KEGG   COMPOUND: C11577
Entry
C11577                      Compound                               

Name
3-Methylgalangin;
5,7-Dihydroxy-3-methoxy-2-phenyl-4H-1-benzopyran-4-one
Formula
C16H12O5
Exact mass
284.0685
Mol weight
284.2635
Structure
Brite
Phytochemical compounds [BR:br08003]
 Flavonoids
  Flavonoids
   Flavonols
    C11577  3-Methylgalangin
Other DBs
PubChem: 13742
ChEBI: 1602
ChEMBL: CHEMBL1822221
KNApSAcK: C00004534
NIKKAJI: J930J
KCF data

ATOM        21
            1   C8y C    24.3814  -19.2071
            2   C8x C    24.3814  -20.6088
            3   C8y C    25.5990  -21.3061
            4   C8x C    25.5990  -18.5027
            5   C8y C    26.8097  -19.2071
            6   C8y C    26.8038  -20.6088
            7   C8y C    28.0156  -21.3112
            8   C8y C    29.2263  -20.6191
            9   C8y C    29.2324  -19.2174
            10  O2x O    28.0276  -18.5078
            11  C8y C    30.4387  -18.5027
            12  C8x C    31.6583  -19.1948
            13  C8x C    32.8647  -18.4799
            14  C8x C    32.8517  -17.0806
            15  C8x C    31.6321  -16.3957
            16  C8x C    30.4256  -17.1033
            17  O5x O    28.0018  -22.7076
            18  O1a O    25.5859  -22.7076
            19  O1a O    23.1669  -18.5022
            20  O2a O    30.4309  -21.3217
            21  C1a C    31.6417  -20.6294
BOND        23
            1     2   3 2
            2     3   6 1
            3     5   4 1
            4     4   1 2
            5    11  12 2
            6    12  13 1
            7    13  14 2
            8    14  15 1
            9    15  16 2
            10   16  11 1
            11    5   6 2
            12    7  17 2
            13    6   7 1
            14    3  18 1
            15    7   8 1
            16    8   9 2
            17    9  10 1
            18   10   5 1
            19    1  19 1
            20    9  11 1
            21    8  20 1
            22    1   2 1
            23   20  21 1

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