O CH 3 O O H CH 3 H 3 C O O

Monascin

Article number:

5501224

CAS No.:

21516-68-7

Formula:

C21H26O5

Chemical description:

Monascin

Synonyms:

Monascusone B; Monascoflavin

Molecular weight:

358,46 g/mol g/mol

Monascin is a pigment isolated from Monascus pilosus fermented rice. Monascin has antineoplastic activity. Monascin also has been reported to be effective in regulating blood sugar levels, in reducing hyperglycemia, and in reducing the inflammation of the liver and the kidney.

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