O NH O O O O O OH

Cytochalasin E

Article number:

5500933

CAS No.:

36011-19-5

Formula:

C28H33NO7

Molecular weight:

495,58 g/mol

Cytochalasin E is an inhibitor of actin polymerization in blood platelets, inhibits angiogenesis and tumor growth. Unlike cytochalasins A and B, it does not inhibit glucose transport. Cytochalasin E belongs the th group of Cytochalasin mycotoxins. Origin: Aspergillus clavatus

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