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Aristolochic acid sodium salt  (Synonyms: Aristolochic acid I sodium; TR 1736 sodium; Sodium aristolochate)

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Aristolochic acid sodium salt (Sodium aristolate 1) is a component of some Chinese herbal medicines and is responsible for nephrotoxicity. It is a proagent that is activated by reduction of nitro groups to amines, resulting in the formation of cytotoxic DNA adducts.

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Aristolochic acid sodium salt Chemical Structure

Aristolochic acid sodium salt Chemical Structure

CAS No. : 10190-99-5

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Description

Aristolochic acid sodium salt (Sodium aristolate 1) is a component of some Chinese herbal medicines and is responsible for nephrotoxicity. It is a proagent that is activated by reduction of nitro groups to amines, resulting in the formation of cytotoxic DNA adducts.

Molecular Weight

363.25

Formula

C17H10NNaO7

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SMILES

O=C(O[Na])C1=CC2=C(OCO2)C3=C4C(C(OC)=CC=C4)=CC([N+]([O-])=O)=C31

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