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- Linamarin is a cyanogenic glucoside found in the leaves and roots of plants such as c****ava, lima beans, and flax. It is a glucoside of acetone cyanohydrin...
- factors. Of particular concern are the cyanogenic glucosides of c****ava (linamarin and lotaustralin). On hydrolysis, these release hydrocyanic acid (HCN)...
- In enzymology, a linamarin synthase (EC 2.4.1.63) is an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction UDP-glucose + 2-hydroxy-2-methylpropanenitrile ⇌ {\displaystyle...
- first isolated), barley, flax, white clover, and c****ava, which produces linamarin and lotaustralin. Amygdalin and a synthetic derivative, laetrile, were...
- The root of the green-branched variant requires treatment to remove linamarin, a cyanogenic glycoside occurring naturally in the plant, which otherwise...
- structurally related to linamarin, the acetone cyanohydrin glucoside also found in these plants. Both lotaustralin and linamarin may be hydrolyzed by the...
- M; Rosling, H (1997). "Geographical and seasonal ****ociation between linamarin and cyanide exposure from c****ava and the upper motor neurone disease...
- Delphinine Divicine Djenkolic acid Falcarinol Gossypol Helenalin Ledol Linamarin Lotaustralin Mimosine Oenanthotoxin Oleandrin Persin Protoanemonin Pseudaconitine...
- Delphinine Divicine Djenkolic acid Falcarinol Gossypol Helenalin Ledol Linamarin Lotaustralin Mimosine Oenanthotoxin Oleandrin Persin Protoanemonin Pseudaconitine...
- uses authors parameter (link) Cereda, M. P.; Mattos, M. C. Y. (1996). "Linamarin: the Toxic Compound of C****ava". Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins...
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