 C22H18O11 C39H50O20 C38H48O19 C39H50O19 C20H22O6 C11H18KNO10S2*H2O C20H24O6 C70H76N10O16 C27H32O15 C15H12O6 C55H86O24 C55H86O24 C54H84O23 C15H16O9 C10H18O C10H12O2 C31H38O7 C32H40O8 C19H17N3O C26H30O8 C20H30O C10H10O4 C16H12O4 C27H34O11 C21H20O9 C20H18O9 C15H18O C15H10O5 C17H21NO3 C7H6O5 C15H14O7 C22H18O11 C22H18O11 C30H44O7 C30H44O7 C30H42O7 C30H46O7 C32H44O9 C30H48O3 C17H24O11 C23H24O6 FAX

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CAS-No 518-82-1 38890-09-9 490-46-0 1257-08-5 970-74-1 989-51-5 110623-72-8 110623-73-9 110642-44-9 24404-50-0 19237-18-4 73543-06-3 113-15-5 13463-28-0 552-58-9 123748-68-5 26339-90-2 11072-93-8 531-75-9 470-82-6 97-53-0 218916-52-0 28649-59-4 518-17-2 1180-71-8 514-62-5 537-98-4 485-72-3 96420-61-0 60529-33-1/521-62-0 14101-04-3 87605-93-4 548-83-4 357-70-0 149-91-7 3371-27-5 5127-64-0 4233-96-9 81907-62-2 81907-61-1 95311-97-0 103773-62-2 98665-19-1 105300-28-5 24512-62-7 33390-42-0 WEB

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Code 518-82-1 38890-09-9 490-46-0 1257-08-5 970-74-1 989-51-5 110623-72-8 110623-73-9 110642-44-9 24404-50-0 19237-18-4 73543-06-3 113-15-5 13463-28-0 552-58-9 123748-68-5 26339-90-2 11072-93-8 531-75-9 470-82-6 97-53-0 218916-52-0 28649-59-4 518-17-2 1180-71-8 514-62-5 537-98-4 485-72-3 96420-61-0 60529-33-1 14101-04-3 87605-93-4 548-83-4 357-70-0 149-91-7 3371-27-5 5127-64-0 4233-96-9 81907-62-2 81907-61-1 95311-97-0 103773-62-2 98665-19-1 105300-28-5 24512-62-7 33390-42-0


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Code 33390-41-9 62499-27-8 24512-63-8 529-59-9 7821-33-2 20831-76-9 106-24-1 7437-55-0 6902-91-6 23513-14-6 23513-08-8 23513-15-7 20261-38-5 22910-60-7 111047-30-4 15291-75-5 15291-77-7 15291-76-6 107438-79-9 41753-43-9 11021-13-9 68406-26-8 11021-14-0 52705-93-8 52286-59-6 52286-58-5 22427-39-0 52286-74-5 14197-60-5 63223-86-9 78214-33-2 59870-68-7 5630-11-5 21087-78-5 554-88-1 499-30-9 28463-24-3 144491-25-8 5115-71-9 107-43-7 40957-83-3 40246-10-4 471-53-4 53956-04-0 1405-86-3 652-78-8 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCHâ€

Name 8-Desoxygartanin Gastrodin Geniposide Genistin 20(S)-Ginsenoside-Rh2 Gentiopicroside Geraniol 8-Geranopsoralen Germacrone 6-Gingerol 8-Gingerol 10-Gingerol Ginkgolic Acid C13:0 Ginkgolic Acid C15:1 Ginkgolic Acid C17:1 Ginkgolide A Ginkgolide B Ginkgolide C Ginkgolide J Ginsenoside Rb1 Ginsenoside Rb2 Ginsenoside Rb3 Ginsenoside Rc Ginsenoside Rd Ginsenoside Re Ginsenoside Rf Ginsenoside Rg1 Ginsenoside Rg2 Ginsenoside Rg3 Ginsenoside Rh1 Ginsenoside Rh2 Glabridin Glaucine Glucobarbarin, potassium salt Glucoiberin, potassium salt Gluconasturtiin, potassium salt Glucoraphenin, potassium salt Glucosibarin, potassium salt Glucotropaeolin, potassium salt Glycine betaine Glycitein Glycitin Glycyrrhetinic Acid Glycyrrhizic acid ammonium salt Glycyrrhizin Gossypin TEL

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Formula C23H24O5 C13H18O7 C17H24O10 C21H20O10 C36H62O8 C16H20O9 C10H18O C21H22O4 C15H22O C17H26O4 C19H30O4 C21H34O4 C20H32O3 C22H34O3 C24H38O3 C20H24O9 C20H24O10 C20H24O11 C20H24O10 C54H92O23 C53H90O22 C53H90O22 C53H90O22 C48H82O18 C48H82O18 C42H72O14 C42H72O14 C42H72O13 C42H72O13 C36H62O9 C36H62O8 C20H20O4 C21H25NO4 C15H20KNO10S2*H2O C11H20KNO10S3*H2O C15H20KNO9S2*H2O C12H20KNO10S3*H2O C15H20KNO10S2*H2O C14H18KNO9S2*H2O C5H11NO2 C16H12O5 C22H22O10 C30H46O4 C42H65NO16 C42H62O16 C21H20O13 FAX

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CAS-No 33390-41-9 62499-27-8 24512-63-8 529-59-9 7821-33-2 20831-76-9 106-24-1 7437-55-0 6902-91-6 23513-14-6 23513-08-8 23513-15-7 20261-38-5 22910-60-7 111047-30-4 15291-75-5 15291-77-7 15291-76-6 107438-79-9 41753-43-9 11021-13-9 68406-26-8 11021-14-0 52705-93-8 52286-59-6 52286-58-5 22427-39-0 52286-74-5 14197-60-5 63223-86-9 78214-33-2 59870-68-7 5630-11-5 21087-78-5 554-88-1 499-30-9 28463-24-3 144491-25-8 5115-71-9 107-43-7 40957-83-3 40246-10-4 471-53-4 53956-04-0 1405-86-3 652-78-8 WEB

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Name Guaiacol Guaiazulen Guggulsterone E Guggulsterone Z Hamamelitannin Harmaline Harmalol Harmine Harpagide Harpagoside Harringtonine Hastatoside Hederacoside C Hederagenin a-Hederin Heratomin Hesperetin Hesperidin Homatropine hydrobromide Homatropine Methylbromide Homoharringtonine Homoorientin Honokiol Humulon Huperzine A Huperzine B Hydrastinehydrochloride Allo-Hydroxycitric Acid 14-Hydroxydehydroabietane 4-Hydroxyisoleucine Hydroxytyrosol Hydroxyvalerenic Acid Hyodesoxycholic Acid Hyoscyamine Sulphate Hypaconitine Hyperforin Hyperoside Hypophyllanthin Icariin Imperatorin Indirubin Isoalantoactone Isobavachalcone Isobergapten Isobergaptol Isochlorogenic Acid A TEL

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Formula C7H8O2 C15H18 C21H28O2 C21H28O2 C20H20O14 C13H14N2O C12H12N2O C13H12N2O C15H24O10 C24H30O11 C28H37NO9 C17H24O11 C59H96O26 C30H48O4 C41H66O12 C16H14O4 C16H14O6 C28H34O15 C16H21NO3*HBr C17H24BrNO3 C29H39NO9 C21H20O11 C18H18O2 C21H30O5 C15H18N2O

CAS-No 90-05-1 489-84-9 39025-24-6 39025-23-5 469-32-9 304-21-2 525-57-5 442-51-3 6926-08-5 19210-12-9 26833-85-2 50816-24-5 27013-76-9 465-99-6 27013-91-8 61265-06-3 520-33-2 520-26-3 51-56-9 80-49-9 26833-87-4 4261-42-1 35354-74-6 23510-81-8 102518-79-6 120786-18-7 5936-28-7 27750-11-4 67119-95-3 6001-78-8 10597-60-1 1619-16-5 83-49-8 620-61-1 6900-87-4 11079-53-1 482-36-0 33676-00-5 489-32-7 482-44-0 479-41-4 470-17-7 20784-50-3 482-48-4 21339-45-7 2450-53-5

C21H21NO6*HCl C6H8O8 C20H30O C6H13NO3 C8H10O3 C15H22O3 C24H40O4 C34H48N2O10S C33H45NO10 C35H52O4 C21H20O12 C24H30O7 C33H40O15 C16H14O4 C16H10N2O2 C15H20O2 C20H20O4 C12H8O4 C11H6O4 C25H24O12 FAX

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Code 90-05-1 489-84-9 39025-24-6 39025-23-5 469-32-9 304-21-2 525-57-5 442-51-3 6926-08-5 19210-12-9 26833-85-2 50816-24-5 27013-76-9 465-99-6 27013-91-8 61265-06-3 520-33-2 520-26-3 51-56-9 80-49-9 26833-87-4 4261-42-1 35354-74-6 23510-81-8 102518-79-6 120786-18-7 5936-28-7 27750-11-4 67119-95-3 6001-78-8 10597-60-1 1619-16-5 83-49-8 620-61-1 6900-87-4 11079-53-1 482-36-0 33676-00-5 489-32-7 482-44-0 479-41-4 470-17-7 20784-50-3 482-48-4 21339-45-7 2450-53-5

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Code 14534-61-3 32451-88-0 537-73-5 486-21-5 482-45-1 961-29-5 19275-46-8 4963-01-3 482-27-9 480-19-3 72581-71-6 61303-13-7 38953-85-4 3621-38-3 469-59-0 55466-04-1 55466-05-2 520-18-3 480-10-4 3155-48-4 52659-56-0 55052-96-2 76026-24-9 84-79-7 4608-49-5 303-34-4 8000-28-0 71953-77-0 83529-62-8 202815-28-9 58749-22-7 2586-96-1 4431-01-0 1124-11-4 115-95-7 551-15-5 63990-84-1 134-64-5 18524-94-2 478-08-0 545-47-1 468-28-0 127-40-2 491-70-3 5373-11-5 53965-08-5 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

Name Isochlorogenic Acid B Isochlorogenic Acid C Isoferulic Acid Isofraxidin Isoimperatorin Isoliquiritigenin 3-Isomangostin Isomitraphylline Isopimpinellin Isorhamnetin Isosilybinin Isoverbascoside Isovitexin Jatrorrhizine Jervine Jujuboside A Jujuboside B Kaempferol Kaempferol 3-Glucoside D,L-Kavain Kirenol Lambertic Acid Lanatin Lapachol Larixyl Acetate Lasiocarpin Lavender oil Leiocarposide Leucosceptoside A Licoagrochalcone A Licochalcone A Liensinine Ligustilide Ligustrazine (tetramethylpyrazine) Linalyl acetate Liquiritin Lobeline Hydrochloride Lobeline Sulphate Loganin Lucidin Lupeol Lupulon Lutein Luteolin Luteolin 7-glucoside Luteolin-7,3'-di-O-diglucuronide TEL

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Formula C25H24O12 C25H24O12 C10H10O4 C11H10O5 C16H14O4 C15H12O4 C24H26O6 C21H24N2O4 C13H10O5 C16H12O7 C25H22O10 C29H36O15 C21H20O10 C20H20NO4 C27H39NO3 C58H94O26 C52H84O21 C15H10O6 C21H20O11 C14H14O3 C20H34O4 C20H28O3 C16H14O4 C15H14O3 C22H36O3 C21H33NO7

CAS-No 14534-61-3 32451-88-0 537-73-5 486-21-5 482-45-1 961-29-5 19275-46-8 4963-01-3 482-27-9 480-19-3 72581-71-6 61303-13-7 38953-85-4 3621-38-3 469-59-0 55466-04-1 55466-05-2 520-18-3 480-10-4 3155-48-4 52659-56-0 55052-96-2 76026-24-9 84-79-7 4608-49-5 303-34-4 8000-28-0 71953-77-0 83529-62-8 202815-28-9 58749-22-7 2586-96-1 4431-01-0 1124-11-4 115-95-7 64485-93-4 63990-84-1 134-64-5 18524-94-2 478-08-0 545-47-1 468-28-0 127-40-2 491-70-3 5373-11-5 53965-08-5

C27H34O16 C30H38O15 C20H20O4 C21H22O4 C37H42N2O6 C12H16O2 C8H12N2 C12H20O2 C21H22O9 C22H28ClNO2 C22H28NO2 C17H26O10 C15H10O5 C30H50O C26H38O4 C40H56O2 C15H10O6 C21H20O11 C27H26O18 +49 9231-9619-60 

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Name Lycopen Lycorine Hydrochloride Macarpine Madecassic acid Madecassoside Magnolol Malvidin 3,5-diglucoside Malvidin 3-glucoside Mangiferin Mangostin b-mangostin g-Mangostin Martynoside Matricin Matrine (-)-Menthol Mesaconitine 4-Methoxycanthin-6-one 16-O-Methylcafestol Methyl laurate Methyl nonyl ketone Methyleugenol Methysticin Mint oil Mitraphylline Monocrotalin Muscimol Muscone Myricetin Naringenin Naringin Neoandrographolide Neochlorogenic acid(5') Neohesperidin Neomangiferin Neoruscogenin Niranthin Nitidine chloride Nobiletin Norcimifugin Nordihydrocapsaicin Nortropine Nortropine Hydrochloride Notoginsenoside R1 N-Vanillylnonamide 1-Octacosanol TEL

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Formula C40H56 C16H17NO4*HCl C21H16NO5 C30H48O6 C48H78O20 C18H18O2 C29H35O17Cl C23H25O12Cl C19H18O11 C24H26O6 C25H28O6 C23H24O6 C31H40O15 C17H22O5 C15H24N2O C10H20O C33H45NO11 C15H10N2O2 C21H30O3 C13H26O2 C11H22O C11H14O2 C15H14O5

CAS-No 502-65-8 2188-68-3 23549-80-1 18449-41-7 34540-22-2 528-43-8 16727-30-3 7228-78-6 4773-96-0 6147-11-1 20931-37-7 31271-07-5 67884-12-2 29041-35-8 519-02-8 2216-51-5 2752-64-9 5023-08-5 108214-28-4 111-82-0 112-12-9 93-15-2 20697-20-5 68917-18-0 509-80-8 315-22-0 2763-96-4 541-91-3 529-44-2 480-41-1 10236-47-2 27215-14-1 906-33-2 13241-33-3 64809-67-2 17676-33-4 50656-77-4 13063-04-2 478-01-3 49624-66-0 28789-35-7 538-09-0 14383-51-8 80418-24-2 2444-46-4 557-61-9

C21H24N2O4 C16H23NO6 C4H6N2O2 C16H30O C15H10O8 C15H12O5 C27H32O14 C26H40O8 C16H18O9 C28H34O15 C25H28O16 C27H40O4 C24H32O7 C21H18NO4Cl C21H22O8 C15H16O6 C17H27NO3 C7H13NO C7H14ClNO C47H80O18 C17H27NO3 C28H58O FAX

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Code 502-65-8 2188-68-3 23549-80-1 18449-41-7 34540-22-2 528-43-8 16727-30-3 7228-78-6 4773-96-0 6147-11-1 20931-37-7 31271-07-5 67884-12-2 29041-35-8 519-02-8 2216-51-5 2752-64-9 5023-08-5 108214-28-4 111-82-0 112-12-9 93-15-2 20697-20-5 7500010 509-80-8 315-22-0 2763-96-4 541-91-3 529-44-2 480-41-1 10236-47-2 27215-14-1 906-33-2 13241-33-3 64809-67-2 17676-33-4 50656-77-4 13063-04-2 478-01-3 49624-66-0 28789-35-7 538-09-0 14383-51-8 80418-24-2 2444-46-4 557-61-9

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Code 465-16-7 508-02-1 32619-42-4 28957-04-2 28608-75-5 484-12-8 508-52-1 149507-92-6 16837-52-8 23180-57-6 552-41-0 19666-76-3 32791-84-7 73069-25-7 5986-55-0 501-98-4 23496-41-5 18059-10-4 18466-51-8 6906-39-4 6988-81-4 37831-70-2 2543-94-4 487-41-2 10351-88-9 521-61-9 138-55-6 27409-30-9 39012-20-9 148-72-1 54-71-7 131-12-4 127-91-3 487-36-5 94-62-2 1929-30-2 518-28-5 65914-17-2 14941-08-3 154-60-9 15121-94-5 65312-86-9 208599-88-6 154-61-0 20315-25-7 29106-49-8 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

Name Oleandrin Oleanolic acid Oleuropein Oridonin Orientin Osthole Ouabagenin Oxoacteoside (Tomentoside A) Oxymatrine Paeoniflorin Paeonol Panaxadiol Panaxatriol (+)-Pareruptorin A Patchouli alcohol p-Coumaric Acid Peimine Peiminine Pelargonidin 3-glucoside Peonidin 3-glucoside Petunidin 3-glucoside Phaseollidin Phellopterin Phillyrin Phyllanthin Physcion Picrocrocine Picroside I Picroside II Pilocarpin nitrate Pilocarpine Hydrochloride Pimpinellin b-Pinene (+)-Pinoresinol Piperine p-Methoxycinnamic acid ethyl ester Podophyllotoxin Polydatin Poncirin Primeverin Primin Primulic acid 1 Primulic acid 2 Primverin Procyanidin B1 Procyanidin B2 TEL

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Formula C32H48O9 C30H48O3 C25H32O13 C20H28O6 C21H20O11 C15H16O3 C23H34O8 C29H34O16 C15H24N2O2 C23H28O11 C9H10O3 C30H52O3 C30H52O4 C21H22O7 C15H26O C9H8O3 C27H45NO3 C27H43NO3 C21H21O10Cl C22H23O11Cl C22H23O12Cl C20H20O4 C17H16O5 C27H34O11 C24H34O6 C16H12O5 C16H26O7 C24H28O11 C23H28O13 C11H17N3O5 C11H16N2O2 C13H10O5 C10H16 C20H22O6 C17H19NO3 C12H14 O3 C22H22O8 C20H22O8 C28H34O14 C20H28O13 C12H16O3 C54H88O23 C59H96O27 C20H28O13 C30H26O12 C30H26O12 +49 9231-9619-60 

CAS-No 465-16-7 508-02-1 32619-42-4 28957-04-2 28608-75-5 484-12-8 508-52-1 149507-92-6 16837-52-8 23180-57-6 552-41-0 19666-76-3 32791-84-7 73069-25-7 5986-55-0 501-98-4 23496-41-5 18059-10-4 18466-51-8 6906-39-4 6988-81-4 37831-70-2 2543-94-4 487-41-2 10351-88-9 521-61-9 138-55-6 27409-30-9 39012-20-9 148-72-1 54-71-7 131-12-4 127-91-3 487-36-5 94-62-2 1929-30-2 518-28-5 65914-17-2 14941-08-3 154-60-9 15121-94-5 65312-86-9 208599-88-6 154-61-0 20315-25-7 29106-49-8 WEB

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Name Procyanidin C1 Propolis Extract Proscillaridin A Protocatechuic acid Protopanaxadiol Protopanaxatriol Protoveratrine Pseudoginsenoside F11 Pseudohypericin Psoralene 5,8-Dihydroxypsoralen Puerarin Purpurin Pyrogallol Qingyangshengenin Quercetin 3-glucoside Quercetin dihydrate Quercitrin Resibufogenin Resveratrol Retrorsine Rhamnose hydrate Rhamnose monohydrate Rhaponticin Rhein Rhynchophylline Rosavin Rosmarinic acid Rotundine Rubiadin Ruscin Rutaecarpine Rutin Sabadilla total Alkaloids Sabinyl acetate Saikosaponin A Saikosaponin C Saikosaponin D Sakuranetin Salicin Salidroside Salvianolic acid B Sandwicensin Sanguinarine Sanguinarine chloride Saponarin TEL

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Formula C45H38O18 C17H16O4 C30H42O8 C7H6O4 C30H52O3 C30H52O4 C41H63NO14 C42H72O14 C30H16O9 C11H6O3 C11H6O5 C21H20O9 C14H8O5 C6H6O3 C28H36O8 C21H20O12 C15H10O7*2H2O C21H20O11 C24H32O4 C14H12O3 C18H25NO6 C6H12O5 C6H12O5 C21H24O9 C15H8O6 C22H28N2O4 C20H28O10 C18H16O8 C22H28O8 C15H10O4 C44H68O17 C18H13N3O C27H30O16 C32H49NO9 C12H18O2 C42H68O13 C48H78O17 C42H68O13 C16H14O5 C13H18O7 C14H20O7 C36H30O16 C21H22O4 C20H14NO4 C20H14NO4Cl C27H30O15 FAX

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CAS-No 37064-30-5 85665-41-4 466-06-8 99-50-3 6892-79-1 1453-93-6 143-57-7 69884-00-0 55954-61-5 66-97-7 14348-23-3 3681-99-0 81-54-9 87-66-1 84745-94-8 482-35-9 6151-25-3 522-12-3 465-39-4 501-36-0 480-54-6 3615-41-6 10030-85-0 155-58-8 478-43-3 76-66-4 84954-92-7 20283-92-5 82541-45-4 117-02-2 39491-41-3 84-26-4 153-18-4 8051-02-3 53833-85-5 20736-09-8 20736-08-7 20874-52-6 2957-21-3 138-52-3 10338-51-9 115939-25-8 74515-46-1 2447-54-3 5578-73-4 20310-89-8 WEB

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Code 37064-30-5 85665-41-4 466-06-8 99-50-3 6892-79-1 1453-93-6 143-57-7 69884-00-0 55954-61-5 66-97-7 14348-23-3 3681-99-0 81-54-9 87-66-1 84745-94-8 482-35-9 6151-25-3 522-12-3 465-39-4 501-36-0 480-54-6 3615-41-6 10030-85-0 155-58-8 478-43-3 76-66-4 84954-92-7 20283-92-5 82541-45-4 117-02-2 39491-41-3 84-26-4 153-18-4 8051-02-3 53833-85-5 20736-09-8 20736-08-7 20874-52-6 2957-21-3 138-52-3 10338-51-9 115939-25-8 74515-46-1 2447-54-3 5578-73-4 20310-89-8

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Code 58546-56-8 61281-38-7 61281-37-6 120-08-1 92-61-5 27740-01-8 148244-82-0 130-01-8 19776-79-5 6882-01-5 81-27-6 128-57-4 37271-16-2 37271-17-3 607-80-7 22888-70-6 33889-69-9 29782-68-1 2306-27-6 115-53-7 83-46-5 93-39-0 67920-52-9 7500065 152-95-4 508-01-0 595-15-3 6750-59-0 90-39-1 483-66-9 7500068 61265-07-4 20229-56-5 4136-37-2 57817-89-7 11018-89-6 560-53-2 57-24-9 17388-39-5 94-07-5 21453-69-0 481-53-8 568-73-0 568-72-9 14605-22-2 480-18-2 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCHâ€

Name Schisantherin A Schizandrin A Schizandrin B Scoparone Scopoletin Scutellarin Secoisolariciresinol Diglucoside Senecionine Seneciphylline Senkirkin Sennoside A Sennoside B Sennoside C Sennoside D Sesamin Silybin Silychristin Silydianin Sinensetine Sinomenine b-Sitosterol Skimmin Sodium danshensu Solanum dulcamara Sophoricoside Soyasapogenol A Soyasapogenol B Soyasapogenol E (-)-Sparteine Sphondin 5-Hydroxysphondin Sphondinol Spiraeoside Stachydrine chloride Stevioside G-Strophantin K-Strophanthin Strychnine Swertiamarine Synephrine Syringaresinol Tangeretin Tanshinone I Tanshinone IIA Tauroursodeoxycholic acid (+)-Taxifolin TEL

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Formula C30H32O9 C24H32O6 C23H28O6 C11H10O4 C10H8O4 C21H18O12 C32H46O16 C18H25NO5 C18H23NO5 C19H27NO6 C42H38O20 C42H38O20 C42H40O19 C42H40O19 C20H18O6 C25H22O10 C25H22O10 C25H22O10 C20H20O7 C19H23NO4 C29H50O C15H16O8 C9H9O5Na

CAS-No 58546-56-8 61281-38-7 61281-37-6 120-08-1 92-61-5 27740-01-8 148244-82-0 130-01-8 19776-79-5 6882-01-5 81-27-6 128-57-4 37271-16-2 37271-17-3 607-80-7 22888-70-6 33889-69-9 29782-68-1 2306-27-6 115-53-7 83-46-5 93-39-0 76822-21-4

C21H20O10 C30H50O4 C30H50O3 C30H48O3 C15H26N2 C12H8O4 C12H8O5 C11H6O4 C21H20O12 C7H14NO2Cl C38H60O18 C29H44O12*8H2O C23H32O6 C21H22N2O2 C16H22O10 C9H13NO2 C22H26O8 C20H20O7 C18H12O3 C19H18O3 C26H45NO6S C15H12O7

152-95-4 508-01-0 595-15-3 6750-59-0 90-39-1 483-66-9

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Name Tetrahydroalstonine Tetrahydropalmatine Tetrahydropalmatine hydrochloride Tetrandrine Teucrin A Theobromine a-Thujone Thymol Tiliroside Trillin Triptonide Triptophenolide Tropicamide Tropine Tropinone 5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan) Typhaneoside Uncarine C Uncarine D Uncarine E Ursodeoxycholic acid Ursolic Acid Usnic acid Valerenic acid Vanillic acid Vasicine hydrochloride Verbenalin Vestitol Vinbalstine sulfate Vitexin Vitexin-2"-o-rhamnoside Voacamidine Voacamine Voacangine Voachalotine Vobasine Wedelolactone Wild Yam Extract min. 20% Diosgenin Wogonin Xanthohumol 5-Hydroxyxanthotoxin Isoxanthohumol Xanthotoxol Yangonin Yohimbine Hydrochloride Z-Ligustilide TEL

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Formula C21H24N2O3 C21H25NO4 C21H25NO4*HCl C38H42N2O6 C19H20O6 C7H8N4O2 C10H16O C10H14O C30H26O13 C33H52O8 C20H22O6 C20H24O3 C17H20N2O2 C8H15NO C8H14BrNO C11H12N2O3 C34H42020 C21H24N2O4 C21H24N2O4 C21H24N2O4 C24H40O4 C30H48O3 C18H16O7 C15H22O2 C8H8O4 C11H12N2O*HCl C17H24O10 C16H16O4 C46H58N4O9*H2SO4 C21H20O10 C27H30O14 C43H52N4O5 C43H52N4O5 C22H28N2O3 C22H26N2O3 C21H24N2O5 C16H10O7

CAS-No 483-04-5 2934-97-6 6024-85-7 518-34-3 12798-51-5 83-67-0 546-80-5 89-83-8 20316-62-5 14144-06-0 38647-11-9 74285-86-2 1508-75-4 120-29-6 532-24-1 56-69-9 104472-62-6 5629-60-7 4697-68-1 5171-37-9 128-13-2 77-52-1 125-46-2 3569-10-6 121-34-6 7174-27-8 548-37-8 56701-24-7 143-67-9 3681-93-4 64820-99-1 6897-04-7 3371-85-5 510-22-5 664-22-5 2134-83-0 524-12-9

C16H12O5 C21H22O5 C12H8O5 C21H22O5 C12H8O4 C15H14O4 C21H26N2O3 C12H14O2

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Code 483-04-5 2934-97-6 6024-85-7 518-34-3 12798-51-5 83-67-0 546-80-5 89-83-8 20316-62-5 14144-06-0 38647-11-9 74285-86-2 1508-75-4 120-29-6 532-24-1 56-69-9 104472-62-6 5629-60-7 4697-68-1 5171-37-9 128-13-2 77-52-1 125-46-2 3569-10-6 121-34-6 7174-27-8 548-37-8 56701-24-7 143-67-9 3681-93-4 64820-99-1 6897-04-7 3371-85-5 510-22-5 664-22-5 2134-83-0 524-12-9 7500069 632-85-9 6754-58-1 7471-73-0 70872-29-6 2009-24-7 500-62-9 146-48-5 81944-09-4

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> 3. Toxins

code 8000057 8000058 8000059 8000060 8000061 8000062 8000063 8000064 8000065 8000066 8000067 8000068 8000069 8000070 8000071 8000072 8000073 8000074 8000075 8000076 8000077 8000078 8000079 8000080 8000081 8000082 8000083 8000084 8000085 8000005 8000086 8000087 8000088 8000089 8000090 8000091 8000092 8000093 8000094 8000095 8000096

3.1. Natural Toxins - Venoms

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3.1.1. Snake Venoms code 8000014 8000015 8000016 8000017 8000018 8000019 8000020 8000021 8000022 8000023 8000024 8000025 8000026 8000027 8000028 8000029 8000030 8000031 8000032 8000033 8000034 8000035 8000036 8000037 8000038 8000039 8000040 8000041 8000042 8000043 8000044 8000045 8000046 8000047 8000048 8000049 8000050 8000051 8000052 8000053 8000054 8000002 8000055 8000056

name Agkistrodon acutus, see: Deinagkistrodon acutus Agkistrodon bilineatus Agkistrodon contortrix Agkistrodon halys Agkistrodon piscivorus conanti Agkistrodon piscivorus leucostoma Agkistrodon rhodostoma, see: Calloselasma rhodostoma Atheris chlorechis Atheris nitschei Atheris squamigera Bitis (gabonica) gabonica Bitis (gabonica) rhinoceros Bitis arietans Bitis nasicornis Boiga blandingi Boiga dendrophila Bothrops lanceolatus Bothrops neuwiedi matogrossoensis Bothrops neuwiedi neuwiedi Bungarus multicinctus Calloselasma rhodostoma Cerastes cerastes Cerastes vipera Crotalus atrox Crotalus durissus collilineatus Crotalus durissus terrificus Crotalus mitchelli Crotalus vegrandis Deinagkistrodon acutus Dendroaspis angusticeps Dendroaspis jamesoni jamesoni Dendroaspis jamesoni kaimosae Dendroaspis polylepis (Kenya) Dendroaspis polylepis (South Africa) Dendroaspis viridis Echis (carinatus) leucogaster Echis (carinatus) pyramidium Echis aliaborri Echis carinatus multisquamatus Echis carinatus sochureki Eristocophis macmahoni Lachesis muta Macrovipera deserti Naja atra

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name Naja haje annulifera Naja haje haje "SELECTION" Naja haje haje (Mali) Naja haje haje (Morocco) Naja haje haje (Tunisia) Naja kaouthia Naja katiensis Naja melanoleuca Naja mossambica Naja mossambica pallida, see: Naja pallida Naja naja (India) Naja naja (Pakistan) Naja naja siamensis, see: Naja kaouthia Naja nigricollis (Cameroon) Naja nigricollis (Tanzania) Naja nigricollis (Togo) Naja nivea Naja pallida (Egypt) Naja pallida (Kenya) Naja sputatrix Notechis scutatus Oxyuranus scutellatus Pseudocerastes persicus Trimeresurus elegans Trimeresurus flavoviridis Trimeresurus purpureomaculatus Trimeresurus tokarensis Trimeresurus wagleri Vipera aspis Vipera berus Vipera bornmulleri Vipera latifi Vipera lebetina deserti, see: Macrovipera deserti Vipera lebetina obtusa Vipera lebetina turanica Vipera palestinae Vipera raddei Vipera russelli russelli Vipera xanthina Vipera xanthina palestinae Walterinnesia aegyptia

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3.1.2. Scorpion Venoms name Androctonus amoreuxi (Egypt) Androctonus amoreuxi (Mali) Androctonus australis Buthacus arenicola Buthotus hottentota Buthotus judaicus Buthotus trilineatus Buthus occitanus (Mali) Buthus occitanus occitanus Leiurus quinquestriatus hebraeus Nebo hierichonticus Pandinus imperator

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code 8000097 8000098 8000099 8000100 8000101 8000102 8000103 8000104 8000105 8000106 8000107 8000108

3.1.3. Spider Venoms code 8000109 8000110 8000111 8000112 8000113

name Agelena labyrinthica Eresus niger Latrodectus tredecimguttatus Lycosa singoriensis Stegodifus lineatus

3.1.4. Amphibian Venoms code 8000118 8000119 8000120 8000121 8000122

name Bufo bufo Bufo calamita Bufo viridis Salamandra salamandra Xenopus laevi

3.1.5. Other Arthropod Venoms code 8000114 8000115 8000116 8000117

name Apis mellifera Polistes gallicus Vespa crabro Vespula germanica

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36 > 3.2. Natural Toxins - synthetically produced

> 3.2. Natural Toxins - synthetically produced Name Agelenin

Sequence H-Gly-Gly-Cys-Leu-Pro-HisAsn-Arg-Phe-Cys-Asn-AlaLeu-Ser-Gly-Pro-Arg-CysCys-Ser-Gly-Leu-Lys-CysLys-Glu-Leu-Ser-Ile-Trp-AspSer-Arg-Cys-Leu-NH2

Description Agelenin has been isolated from the venom of the Agelenidae spider Agelena opulenta. This toxin suppresses the excitatory postsynaptic potentials possibly by blocking the presynaptic calcium channel.

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Apamin

H-Cys-Asn-Cys-lys-AlaPro-Glu-Thr-Ala-Leu-CysAla-Arg-Arg-Cys-Gln-GlnHis-NH2

Apamin, which has been isolated from bee venom, is the smallest neurotoxic polypeptide known. It is the only polypeptide neurotoxin that passes the blood-brain barrier. It has several features in common with the snake and scorpion neurotoxins: like these, apamin is a low-molecular-weight basic peptide, and the molecule is crosslinked by disulfide bridges.

5250044

APETx2

p-OHSequence: Gly-Thr-AlaCys-Ser-Cys-Gly-Asn-SerLys-Gly-Ile-Tyr-Trp-Phe-TyrArg-Pro-Ser-Cys-Pro-ThrAsp-Arg-Gly-Tyr-Thr-Gly-SerCys-Arg-Tyr-Phe-Leu-GlyThr-Cys-Cys-Thr-Pro-Ala-As

Potently and selectively blocks the H(+)-gated sodium channel ASIC3 (ACCN3). The blockade is rapid and reversible. Does not block isoform ASIC1a and isoform ASIC1b of ASIC1 (ACCN2), nor ASIC2 (ACCN1). It also inhibits heteromeric ASIC2b-ASIC3 channel, while it has less affinity for ASIC1b-ASIC3, ASIC1a-ASIC3, and no effect on the ASIC2a-ASIC3 channels.

5250019

Chlorotoxin

H-Met-Cys-Met-Pro-CysPhe-Thr-Thr-Asp-His-GlnMet-Ala-Arg-Lys-Cys-AspAsp-Cys-Cys-Gly-Gly-LysGly-Arg-Gly-Lys-Cys-TyrGly-Pro-Gln-Cys-Leu-CysArg-NH2

Chlorotoxin is a chloride channel blocker which has been isolated from the venom of the scorpion Leiurus quinquestriatus. It has been shown to specifically bind to glioma cells and to inhibit their invasive potential. The toxin has recently been reported to bind to a protein complex on the surface of glioma cells containing several proteins implicated in glioma cell invasion. Gelatinase A (matrix metalloproteinase-2 (MMP2)) is one of the components present in this complex. The anti-invasive effect of chlorotoxin seems to be mediated by binding to and direct inhibition of gelatinase A, and its surface down-regulation.

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Code 5250029

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Name Conantokin G

Sequence H-Gly-Glu-g-g-Leu-Gln-gAsn-Gln-g-Leu-Ile-Arg-gLys-Ser-Asn-NH2

Description Conantokin G has been isolated from the venom of the cone Conus geographus. This toxin selectively inhibits NR2B subunits of N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor-mediated calcium influx in central nervous system neurons. Conantokin G induces sleep-like symptoms in young mice and hyperactivity in older mice(SERT). In this moment this compound is under phase II clinical trials under the name CGX-1007 by Cognetix Inc. It has been shown to be an effective antiepileptic agent in several animal models of seizur.

5250017

Conopeptide Y pl1

H-Ala-Arg-Phe-Leu-His-Prophe-Gln-Tyr-Tyr-Thr-Leu-TyrArg-Tyr-Leu-Thr-Arg-PheLeu-His-Arg-Tyr-Pro-Ile-Tyrtyr-Ile-Arg-Tyr-OH

Conopeptide Y pl1 has been isolated from the venom of the cone Conus planorbis. This toxin is an antagonist of voltage-gated K+ channels belonging to the Kv1 subfamily. Conpeptide Y pl1 is selective for Kv1.6.

5250045

Conotoxin MrIA

Asn-Gly-Val-Cys-Cys-GlyTyr-Lys-Leu-Cys-His-HypCys-OH

Inhibits the neuronal norepinephrine transporter (NET). Produces no effect on the activity of the dopamine transporter (DAT) and the serotonin transporter (SERT). Is under phase I clinical trial by Xenome under the name Xen2174. This structural analog of MrIA was developed to overcome the relatively poor chemical stability of Mr1A in solution. Used to treat neuropathic pain.

5250008

a-Conotoxin GI

H-Glu-Cys-Cys-Asn-Pro-AlaCys-Gly-Arg-His-Tyr-SerCys-NH2

a-Conotoxin GI act on postsynaptic membranes, they bind to the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChR) and thus inhibit them. This conotoxin has been isolated from the venom of the cone snail Conus geographus. The higher affinity site for a-Conotoxin GI is the a/d site on mouse muscle-deriverd BC3H-1 receptor, and the other site (a/g site) on nicotinic receptors from Torpedo californica electric organ.

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Code 5250016


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38 > 3.2. Natural Toxins - synthetically produced

Code 5250009

Name a-Conotoxin GID

Sequence H-Ile-Arg-Asp-g-Cys-CysSer-Asn-Pro-Ala-Cys-ArgVal-Asn-Asn-Hyp-His-ValCys-OH

5250031

a-Conotoxin IMI

H-Gly-Cys-Cys-Ser-Asp-Pro- a-Conotoxins IMI has been isolated from the venom of the cone Arg-Cys-Ala-Trp-Arg-Cys-NH2 snail Conus imperialis. a-conotoxins IMI act on postsynaptic membranes, they bind to the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChR) and thus inhibit them. This toxin blocks mammalian neuronal nAChRs (a-3/b-2 > a-7 > a-3/b-4). Has no effect on nAChRs composed of a-2/b-2, a-3/b-2, a-4/b-2, a-2/b-4, a-3/b-4, or a-4/b-4 subunits. a-Conotoxins IMI acts voltageindependently. Is highly active against the neuromuscular receptor in frog.

5250030

a-Conotoxin MI

H-Gly-Arg-Cys-Cys-His-ProAla-Cys-Gly-Lys-Asn-TyrSer-Cys-NH2

a-Conotoxins MI has been isolated from the venom of the cone snail Conus magus. This conotoxin act on postsynaptic membranes, they bind to the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChR) and thus inhibit them. a-Conotoxins MI blocks mammalian nAChR composed of a-1/d subunits with high potency and a-1/g with a low potency.

5250039

a-Conotoxin Vc1A

Gly-Cys-Cys-Ser-Asp-HypArg-Cys-Asn-Tyr-Asp-HisPro-Gla-Ile-Cys-NH2

a-Conotoxins act on postsynaptic membranes, they bind to the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChR) and inhibit them. This synthetic peptide is a neuronal nAChR antagonist that acts as a powerful analgesic. It blocks nAChRs composed of a-3 or -5/b-2 (IC50=7.2 µM), a-3/ß-2 (IC50=7.3 µM), a-3/ß-4 (IC50=4.2 µM), a-3 or a-5/b-4 (IC50<30 µM), a-4/b-2 (IC50<30 µM),a-4/b-4 (IC50<30 µM) and a/b/g/d (IC50<30 µM) subunits. Is under phase II clinical trial by Metabolic under the name ACV1. Used to treat neuropathic pain.

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Description a-Conotoxin GID act on postsynaptic membranes, they bind to the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChR) and thus inhibit them. This conotoxin has been isolated from the venom of the cone snail Conus geographus. This toxin reversibly blocks nAChRs (a-3/b-2 = a-7 > a-4/b-2).

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Name c-Conotoxin MRIA

Sequence H-Asn-Gly-Val-Cys-Cys-GlyTyr-Lys-Leu-Cys-His-HypCys-OH

Description c-Conotoxin MRIA has been isolated from the venom of the cone Conus marmoreus. This toxin inhibits the neuronal norepinephrine transporter (NET) but produces no effect on the activity of the dopamine transporter (DAT) and the serotonin transporter (SERT).

5250043

m-Conotoxin KIIIA

Cys-Cys-Asn-Cys-Ser-SerLys-Trp-Cys-Arg-Asp-HisSer-Arg-Cys-Cys-NH2

Neurotoxin with presynaptic activity, that blocks the inwardly rectifying Kir1.1 (KCNJ1) and Kir3.1/3.4 (KCNJ3/KCNJ5) potassium channels with high affinity by binding to the M1-M2 linker region of these channels in a 1:1 stoichiometry. Tertiapin-Q also inhibits calcium-activated large conductance BK-type (KCNMA/ KCNMB) potassium channels in a concentration-, and voltagedependent manner, in addition to inhibiting Kir3.1/3.2 (KCNJ3/ KCNJ6) heteromultimer potassium channels. It can prevent dosedependently acetylcholine(ACh)-induced atrioventricular block in mammalian hearts.

5250013

m-Conotoxin PIIIA

Pyr-Arg-Leu-Cys-Cys-GlyPhe-Hyp-Pro-Lys-Ser-CysArg-Ser-Arg-Gln-Cys-LysHyp-His-Arg-Cys-Cys-NH2

µ-Conotoxins bind and block site 1 of voltage-gated sodium channels. µ-Conotoxin PIIIA has been isolated from the venom of the cone Conus purpurascens. This toxin blocks the neuronal sodium channels Nav1.2 (SCN2A) and Nav1.7 (SCN9A). This peptide causes flaccid paralysis in both mice and fish.

5250042

m-O-Conotoxin MrVIB

Ala-Cys-Ser-Lys-Lys-Trp-GluTyr-Cys-Ile-Val-Pro-Ile-LeuGly-Phe-Val-Tyr-Cys-CysPro-Gly-Leu-Ile-Cys-GlyPro-Phe-Val-Cys-Val-OH

µ-O Conotoxins block voltage-gated sodium channels. Has a preference for Nav1.4 (SCN4A) over Nav1.2 (SCN2A) sodium channels. Blocks Nav channels by interacting mainly with the C-terminal part of the pore loop of domain-3. Also blocks fastinactivating calcium current. Blocks Nav1.8 (SCN10A) sodium channels and has potent and long-lasting local anesthetic effects. Can also block propagation of action potentials in A- and C-fibers in sciatic nerve as well as skeletal muscle in isolated preparations. Is under preclinical trial by Cognetix Inc under the name CGX-1002 as a local anesthetic agent.

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Code 5250014

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40 > 3.2. Natural Toxins - synthetically produced

Code 5250040

Name w-Conotoxin CVID

Sequence Cys-Lys-Ser-Lys-Gly-AlaLys-Cys-Ser-Lys-Leu-MetTyr-Asp-Cys-Cys-Ser-GlySer-Cys-Ser-Gly-Thr-Val-GlyArg-Cys-NH2

5250012

w-Conotoxin GVIA

H-Cys-Lys-Ser-Hyp-Gly-Ser- w-Conotoxin GVIA has been isolated from the venom of the cone Ser-Cys-Ser-Hyp-Thr-Ser-Tyr- Conus geographus. w-conotoxins act at presynaptic membranes, Asn-Cys-Cys-Arg-Ser-Cysthey bind and block voltage-sensitive calcium channels (VSCC). Asn-Hyp-Tyr-Thr-Lys-ArgCys-Tyr-NH2

5250010

w-Conotoxin MVIIA

H-Cys-Lys-Gly-Lys-Gly-AlaLys-Cys-Ser-Arg-Leu-MetTyr-Asp-Cys-Cys-Thr-GlySer-Cys-Arg-Ser-Gly-LysCys-NH2

w-Conotoxin MVIIA has been isolated from the venom of the cone Conus magus. w-conotoxins act at presynaptic membranes, they bind and block voltage-sensitive calcium channels (VSCC). This toxin blocks N-type calcium channels (Cav2.2/CACNA1B). w-Conotoxin MVIIA is available under the names Prialt by Neurex. It blocks acute pain in patients who no longer obtain relief from opiate drugs. It is 100 to 1000 times more potent than morphine. This toxin blocks calcium channels it disable nerves that transmit pain signals.

5250011

w-Conotoxin MVIIC

H-Cys-Lys-Gly-Lys-Gly-AlaPro-Cys-Arg-Lys-Thr-MetTyr-Asp-Cys-Cys-Ser-GlysSer-Cys-Gly-Arg-Arg-Gly-lysCys-NH2

w-CgTx-MVIIC inhibits presynaptic Ca2+ channels, including the Ca2+ channels responsible for Ca2+ uptake by rat brain synaptosomes, the P-type Ca2+ channels in cerebellar Purkinje cells, and a significant fraction of w-CgTx-GVIA-resistant currents in hippocampal CA1 neurons. w-CgTx-MVIIC also presents an inhibition of w-CgTx-GVIA-resistant depolarization-induced neurotransmetter release in cerebellar neurons of rats.

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Description w-Conotoxins act at presynaptic membranes, they bind and block voltage-sensitive calcium channels (VSCC). This toxin inhibits neurotransmitter release. It blocks N-type calcium channels, probably a N-type (Cav2.2) calcium channel variant. w-Conotoxins act at presynaptic membranes, they bind and block voltage-sensitive calcium channels (VSCC). This toxin is under phase I clinical trial under the name AM336 by Amrad Corporation Limited for treating severe morphine-resistant pain stress.

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Name w-Conotoxin SO-3

Sequence Arg-Cys-Lys-Ala-Ala-GlyLys-Pro-Cys-Ser-Arg-Ile-AlaTyr-Asn-Cys-Cys-Thr-GlySer-Cys-Arg-Ser-Gly-LysCys-NH2

Description w-Conotoxins act at presynaptic membranes, they bind and block voltage-sensitive calcium channels (VSCC). This peptide selectively targets N-type voltage-sensitive calcium channels. Has no effect on R-type calcium currents, voltage-sensitive sodium currents, delayed rectifier potassium currents and transient outward potassium currents. Displays an analgesic potency similar to MVIIA in a range of acute and chronic pain models in rodents, but has less adverse effects compared with identical dosages of MVIIA injected intrathecally.

5250015

r-Conotoxin TIA

H-Phe-Asn-Trp-Arg-Cys-CysLeu-Ile-Pro-Ala-Cys-ArgArg-Asn-His-Lys-Lys-PheCys-NH2

r-Conotoxin TIA has been isolated from the venom of the cone Conus tulipa. Moreover this toxin reversibly inhibits a-1 adrenergic receptors (a-1B (ADRA1B) > a-1A (ADRA1A) = a-1D (ADRA1D)). This toxin is a competitive antagonist of a-1A- and a-1D-adrenoceptors and a non-competitive antagonist of a-1B-adrenoceptors. r-Conotoxin TIA has no effect on a-2 adrenergic receptors. But this compound potently inhibited contractions of vas deferens, spleen and aorta in response to noradrenaline.

5250021

Ergtoxin

H-Asp-Arg-Ser-Cys-Val-Asp- Ergtoxin has been isolated from the venom of the Mexican scorpion Lys-Ser-Arg-Cys-Ala-Lys-Tyr- Centruroides noxius. This toxin blocks specifically the HERG Gly-Tyr-Tyr-Gln-Glu-Cys-Gln- potassium channel with an affinity close to 10 nM. Asp-Cys-Cys-Lys-Asn-AlaGly-His-Asn-Cys-Gly-ThrCys-Met-Phe-Phe-lys-CysLys-Cys-Ala-OH

5250020

GsMTx4

H-Gly-Cys-Leu-Glu-Phe-TrpTrp-Lys-Cys-Asn-Pro-AsnAsp-Asp-Lys-Cys-Cys-ArgPro-Lys-Leu-lys-Cys-Serlys-Leu-phe-lys-Leu-CysAsn-phe-Ser-Phe-NH2

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Code 5250041

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GsMTx4 has been isolated from the venom of the spider Grammostola rosea. This cationic hydrophobic polypeptide blocks mechanosensitive ion channels (also named strech-activated channels or SACs), without having effect on whole-cell voltagesensitive currents. This Toxin acts by perturbing the interface between the channel and the lipid bilayer without necessarily being in physical contact with the channel. Also it affects the membrane motor of outer hair cells at low doses. It does not inhibit the potassium channel KvAP (from the archaeon Aeropyrum pernix).

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Code 5250022

Name Hemitoxin

Sequence H-Ile-Lys-Cys-Thr-Leu-SerLys-Asp-Cys-Tyr-Ser-ProCys-Lys-Lys-Glu-Thr-GlyCys-Pro-Arg-Ala-lys-Cys-IleAsn-Arg-Asn-Cys-Lys-Cystyr-Gly-Cys-Ser-NH2

Description Hemitoxin has been isolated from the venom of the scorpion Hemiscorpius lepturus. This toxin blocks rat voltage-gated potassium channels Kv1.1 (KCNA1), Kv1.2 (KCNA2) and Kv1.3 (KCNA3) expressed in Xenopus oocytes.

5250023

HsTx 1

H-Ala-Ser-Cys-Arg-Thr-ProLys-Asp-Cys-Ala-Asp-ProCys-Arg-Lys-Glu-Thr-GlyCys-Pro-Tyr-Gly-lys-CysMet-Asn-Arg-lys-Cys-lysCys-Asn-Arg-Cys-NH2

HsTx 1 is a member of the a-KTx6 family of toxins active on voltagegated K+ channels. It is one of the most potent toxins active on Kv1.3 channels (Kd close to 10 pM). It is also very active on Kv1.2 channels (Kd around 7 nM). It is however inactive on apaminsensitive SK channels.

5250046

Huwentoxin-I

H-Cys-Lys-Gly-Val-Phe-AspAla-Cys-Thr-Pro-Gly-LysAsn-Glu-Cys-Cys-Pro-AsnArg-Val-Cys-Ser-Asp-LysHis-Lys-Trp-Cys-Lys-Trp-LysLeu-OH

Lethal neurotoxin. Binds to the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor. Blocks neuromuscular transmission. Possess presynaptic activity that affects the release of neurotransmitters from autonomic nerve endings of both cholinergic and adrenergic neuroeffector junctions. Selectively inhibits N-type calcium channel and has only very weak effect on L-type calcium channel. Has virtually no effect on muscle sodium channels but are potent inhibitor of neuronal TTX-sensitive channels, especially Nav1.7

5250047

Huwentoxin-IV

Lethal neurotoxin. Acts selectively on tetrodotoxin-sensitive (TTX-S) Cys-Leu-Glu-Ile-Phe-Lysvoltage-gated sodium channels. IC50 is 30 nM in adult rat dorsal Ala-Cys-Asn-Pro-Ser-Asnroot ganglion neurons. Asp-Gln-Cys-Cys-Lys-SerSer-Lys-Leu-Val-Cys-SerArg-Lys-Thr-Arg-Trp-Cys-LysTyr-Gln-Ile-NH2

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Name Imperatoxin A

Sequence H-Gly-Asp-Cys-Leu-Pro-HisLeu-Lys-Arg-Cys-Lys-AlaAsp-Asn-Asp-Cys-Cys-GlyLys-Lys-Cys-Lys-Arg-ArgGly-Thr-Asn-Ala-Glu-LysArg-Cys-Arg-OH

Description Imperatoxin A has been isolated from the venom of the emperor Scorpion Pandinus imperator. Imperatoxin A is a strong agonist of ryanodine receptors (calcium release channels). This toxin induces voltage- and concentration-dependent subconductance states in both skeletal (RYR1 and RYR3) and cardiac (RYR2) ryanodine receptors by binding to a single, cytosolically accessible site different from the ryanodine binding site. Imperatoxin A enhances calcium release.

5250033

Kaliotoxin-1

H-Gly-Val-Glu-Ile-Asn-ValLys-Cys-Ser-Gly-Ser-ProGln-Cys-Leu-Lys-Pro-CysLys-Asp-Ala-Gly-Met-ArgPhe-Gly-Lys-Cys-Met-AsnArg-Lys-Cys-His-Cys-ThrPro-Lys-NH2

Kaliotoxin-1 has been isolated from the venom of the Scorpion Androctonus mauretanicus mauretanicus. Kaliotoxin-1 is a potent inhibitor of large conductance calcium-activated potassium channels (BK-Ca). This toxin also binds to the dendrotoxin sensitive voltagedependent potassium channel. It appears to block channel activity by a simple bimolecular inhibition process. Kaliotoxin-1 induces a transient period of fast flickering in the channel openings, followed by an almost complete blockade of the channel. Its binding affinity to rat brain synaptosomes is 5-fold higher than this of KTX-3. Binding of the toxin to the channel is associated with significant structural rearrangments in both molecules.

5250024

Leiurotoxin 1

H-Ala-Phe-Cys-Asn-LeuArg-Met-Cys-Gln-Leu-SerCys-Arg-Ser-Leu-Gly-LeuLeu-Gly-lys-Cys-Ile-Gly-AspLys-Cys-Glu-Cys-Val-LysHis-NH2

Leiurotoxin is a component of the venom of the Israeli scorpion Leiurus quinquestriatus hebraeus and has been reported to inhibit apamin binding to its receptor. Like apamin, it acts as a blocker of Ca2+ activated K+ channels in different cell types.

5250025

Margatoxin

H-Thr-Ile-Ile-Asn-Val-LysCys-Thr-Ser-Pro-Lys-GlnCys-Leu-Pro-Pro-Cys-LysAla-Gln-Phe-Gly-Gln-serAla-Gly-Ala-Lys-Cys-MetAsn-Gly-Lys-Cys-Lys-CysTyr-Pro-His-OH

Margatoxin is a component of the venom of Scorpio Centruroides margaritatus.This toxin is potent selective inhibitor of voltagedependent potassium channels such as Kv1.3.

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Code 5250032

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Code 5250026

Name Maurocalcine

Sequence H-Gly-Asp-Cys-Leu-Pro-HisLeu-Lys-Leu-Cys-lys-GluAsn-Lys-Asp-Cys-Cys-SerLys-Lys-Cys-Lys-Arg-ArgGly-Thr-Asn-Ile-Glu-Lys-ArgCys-Arg-NH2

Description Maurocalcine is a component of the venom of Scorpio maurus palmatus. It folds according to an inhibitor cysteine knot. It is a new member of the family of toxins acting on ryanodine receptors with an affinity in the 10 nM range. It induces an increase in channel opening probability accompanied with sudden transitions to long lasting subconductance states. It has also been characterized as a cell penetrating peptide and its pharmacological activity can be observed upon extracellular perfusion.

5250027

Maurotoxin

H-Val-Ser-Cys-Thr-Gly-Serlys-Asp-Cys-Tyr-Ala-ProCys-Arg-lys-Gln-Thr-GlyCys-Pro-Asn-Ala-Lys-CysIle-Asn-Lys-Ser-Cys-Lyscys-Tyr-Gly-Cys-NH2

Maurotoxin is a component of the venom of Scorpio maurus palmatus. This toxin is a member of the a-KTx6.2 scorpion toxin family. It blocks voltage-gated potassium channels (KV1.1/KCNA1, KV1.2/KCNA2, and KV1.3/KCNA3) and inhibits apamin-sensitive small conductance calcium-activated channels (SK channels), particularly KCa3.1(IKca1, SK4).

5250048

Prototoxin 2 ProTx-II

Tyr-Cys-Gln-Lys-Trp-Met-TrpThr-Cys-Asp-Ser-Glu-ArgLys-Cys-Cys-Glu-Gly-MetVal-Cys-Arg-Leu-Trp-CysLys-Lys-Lys-Leu-Trp-OH

Inhibits voltage-gated calcium and sodium channels (site 4). Inhibits activation by shifting the voltage-dependence of channel activation to more positive potentials. Potently inhibits all sodium channel subtypes tested (Nav1.2/SCN2A, Nav1.5/SCN5A, Nav1.7/SCN9A, and Nav1.8/SCN10A). Is approximately 15-fold more potent on Nav1.7/ SCN9A than on Nav1.5/SCN5A channels. Acts on Cav3.1/CACNA1G, and interacts more weakly with the related T-Type channel Cav3.2/ CACNA1H but potently inhibits the L-type calcium channel Cav1.2/ CACNA1C. Binds to phospholipids. ProTx-II, a selective inhibitor of Nav1.7 sodium channels, blocks action potential propagation in nociceptors.

5250049

Psalmotoxin 1 PcTx1

H-Glu-Asp-Cys-Ile-Pro-LysTrp-Lys-Gly-Cys-Val-AsnArg-His-Gly-Asp-Cys-CysGlu-Gly-Leu-Glu-Cys-TrpLys-Arg-Arg-Arg-Ser-PheGlu-Val-Cys-Val-Pro-LysThr-Pro-Lys-Thr-OH

Potently and selectively blocks the H(+)-gated sodium channel ASIC1a (acid-sensitive ion channel 1a). The blockade is rapid and reversible. Psalmotoxin 1 loses its capacity to block ASIC1a as soon as this subunit is associated with another member of the family (ASIC2a or ASIC3). The toxin can distinguish between the two ASIC1 splice variants ASIC1a and ASIC1b.

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Name Psalmotoxin-1

Sequence H-Glu-Asp-Cys-Ile-Pro-LysTrp-Lys-Gly-Cys-Val-AsnArg-His-Gly-Asp-Cys-CysGlu-Gly-Leu-Glu-Cys-TrpLys-Arg-Arg-Arg-Ser-PheGlu-Val-Cys-Val-Pro-LysThr-Pro-Lys-Thr-OH

Description Psalmotoxin-1 has been isolated from the venom of the Spider Psalmopoeus cambridgei (Trinidad chevron tarantula). This toxin blocks potently and selectively the H(+)-gated sodium channel ASIC1a (acid-sensitive ion channel 1a). The blockade is rapid and reversible. Psalmotoxin 1 loses its capacity to block ASIC1a as soon as this subunit is associated with another member of the family (ASIC2a or ASIC3). The toxin can distinguish between the two ASIC1 splice variants ASIC1a and ASIC1b.

5250035

Sarafotoxin-A

H-Cys-Ser-Cys-Lys-Asp-MetSer-Asp-Lys-Glu-Cys-LeuAsn-Phe-Cys-His-Gln-AspVal-Ile-Trp-OH

Sarafotoxin-A has been isolated from the venom of the Snaker Atractaspis engaddensis. This toxin presents a vasoconstrictor activity. This compound has a close structural homology to the endothelin family. Sarafotoxin-A causes cardiac arrest probably as a result of coronary vasospasm. LD50 is 0.015 mg/kg by intravenous injection for Sarafotoxin-A.

5250036

Sarafotoxin-B

H-Cys-Ser-Cys-Lys-Asp-MetThr-Asp-Lys-Glu-Cys-LeuTyr-Phe-Cys-His-Gln-AspVal-Ile-Trp-OH

Sarafotoxin-B has been isolated from the venom of the Snaker Atractaspis engaddensis. This toxin presents a vasoconstrictor activity. This compound has a close structural homology to the endothelin family. Sarafotoxin-A causes cardiac arrest probably as a result of coronary vasospasm. LD50 is 0.015 mg/kg by intravenous injection for Sarafotoxin-B.

5250037

Sarafotoxin-C

H-Cys-Thr-Cys-Asn-Asp-MetThr-Asp-Glu-Glu-Cys-LeuAsn-Phe-Cys-His-Gln-AspVal-Ile-Trp-OH

Sarafotoxin-C has been isolated from the venom of the Snaker Atractaspis engaddensis. This toxin presents a vasoconstrictor activity. This compound has a close structural homology to the endothelin family. Sarafotoxin-A causes cardiac arrest probably as a result of coronary vasospasm. LD50 is 0.3 mg/kg by intravenous injection for Sarafotoxin-C.

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Code 5250034

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Code 5250028

Name ShK Stichodactyla Toxin

Sequence H-Arg-Ser-Cys-Ile-Asp-ThrIle-Pro-Lys-Ser-Arg-Cys-ThrAla-Phe-Gln-Cys-Lys-HisSer-Met-lys-Tyr-Arg-LeuSer-Phe-Cys-Arg-Lys-ThrCys-Gly-Thr-Cys-NH2

Description ShK has been isolated from the venom of the Carribean sea anemone Stoichactis helianthus. This toxin inhibits voltage-dependent potassium channels. Inhibits Kv1.3 (KCNA3) potently and also blocks Kv1.1 (KCNA1), Kv1.4 (KCNA4), and Kv1.6 (KCNA6) at subnanomolar concentrations.

5250038

SNX482

H-Gly-Val-Asp-Lys-Ala-GlyCys-Arg-Tyr-Met-Phe-GlyGly-Cys-Ser-Val-Asn-AspAsp-Cys-Cys-Pro-Arg-LeuGly-Cys-His-Ser-Leu-PheSer-Tyr-Cys-Ala-Trp-AspLeu-Thr-Phe-Ser-Asp-OH

SNX-482 has been isolated from the venom of the Spider Hysterocrates gigas (African tarantula). This toxin modulates the R-type current associated with the class a1E calcium channel Cav2.3 (CACNA1E). SNX-482 antagonizes channel activation by inducing a depolarizing shift in the activation potential, thus preventing the channel from undergoing normal membrane depolarization. SNX-482 acts rapidly and in a poorly reversible manner.

5250050

Tertiapin-Q

Ala-Leu-Cys-Asn-Cys-AsnArg-Ile-Ile-Ile-Pro-His-MetCys-Trp-Lys-Lys-Cys-GlyLys-Lys-NH2

Neurotoxin with presynaptic activity, that blocks the inwardly rectifying Kir1.1 (KCNJ1) and Kir3.1/3.4 (KCNJ3/KCNJ5) potassium channels with high affinity by binding to the M1-M2 linker region of these channels in a 1:1 stoichiometry. Tertiapin-Q also inhibits calcium-activated large conductance BK-type (KCNMA/ KCNMB) potassium channels in a concentration-, and voltagedependent manner, in addition to inhibiting Kir3.1/3.2 (KCNJ3/ KCNJ6) heteromultimer potassium channels. It can prevent dosedependently acetylcholine(ACh)-induced atrioventricular block in mammalian hearts.

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Amines


48 > 4. Amines

> 4. Amines code 0300001

Name 1-phenylcylcopropanamine HCl

formula C9H11ClN*HCl

Structure NH2*HCl

0300002

1-o-tolylcyclopropanamine HCl

C10H13ClN*HCl NH2*HCl

0300003

1-m-tolylcyclopropanamine HCl

C10H13ClN*HCl

amines

NH2*HCl

0300004

1-p-tolylcyclopropanamine HCl

C10H13ClN*HCl NH2*HCl

0300005

1-(2-chlorophenyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C9H10Cl2N*HCl NH2*HCl

Cl

0300006

1-(4-chlorophenyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C9H10Cl2N*HCl NH2*HCl

Cl

0300007

1-(4-fluorophenyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C9H10ClFN*HCl NH2*HCl

F

0300008

1-(4-methybenzyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C11H15ClN*HCl

NH2*HCl

0300009

1-(4-chlorobenzyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C10H14Cl2N*HCl

Cl

NH2*HCl

0300010

1-(phenoxymethyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C10H13ClNO*HCl O

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code 0300011

Name 1-((methoxyphenoxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

formula C11H15ClNO*HCl

Structure O

NH2*HCl

O

0300012

1(o-tolyloxymethyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C11H15ClNO*HCl O

1(m-tolyloxymethyl)cyclopropanamien HCl

C11H15ClNO*HCl

amines

0300O13

NH2*HCl

O

0300014

1-(p-tolyloxymethyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

NH2*HCl

C11H15ClNO*HCl O

0300015

1-((2-chlorophenoxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

NH2*HCl

C10H12Cl2NO*HCl O

NH2*HCl

Cl

0300016

1-((3-chlorophenoxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C10H12Cl2NO*HCl O

Cl

0300017

1-((chlorophenoxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

NH2*HCl

C10H12Cl2NO*HCl O

NH2*HCl

Cl

0300018

1-((4-fluorophenoxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C10H12ClFNO*HCl O

NH2*HCl

F

0300019

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1-((3,5-dimethyphenoxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

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code 0300020

Name 1-((2,4-dimethylphenoxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

formula C12H17ClNO*HCl

Structure O

0300021

1-((2,3-dimethylphenoxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

NH2*HCl

C12H17ClNO*HCl O

0300022

1-((3,4-dimethylphenoxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

NH2*HCl

C12H17ClNO*HCl O

1-(benzyloxymethyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C11H15ClNO*HCl

amines

0300023

NH2*HCl

O

0300024

1-((4-methylbenzyloxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

NH2*HCl

C12H17ClNO*HCl O

0300025

1-((4-methoxybenzyloxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C12H17ClNO*HCl

NH2*HCl

O

O

0300026

1-((4-fluorobenzyloxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C11H14FNO*HCl

NH2*HCl

F

O

0300027

1-((4-fluorobenzyloxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C11H14Cl2NO*HCl

NH2*HCl

Cl

O

0300028

1-((2-chlorobenzyloxy)methyl)cyclopropanamine HCl

C11H14Cl2NO*HCl

NH2*HCl

Cl

O

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enzymes

5.1. Oxidoreductases CODE 0400025 0400029 0400030 0400031 0400032 0400033 0400034 0400035 0400036 0400037 0400038 0400039 0400040 0400041 0400042 0400043 0400044 0400045 0400046 0400111 0400112 0400117 0400121 0400122 0400126 0400140 0400141 0400142 0400143 0400149 0400150 0400151 0400152 0400153 0400155 0400156 0400157 0400202 0400203 0400204 0400205 0400206 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

NAME Adenosine Deaminase Alcohol Dehydrogenase Alcohol Dehydrogenase 001 Alcohol Dehydrogenase 002 Alcohol Dehydrogenase 003 Alcohol Dehydrogenase 004 Alcohol Dehydrogenase 005 Alcohol Dehydrogenase 006 Alcohol Dehydrogenase 007 Alcohol Dehydrogenase Ammonium Alcohol Dehydrogenase CDX003* Alcohol Dehydrogenase CDX010* Alcohol Dehydrogenase CDX013* Alcohol Dehydrogenase Kit Alcohol Oxidase Alcohol Oxidase 001 Alcohol Oxidase 002 Alcohol:oxygen Oxidoreductase Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Catalase Catalase FL CereCalase Chloroperoxidase Chloroperoxidase 001 Cholesterol Oxidase D-(-)-Lactate Dehydrogenase D-3-Hydroxybutyrate Dehydrogenase 001 D-Amino Acid Oxidase D-Amino Acid Oxidase 001 D-Fructose Dehydrogenase 001 D-Glucose Dehydrogenase 001 D-Glucose Dehydrogenase 002 D-Glucose Dehydrogenase 003 D-Glucose Dehydrogenase CDX901* Diacetyl Reductase 001 D-Lactate Dehydrogenase 001 D-Mandalate Dehydrogenase 001 Glucose -6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Glucose Oxidase Glutamate Dehydrogenase Glutamate Dehydrogenase 25°C Glutamate Dehydrogenase 37°C TEL

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E.C.Nr. 1.1.1.1 1.1.1.1 1.1.1.1 1.1.1.2 1.1.1.1 1.1.1.1 1.1.1.2 1.1.1.1 1.1.1.1 1.1 1.1.1.2 1.1.1.1 1.1.1.1 1.1.1.1 1.1.3.13 1.1.3.13 1.1.3.13 1.1.3.13 1.2.1.3 1.11.1.6 1.11.1.6 1 1.11.1.10 1.11.1.10 1.1.3.6 1.1.2.4 1.1.1.30 1.4.3.3 1.4.3.3 1.1.99.11 1.1.1.47 1.1.1.47 1.1.1.47 1.1.1.47 1.1.1.5 1.1.1.28 1.1.1.1.1.1.49 1.1.3.4 1.4.1.3 1.4.1.2 1.4.1.2

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NAME Glutamate Dehydrogenase High Activity Glycerol Dehydrogenase 001 1-Glycerophsophate Dehydrogenase Laccase 001 Laccase 002 Laccase 003 Laccase A Laccase C Lactoperoxidase Lipoxidase L-(+)-Lactate Dehydrogenase L-Lactate Dehydrogenase 001 L-Lactate Dehydrogenase 002 L-Leucin Dehydrogenase L-Leucine Dehydrogenase 001 L-Malate Dehydrogenase 001 L-Phenylalanin - Dehydrogenase - Testkit L-Phenylalanin - Dehydrogenase CS L-Phenylalanine Dehydrogenase 001 Malate Dehydrogenase (porcine heart) Manganperoxidase NAD(P)H Regeneration Kit NADP-specific Formate Dehydrogenase 001 NAD-specific Formate Dehydrogenase 001 NAD-specific Formate Dehydrogenase 002 Recombinant HBDH Sarcosine Oxidase Superoxide Dismutase Uricase

CAS-No 9029-12-3

E.C.Nr. 1.4.1.2 1.1.1.6 1.1.99.5 1.10.3.2 1.10.3.2 1.10.3.2 1.10.3.2 1.10.3.2 1.11.1.7 1.13.11.12 1.1.1.27 1.1.1.27 1.1.1.27 1.4.1.9 1.4.1.9 1.1.1.37 1.4.1.20 1.4.1.20 1.4.1.20 1.1.1.37 1.11.1.13 1 1.2.1.2 1.2.1.2 1.2.1.2 1.1.1.30 1.5.3.1 1.15.1.1 1.7.3.3

NAME Glutamic oxalacetic transaminase Maltose phosphrylase Pyruvate Kinase Reverse Transcriptase Sucrose Phosphorylase a-Transaminase 001 w-Transaminase 001

CAS-No

E.C.Nr. 2.6.1.1 2.4.1.8 2.7.1.40 2.7.7.49 2.4.1.7 2.6.1.5. 2.6.1.18

enzymes

CODE 0400207 0400209 0400009 0400244 0400245 0400246 0400247 0400248 0400257 0400282 0400242 0400283 0400284 0400285 0400286 0400287 0400289 0400290 0400291 0400294 0400297 0400320 0400321 0400322 0400323 0400399 0400422 0400450 0400484

5.2. Transferases CODE 0400208 0400296 0400397 0400405 0400449 0400497 0400498

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enzymes

5.3. Hydrolases CODE 0400494 0400495 0400496 0400017 0400018 0400019 0400020 0400021 0400022 0400023 0400024 0400026 0400027 0400047 0400048 0400053 0400054 0400055 0400056 0400057 0400058 0400049 0400050 0400051 0400059 0400060 0400061 0400062 0400063 0400064 0400065 0400066 0400067 0400068 0400069 0400070 0400071 0400072 0400073 0400074 0400075 0400076 0400077 0400078 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

NAME a(2-3)Neuraminidase a(2-3,6)Neuraminidase a(2-3,6,8,9)Neuraminidase Aat II Acc I Acc III Acc65 I AccB7 I Acetylcholinesterase Acylase 001 Acylase I Age I Alcalase CLEA Alkaline Phosphatase, Calf Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase, Calf Intestinal (HC) Alu I Alw26 I Alw44 I Amidase 001 AMV Reverse Transcriptase AMV Reverse Transcriptase (HC) a-Amylase a-Amylase (100‘000 SKBU/g) a-Amylase (70‘000 U/g) Amylase FL Amylase Thermo Amylase TXL Amyloglucosidase Antitrypsin Apa I Apa I (HC) Apirase Ava I Ava II Bal I Bal I BamH I BamH I (HC) Ban I Ban II Bbu I Bbu I (HC) Bcl I Bcl I (HC) TEL

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0400136 0400138 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

NAME BenchTop 1kb DNA Ladder BenchTop PCR Markers BenchTop pGEM DNA Markers BenchTop PhiX174 DNA/Hae III Markers Bgl I Bgl I (HC) Bgl II Bgl II (HC) Blue/Orange Loading Dye, 6X Bovine Serum Albumin, Acetylated Bromelain 80 GDU Bromelain 600 GDU Bromelain 1‘200 GDU Bromelain 2‘000 GDU Bromelain 2‘500 GDU BsaM I (Bacillus stearothermophilus) Bsp1286 I BsrS I BssH II Bst98 I BstE II BstO I BstX I BstZ I Bsu36 I Butyrylcholine Esterase CaspACE FITC-VAD-FMK In Situ Marker Cellulase (3‘000 U/g) Cellulase (15‘000 CU/g) Cellulase (120‘000 CU/g) Cellulase TXL Cfo I Chitinase Chitinase 001 Cholesterol Esterase Cholesterol Esterase 25°C Chymotrypsin CIAP Buffer Pack Cla I Collagenase 4-CORE Buffer Pack (Buffers A, B, C and D), 1ml ea Creatinase Csp I TEL

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E.C.Nr. 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.4.22.32 3.4.22.32 3.4.22.32 3.4.22.32 3.4.22.32 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.1.8 3.1.21.4 3.2.1.4 3.2.1.4 3.2.1.4 3.2.1.4 3.1.21.4 3.2.1.14 3.2.1.14 3.1.1.13 3.1.1.13 3.4.21.1 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.4.24.3 3.1.21.4

9026-00-0 9026-00-0

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CODE 0400079 0400080 0400081 0400082 0400085 0400086 0400087 0400088 0400089 0400090 0400096 0400095 0400092 0400093 0400094 0400097 0400098 0400099 0400100 0400101 0400102 0400103 0400105 0400106 0400107 0400108 0400110 0400115 0400114 0400113 0400116 0400118 0400119 0400120 0400123 0400125 0400502 0400133 0400134 0400135 0400015

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enzymes

CODE 0400139 0400144 0400145 0400146 0400148 0400154 0400006 0400008 0400007 0400010 0400011 0400014 0400016 0400013 0400158 0400159 0400160 0400162 0400163 0400164 0400165 0400167 0400168 0400169 0400170 0400171 0400172 0400173 0400174 0400175 0400176 0400178 0400179 0400180 0400181 0400182 0400183 0400184 0400185 0400186 0400187 0400188 0400189 0400190 0400191 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

NAME Csp45 I dATP dCTP Dde I Dextranase 3F dGTP 100bp DNA Ladder 10bp DNA Step Ladder 100bp DNA Step Ladder 1kb DNA Ladder 1kb DNA Step Ladder 25bp DNA Step Ladder 50bp DNA Step Ladder 200bp DNA Step Ladder DNA Polymerase I DNA Polymerase I Large (Klenow) Fragment Mini Kit dNTP Mix Dpn I Dra I dTTP dUTP EclHK I Eco47 III Eco52 I EcoICR I EcoICR I (HC) EcoR I EcoR I (HC) EcoR V EcoR V (HC) Elastase Endo F Sampler Kit Endoglycosidase F1 Endoglycosidase F2 Endoglycosidase F3 Enterokinase Esterase 001 Esterase 002 Esterase 002 - CLEA Esterase 003 Esterase 004 Esterase 005 Esterase 006 Esterase 007 Esterase 008 TEL

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NAME Esterase 009 Esterase 010 Esterase EL-01 Esterase EL-09 Esterase EL-10 Esterase Kit Esterase PL Exonuclease III Ficin Fok I a-Galactosidase b-Glucoronidase b-Glucosaminidase b-Glucosidase GoTaq DNA Polymerase Glycopeptidase A O-Glycosidase Hae II Hae III Hae III (HC) Hemicellulase Hha I Hinc II Hinc II (HC) Hind III Hind III (HC) Hinf I Hinf I (HC) Hpa I Hpa II Hsp92 I Hsp92 II Hyaluronidase Hyaluronidase ImProm-II Reverse Transcriptase ImProm-II Reverse Transcription System Invertase I-Ppo I Keratanase Keratanase II Kpn I Kpn I (HC) Labeling 5X Buffer Lactase 150 GTU Lactase 250 GTU Lactase 1‘500 GTU TEL

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E.C.Nr. 3.1.1.1 3.1.1.1 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1 3.1.1.1 3.1.21.4 3.4.22.3 3.1.21.4 3.2.1.22 3.2.1.31 3.2.1.30 3.2.1.21 3.1.21.4 3.5.1.52 3.2.1.97 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.2.1.8 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.2.1.35 3.2.1.35 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.2.1.26 3.1.21.4 3.2.1.103 3.2.1.103 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.2.1.23 3.2.1.23 3.2.1.23 WEB

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CODE 0400192 0400193 0400194 0400195 0400196 0400197 0400198 0400199 0400200 0400201 0400052 0400083 0400444 0400084 0400211 0400210 0400346 0400212 0400213 0400214 0400218 0400219 0400220 0400221 0400222 0400223 0400224 0400225 0400226 0400227 0400228 0400229 0400231 0400503 0400233 0400234 0400235 0400236 0400238 0400239 0400240 0400241 0400243 0400250 0400252 0400251

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CODE 0400253 0400254 0400255 0400249 0400256 0400258 0400259 0400260 0400261 0400264 0400262 0400263 0400265 0400266 0400267 0400268 0400269 0400270 0400271 0400272 0400273 0400274 0400275 0400276 0400277 0400278 0400279 0400280 0400281 0400292 0400293 0400295 0400298 0400299 0400300 0400301 0400302 0400303 0400304 0400305 0400306 0400307 0400308 9025-38-1 0400324 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

NAME CAS-No Lactase 3‘000 GTU Lactase 65‘000 Lac U/g Lactase 85‘000 Lac U/g Lactase 100‘000 Lac U/g Lactase L Lambda DNA/EcoR I + Hind III Markers Lambda DNA/EcoR I Markers Lambda DNA/Hind III Markers Lipase (1‘000 FIP unit/g) Lipase (2‘000 FIP unit/g) Lipase (10‘000 FIP unit/g) Lipase (15‘000 FIP unit/g) Lipase (20‘000 unit/g) Lipase (80‘000 LU/g) Lipase 001 Lipase 002 Lipase 003 Lipase 004 Lipase 005 Lipase 006 Lipase FE-01 Lipase Kit Lipase LE-11 Lipase Lipozyme RM IM Lipase Lipozyme TL 100 L Lipase Lipozyme TL IM Lipase Novozym 388 Lipase Novozym 435 Lipase Novozym 735 Lysozyme Lysozyme HCl Maltase Mbo I Mbo II Mlu I M-MLV Reverse Transcriptase M-MLV Reverse Transcriptase, RNase H Minus M-MLV Reverse Transcriptase, RNase H Minus, Point Msp I Msp I (HC) MspA1 I MULTI-CORE Buffer Pack Mung Bean Nuclease Myrosinase 9025-38-1 Nae I TEL

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E.C.Nr. 3.2.1.23 3.2.1.23 3.2.1.23 3.2.1.23 3.2.1.23 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.1 3.1.1. 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.3 3.2.1.17 3.2.1.17 3.2.1.20 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.2.3.1 3.1.21.4 WEB

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CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

NAME Nae I Nar I Nci I Nco I Nde I Nde II Neuraminidase F NgoM IV Nhe I Nitrilase 001 Nitrilase 002 Nitrilase CDX202* Not I Not I (HC) Nru I Nsi I Pancreatin Pancreatin 1 Pancreatin 3 Pancreatin 4 Pancreatin 5 Pancreatin 6 Pancreatin 7 Pancreatin 8 Papain Papain (6‘000 USP/mg) PCR Core System I PCR Core System II PCR Markers PCR Master Mix Pectinase Pektinase L-40 Penicillin Acylase 001 Penicillin-Acylase Pepsin Peptidase Peptide Amidase 001 Peptide Amidase 002 Pfu DNA Polymerase pGEM DNA Markers pGEM-T Vector System I pGEM-T Vector System II phiX174 DNA/Hae III Markers phiX174 DNA/Hinf I Markers Phosphatase Alkaline Phytase TEL

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E.C.Nr. 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.2.1.18 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.5.5.1 3.5.5.1 3.5.5.1 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.4.23 3.4.23 3.4.23 3.4.23 3.4.23 3.4.23 3.4.23 3.4.23 3.4.22.2 3.4.22.2 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.2.1 3.2.1.15 3.5.1.11 3.5.1.11 3.4.4.1 3.4 3.5.1 3.5.1 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.3.1 3.1.3.26 WEB

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enzymes

CODE 0400325 0400326 0400328 0400329 0400330 0400331 0400333 0400334 0400335 0400337 0400338 0400339 0400341 0400343 0400344 0400345 0400348 0400350 0400351 0400352 0400354 0400355 0400356 0400357 0400359 0400360 0400361 0400362 0400363 0400364 0400365 0400366 0400367 0400368 0400369 0400370 0400371 0400372 0400373 0400374 0400375 0400376 0400377 0400378 0400379 0400381

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60 > 5. Enzymes

CODE 0400383 0400384 0400385 42613-33-2 0400386 0400387 0400388 0400389 0400390 0400391 0400392 0400393 0400394 0400395 0400398 0400400 0400401 0400402 0400403 0400404 0400406 0400407 0400408 0400409 0400410 0400411 0400413 0400414 0400415 0400416 0400417 0400418 0400419 0400420 0400421 0400423 0400424 0400425 0400426 0400428 0400429 0400430 0400431 0400432 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

NAME PNGase F Proline Specific Endopeptidase ProMega-Markers Lambda Ladders Protease Protease (100‘000 HUT/g) Protease (400‘000 HUT/g) Protease (500‘000 HUT/g) Protease A-01 Protease N-01 Protease S-02 Pst I Pst I (HC) Pvu I Pvu II Recombinant Exonuclease III Recombinant RNase A Recombinant RNase T1 Recombinant RNase T2 Recombinant, engineered Exonuclease LE Recombinant, engineered RNase TA Ribonuclease Ribonuclease H Riboprobe Combination System---SP6/T7 RNA Polymerase Riboprobe Combination System---T3/T7 RNA Polymerase RNA Markers RNase ONE Ribonuclease RQ1 RNase-Free DNase Rsa I Rsa I (HC) S1 Nuclease Sac I Sac I (HC) Sac II Sal I Sal I (HC) Sau3A I Sca I Sca I (HC) Serratiopeptidase Set of dATP, dCTP, dGTP, dTTP Set of dATP, dCTP, dGTP, dUTP Sfi I Sfi I (HC) Sgf I TEL

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E.C.Nr. 3.5.1.52 3.4.21.26 3.1.21.4 3.4.21.19 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.11.2 3.1.27.5 3.1.27.3 3.1.27.1 3.1.11.2 3.1.27.3 3.1.4.22 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4

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3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.4.24.40 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 WEB

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> 5. Enzymes 61

0400467 0400468 0400469 0400470 0400472 0400474 0400475 9002-07-7 0400477 0400478 0400479 0400480 0400481 0400483 0400485 0400486 0400487 CFM OSKAR TROPITZSCH 

NAME Sin I Sin I (HC) Single-Stranded DNA Binding Protein Sma I Sma I (HC) SnaB I SP6 RNA Polymerase SP6 RNA Polymerase (HC) Spe I Sph I Ssp I Ssp I (HC) Stu I Sty I T3 RNA Polymerase T3 RNA Polymerase (HC) T4 DNA Ligase T4 DNA Ligase (HC) T4 DNA Polymerase T4 Polynucleotide Kinase T4 RNA Ligase T7 RNA Polymerase T7 RNA Polymerase (HC) Tannase 001 Tannase A-02 Taq I Taq I (HC) Terminal Deoxynucleotidyl Transferase, Recombinant Terminal Transferase Buffer Pack Tfl DNA Polymerase Tli DNA Polymerase Topoisomerase I Tru9 I Trypsin (2‘500 USP-u/mg) Trypsin Chymotrypsin Trypsine Tth DNA Polymerase Tth111 I Turbo Nae I Turbo Nar I Urease Urease High Activity VectraZyme-Pep-Immobilized Pepsin Vsp I Xba I TEL

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E.C.Nr. 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.1.20 3.1.1.20 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.4.21.4 3.4.21.4 3.4.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.5.1.5 3.5.1.5 3.4.23.1 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4

9002-07-7

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CODE 0400433 0400434 0400435 0400436 0400437 0400438 0400440 0400441 0400442 0400443 0400445 0400446 0400447 0400448 0400452 0400453 0400454 0400455 0400456 0400457 0400458 0400459 0400460 0400461 0400462 0400463 0400464 0400466

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62 > 5. Enzymes

CODE 0400488 0400489 0400490 0400491 0400492 0400493

NAME Xba I (HC) Xho I Xho I (HC) Xho II Xma I Xmn I

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E.C.Nr. 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4 3.1.21.4

NAME Carbonic anhydrase Chondroitinase ABC Chondroitinase AC II Arthro Chondroitinase B 2‘-Deoxy-D-ribose 5-phosphate Aldolase (DERA) 001 Halohydrin dehalogenase HheA Halohydrin dehalogenase HheB Halohydrin dehalogenase HheC Neu5Ac Aldolase 001 Nitrile Hydratase 001 (R)-Oxynitrilase 001 (R)-Oxynitrilase 002 (R)-Oxynitrilase 002-CLEA (S)-Oxynitrilase 001 (S)-Oxynitrilase 001-CLEA Oxynitrilase Kit Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase Pyruvate Decarboxylase 001

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E.C.Nr. 4.2.1.1 4.2.2.4 4.2.2.5 4.2.2 4.1.2.4

NAME Mutarotase Triosephosphate isomerase

CAS-No

5.4. Lyases

enzymes

CODE 0400109 0400127 0400129 0400130 0400012 0400215 0400216 0400217 0400332 0400340 0400001 0400002 0400003 0400004w 0400005 0400347 0400380 0400396

4.5.1 4.5.1 4.5.1 4.1.3.3 4.2.1.84 4.1.2.37 4.1.2.10 4.1.2.10 4.1.2.37 4.1.2.10 4 4.1.1 4.1.1.1

9067-77-0

5.5. Isomerases CODE 0400309 0400471

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