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  • 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.

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  • Celastrol is a chemical compound isolated from the root extracts of Tripterygium wilfordii and Celastrus regelii.

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  • 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.

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  • Cerulenin: an antifungal antibiotic, fatty acids and sterols biosynthesis inhibitor.

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  • A fungal metabolite which inhibits G9a histone methyltransferase.

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  • Antibiotic agent.

    Phytotoxin. Cytochalasin analog

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  • Chelerythrine: A benzophenanthridine alkaloid. A potent, selective, and cell-permeable PKC inhibitor.Chelerythrine is very closely related to sanguinarine.

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  • Chromomycin A3 is a glycosidic antibiotic.

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  • Citreoviridin is a neurotoxic mycotoxin from Penicillium citeoviride, Penicillium toxicarium, Penicillium ochrosalmoneum, Penicillium ochrosalmoneum, Aspergillus terreus, and several other related

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  • Citrinin is a mycotoxin capable of inducing mitochondrial permeability transition. Citrinin also inhibits microtubule polymerization

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  • Macrolide type antibiotic, ATPase inhibitor, having antiproliferative, antifungal and antimalarial effects.

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  • Adenosine analog which occurs naturally in Cordyceps militaris, a mushroom known in traditional medicine.

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  • Curvularin, an antibiotic from penicillium fungus, when added to cattle feed, may promote growth and increase feed efficiency.

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  • Cyclopamine is a natural steroidal jerveratrum alkaloide. Cyclopamine is named after its ability to cause cyclopia(holoprosencephaly) in unborn sheep.

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  • An indole tetramic acid

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  • 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

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  • Mycotoxin capable of interfering microfilament formation.

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  • A fungal metabolite that acts as a potent inhibitor of actin filament and contractile microfilaments.

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  • 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.

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  • Inhibitor of actin polymerization in blood platelets. It does not inhibit glucose transport.

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