Chaetoglobosin A

SKU
C-2397
  • CAS:50335-03-0
  • Formula:C32H36N2O5
  • MW:528.7
  • Appearance:Yellow solid
  • Purity:≥98% (HPLC)
Product Name Qty
Chaetoglobosin A
5 mg
$432.85
Chaetoglobosin A
1 mg
$108.21

Chaetoglobosin A is isolated from Chaetomium sp. 

Chaetoglobosin A is a mycotoxic cytochalasin. It was found to inhibit nematode proliferation and egg hatching. It also causes mortality of second stage juveniles of Meloidogyne incognita. Many of chaetoglobosins show acute toxicity to mammals, as well as cytotoxicity to human cancer cell lines such as KB, K562, MCF-7, and HepG2. 

The main fungi producing Chaetoglobosins are:

-Cladosporium, in particular Stenocarpella(or Diplodia) macrospora and Stenocarpella(or Diplodia) maydis. These fungi can also produce diplodiatoxin whose neurotoxicity may associate to that of chaetoglobosins (Wicklow, 2011).

-Calonectria morganii(especially on plants)

-Chaetomium globosum, commonly found in water-damaged walls and causes Sick Building Syndrome(SBS).

 

More Information
Alternate Name/Synonyms
NSC366739; BRN1097707
SKU
C-2397
CAS #
50335-03-0
Chemical Formula
C32H36N2O5
Molecular Weight
528.7
Appearance
Yellow solid
Purity
≥98% (HPLC)
Solubility
Soluble in methanol; almost insoluble in water
Storage Temp
-20°C
Certificate of Analysis 1
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