CHEBI:69336 - 8-epihelenalin

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ChEBI Name 8-epihelenalin
Definition A sesquiterpene lactone that is the C-8 epimer of helenalin. Isolated from the aerial parts of Inula hupehensis, it exhibits anti-inflammatory activity.
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Formula C15H18O4
Net Charge 0
Average Mass 262.30100
Monoisotopic Mass 262.12051
InChI InChI=1S/C15H18O4/c1-7-6-10-12(8(2)14(18)19-10)13(17)15(3)9(7)4-5-11(15)16/h4-5,7,9-10,12-13,17H,2,6H2,1,3H3/t7-,9+,10+,12-,13+,15+/m1/s1
SMILES C[C@@H]1C[C@@H]2OC(=O)C(=C)[C@H]2[C@H](O)[C@@]2(C)[C@H]1C=CC2=O
Metabolite of Species Details
Inula hupehensis (IPNI:225932-1) Found in aerial part (BTO:0001658). 95% aqueous EtOH extract of dried and powdered aerial parts See: PubMed
Roles Classification
Biological Role(s): plant metabolite
Any eukaryotic metabolite produced during a metabolic reaction in plants, the kingdom that include flowering plants, conifers and other gymnosperms.
Any intermediate or product resulting from metabolism. The term 'metabolite' subsumes the classes commonly known as primary and secondary metabolites.
Application(s): anti-inflammatory agent
Any compound that has anti-inflammatory effects.
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Outgoing 8-epihelenalin (CHEBI:69336) has role anti-inflammatory agent (CHEBI:67079)
8-epihelenalin (CHEBI:69336) has role metabolite (CHEBI:25212)
8-epihelenalin (CHEBI:69336) has role plant metabolite (CHEBI:76924)
8-epihelenalin (CHEBI:69336) is a γ-lactone (CHEBI:37581)
8-epihelenalin (CHEBI:69336) is a cyclic ketone (CHEBI:3992)
8-epihelenalin (CHEBI:69336) is a organic heterotricyclic compound (CHEBI:26979)
8-epihelenalin (CHEBI:69336) is a secondary alcohol (CHEBI:35681)
8-epihelenalin (CHEBI:69336) is a sesquiterpene lactone (CHEBI:37667)
Registry Number Type Source
1291189 Reaxys Registry Number Reaxys
Citation Waiting for Citations Type Source
21894898 PubMed citation Europe PMC
Last Modified
16 December 2013