CHEBI:136403 - senecivernine N-oxide

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ChEBI Name senecivernine N-oxide
ChEBI ASCII Name senecivernine N-oxide
Definition A pyrrolizine alkaloid that is produced by a hybrid species of Jacobaea.
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Formula C18H25NO6
Net Charge 0
Average Mass 351.395
Monoisotopic Mass 351.16819
InChI InChI=1S/C18H25NO6/c1-10-11(2)16(20)25-14-6-8-19(23)7-5-13(15(14)19)9-24-17(21)18(4,22)12(10)3/h5,10,12,14-15,22H,2,6-9H2,1,3-4H3/t10-,12+,14+,15+,18+,19?/m0/s1
SMILES [C@@]12([N+]3(CC[C@H]1OC(C([C@@H]([C@@H](C)[C@@](C(OCC2=CC3)=O)(C)O)C)=C)=O)[O-])[H]
Metabolite of Species Details
Jacobaea (NCBI:txid405757) Found in leaf (BTO:0000713). See: MetaboLights Study
Jacobaea (NCBI:txid405757) Found in leaf (BTO:0000713). See: DOI
Roles Classification
Biological Role(s): Jacobaea metabolite
Any plant metabolite that is produced by the genus Jacobaea.
Any intermediate or product resulting from metabolism. The term 'metabolite' subsumes the classes commonly known as primary and secondary metabolites.
(via alkaloid )
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Outgoing senecivernine N-oxide (CHEBI:136403) has functional parent Senecivernine (CHEBI:9109)
senecivernine N-oxide (CHEBI:136403) has role Jacobaea metabolite (CHEBI:139566)
senecivernine N-oxide (CHEBI:136403) is a macrocyclic lactone (CHEBI:63944)
senecivernine N-oxide (CHEBI:136403) is a olefinic compound (CHEBI:78840)
senecivernine N-oxide (CHEBI:136403) is a organic heterotricyclic compound (CHEBI:26979)
senecivernine N-oxide (CHEBI:136403) is a pyrrolizine alkaloid (CHEBI:38521)
senecivernine N-oxide (CHEBI:136403) is a tertiary alcohol (CHEBI:26878)
senecivernine N-oxide (CHEBI:136403) is a tertiary amine oxide (CHEBI:134363)
Synonyms Sources
(14α)-12-hydroxy-14-methyl-21-norsenecionan-11,16-dione 4-oxide ChEBI
senecivernine oxide ChEBI
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01 February 2018