KEGG   COMPOUND: C18169
Entry
C18169                      Compound                               

Name
Diacylglyceryl-N,N,N-trimethylhomoserine;
DGTS
Formula
C12H19NO7R2
Structure
Comment
Generic compound in reaction hierarchy
Reaction
Pathway
map00564  Glycerophospholipid metabolism
Brite
Lipids [BR:br08002]
 GL  Glycerolipids
  GL00 Other Glycerolipids
   C18169  Diacylglyceryl-N,N,N-trimethylhomoserine
Other DBs
PubChem: 96024385
ChEBI: 81558
KCF data

ATOM        22
            1   O2a O    35.1133  -28.0939
            2   C1b C    33.8213  -28.0939
            3   C1c C    33.8100  -26.3048
            4   O7a O    32.2895  -26.3333
            5   C1b C    33.8213  -24.6298
            6   C7a C    30.9918  -26.3333
            7   O7a O    35.1133  -24.6298
            8   O6a O    30.9804  -24.8986
            9   R   R    29.6999  -26.3333
            10  C7a C    36.4052  -24.6298
            11  O6a O    36.3994  -23.2009
            12  R   R    37.7027  -24.6298
            13  C1b C    36.3524  -28.7700
            14  C1b C    37.5649  -28.0700
            15  C1c C    38.7773  -28.7700
            16  C6a C    39.9897  -28.0700
            17  O6a O    41.2022  -28.7700 #-
            18  N1d N    38.7773  -30.1700 #+
            19  O6a O    39.9897  -26.6701
            20  C1a C    37.4250  -30.5323
            21  C1a C    38.7773  -31.5700
            22  C1a C    40.3173  -30.5900
BOND        21
            1     1   2 1
            2     2   3 1
            3     3   4 1
            4     3   5 1
            5     4   6 1
            6     5   7 1
            7     6   8 2
            8     6   9 1
            9     7  10 1
            10   10  11 2
            11   10  12 1
            12    1  13 1
            13   13  14 1
            14   14  15 1
            15   15  16 1
            16   16  17 1
            17   15  18 1
            18   16  19 2
            19   18  20 1
            20   18  21 1
            21   18  22 1

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