KEGG   COMPOUND: C16344
Entry
C16344                      Compound                               

Name
Norlinolenic acid;
(8Z,11Z,14Z)-Heptadecatrienoic acid;
(8Z,11Z,14Z)-8,11,14-Heptadecatrienoic acid;
8Z,11Z,14Z-Heptadecatrienoic acid;
(8Z,11Z,14Z)-Heptadeca-8,11,14-trienoic acid
Formula
C17H28O2
Exact mass
264.2089
Mol weight
264.403
Structure
Pathway
map00592  alpha-Linolenic acid metabolism
Brite
Lipids [BR:br08002]
 FA  Fatty acyls
  FA01 Fatty Acids and Conjugates
   FA0103 Unsaturated fatty acids
    Polyunsaturated fatty acids
     C16344  (8Z,11Z,14Z)-Heptadeca-8,11,14-trienoic acid
Other DBs
PubChem: 47205652
ChEBI: 76235
NIKKAJI: J1.663.817J
KCF data

ATOM        19
            1   C1b C    31.8796  -24.5384
            2   C2b C    33.0681  -25.2375
            3   C1b C    30.6912  -25.2375
            4   C1b C    29.4328  -24.5384
            5   C1b C    28.2443  -25.2375
            6   C1b C    27.0558  -24.5384
            7   C1b C    25.7975  -25.2375
            8   C6a C    24.6090  -24.5384
            9   O6a O    23.4205  -25.2375
            10  O6a O    24.6090  -23.1402
            11  C2b C    34.4663  -25.2375
            12  C1b C    35.6548  -24.5384
            13  C2b C    36.9131  -25.2375
            14  C2b C    38.3113  -25.2375
            15  C1b C    39.5697  -24.5384
            16  C2b C    40.7582  -25.2375
            17  C2b C    42.1564  -25.2375
            18  C1b C    43.3448  -24.5384
            19  C1a C    44.6032  -25.2375
BOND        18
            1     1   2 1
            2     1   3 1
            3     3   4 1
            4     4   5 1
            5     5   6 1
            6     6   7 1
            7     7   8 1
            8     8   9 1
            9     8  10 2
            10    2  11 2
            11   11  12 1
            12   12  13 1
            13   13  14 2
            14   14  15 1
            15   15  16 1
            16   16  17 2
            17   17  18 1
            18   18  19 1

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