Alkaloid extracted from an australian legume. Potent inhibitor of α- and β-glucosidase activity in fibroblast extracts; inhibits the glycoprotein processing cycle. Exhibits antiviral properties.
Celastrol is a chemical compound isolated from the root extracts of Tripterygium wilfordii and Celastrus regelii.
Cercosporin is a light-induced polyketide phytotoxin reported to produce singlet oxygen when photoactivated. Acts as a potent and specific PKC inhibitor. Competes for the phorbol binding site.
Cerulenin: an antifungal antibiotic, fatty acids and sterols biosynthesis inhibitor.
A fungal metabolite which inhibits G9a histone methyltransferase.
Phytotoxin. Cytochalasin analog
Chelerythrine: A benzophenanthridine alkaloid. A potent, selective, and cell-permeable PKC inhibitor.Chelerythrine is very closely related to sanguinarine.
Chromomycin A3 is a glycosidic antibiotic.
Citreoviridin is a neurotoxic mycotoxin from Penicillium citeoviride, Penicillium toxicarium, Penicillium ochrosalmoneum, Penicillium ochrosalmoneum, Aspergillus terreus, and several other related
Citrinin is a mycotoxin capable of inducing mitochondrial permeability transition. Citrinin also inhibits microtubule polymerization
Macrolide type antibiotic, ATPase inhibitor, having antiproliferative, antifungal and antimalarial effects.
Adenosine analog which occurs naturally in Cordyceps militaris, a mushroom known in traditional medicine.
Curvularin, an antibiotic from penicillium fungus, when added to cattle feed, may promote growth and increase feed efficiency.
Cyclopamine is a natural steroidal jerveratrum alkaloide. Cyclopamine is named after its ability to cause cyclopia(holoprosencephaly) in unborn sheep.
An indole tetramic acid
Cytochalasin A is a fungal toxin which inhibits glucose transport, actine polymerization and blocks the formation of microtubuli. Inhibits cell division. Inhibits HIV-1 protease
Mycotoxin capable of interfering microfilament formation.
A fungal metabolite that acts as a potent inhibitor of actin filament and contractile microfilaments.
Cytochalasin D is a cell permeable mycotoxin, which causes both the association and dissociation of actin subunits. Cytochalasin D disrupts actin filaments and inhibits actin polymerization.
Inhibitor of actin polymerization in blood platelets. It does not inhibit glucose transport.