Toringin

Bioactivity Toringin, a bioflavonoid, is isolated from the bark of Docyniopsis tschonoski. Toringin progressively decreases not only the cis-effect of the expanded CTG repeats but cytotoxicity as well. Exposure to isosakuranetin, Toringin rescues PC12 neuronal cells. Flavonoids are efficacious for ameliorating the RNA gain of function caused by expanded CTG repeats, and have various biological activities and beneficial actions against cancers, coronary heart disease, among other pathologies[1].
Name Toringin
CAS 1329-10-8
Formula C21H20O9
Molar Mass 416.38
Transport Room temperature in continental US; may vary elsewhere.
Storage
Powder -20°C 3 years
In solvent -80°C 6 months
-20°C 1 month

Toringin, a bioflavonoid, is isolated from the bark of Docyniopsis tschonoski. Toringin progressively decreases not only the cis-effect of the expanded CTG repeats but cytotoxicity as well. Exposure to isosakuranetin, Toringin rescues PC12 neuronal cells. Flavonoids are efficacious for ameliorating the RNA gain of function caused by expanded CTG repeats, and have various biological activities and beneficial actions against cancers, coronary heart disease, among other pathologies.

 

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