CHEBI:74926 - patulin

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ChEBI Name patulin
ChEBI ID CHEBI:74926
Definition A furopyran and lactone that is 2H-pyran-3(6H)-ylidene)acetic acid which is syubstituted by hydroxy groups at positions 2 and 4 and in which the hydroxy group at position 4 has condensed with the carboxy group to give the corresponding bicyclic lactone. A mycotoxin produced by several species of Aspergillus and Penicillium, it has antibiotic properties but has been shown to be carcinogenic and mutagenic.
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Formula C7H6O4
Net Charge 0
Average Mass 154.12010
InChI InChI=1S/C7H6O4/c8-6-3-4-5(11-6)1-2-10-7(4)9/h1,3,7,9H,2H2
InChIKey ZRWPUFFVAOMMNM-UHFFFAOYSA-N
SMILES OC1OCC=C2OC(=O)C=C12
Roles Classification
Biological Role(s): Penicillium metabolite
Any fungal metabolite produced during a metabolic reaction in Penicillium.
antibiotic
A substance that is biostatic or biocidal at low concentrations towards bacteria, yeasts, moulds, or other form of life, especially pathogenic or noxious organisms. Although the term was originally restricted to substances produced by microorganisms, its use was later expanded to include derivatives of such substances and it is now commonly used to include entirely synthetic compounds.
mycotoxin
Poisonous substance produced by fungi.
carcinogenic agent
A role played by a chemical compound which is known to induce a process of carcinogenesis by corrupting normal cellular pathways, leading to the acquistion of tumoral capabilities.
mutagen
An agent that increases the frequency of mutations above the normal background level, usually by interacting directly with DNA and causing it damage, including base substitution.
Aspergillus metabolite
Any fungal metabolite produced during a metabolic reaction in the mould, Aspergillus .
Application(s): antibiotic
A substance that is biostatic or biocidal at low concentrations towards bacteria, yeasts, moulds, or other form of life, especially pathogenic or noxious organisms. Although the term was originally restricted to substances produced by microorganisms, its use was later expanded to include derivatives of such substances and it is now commonly used to include entirely synthetic compounds.
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Outgoing patulin (CHEBI:74926) has role Aspergillus metabolite (CHEBI:76956)
patulin (CHEBI:74926) has role Penicillium metabolite (CHEBI:76964)
patulin (CHEBI:74926) has role antibiotic (CHEBI:22582)
patulin (CHEBI:74926) has role carcinogenic agent (CHEBI:50903)
patulin (CHEBI:74926) has role mutagen (CHEBI:25435)
patulin (CHEBI:74926) has role mycotoxin (CHEBI:25442)
patulin (CHEBI:74926) is a γ-lactone (CHEBI:37581)
patulin (CHEBI:74926) is a furopyran (CHEBI:74927)
patulin (CHEBI:74926) is a lactol (CHEBI:38131)
IUPAC Name
4-hydroxy-4H-furo[3,2-c]pyran-2(6H)-one
Synonyms Sources
(2,4-dihydroxy-2H-pyran-3(6H)-ylidene)acetic acid, 3,4-lactone ChemIDplus
(2,4-dihydroxy-2H-pyran-3(6H)-ylidene)acetic acid-3,4-lactone ChemIDplus
4,6-dihydro-4-hydroxy-2H-furo(3,2-c)pyran-2-one ChemIDplus
clavacin ChemIDplus
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claviform ChemIDplus
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expansin ChemIDplus
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mycoine C3 ChemIDplus
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patuline ChemIDplus
Database Links Databases
C00024000 KNApSAcK
C16748 KEGG COMPOUND
HMDB34299 HMDB
Patulin Wikipedia
US2417584 Patent
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Registry Numbers Types Sources
149-29-1 CAS Registry Number KEGG COMPOUND
149-29-1 CAS Registry Number ChemIDplus
149675 Reaxys Registry Number Reaxys
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Last Modified
01 October 2014