Phosphoramidon

Not to be confused with phosphamidon.
Phosphoramidon
Identifiers
CAS number 36357-77-4 YesY
PubChem 445114
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Properties
Molecular formula C23H34N3O10P
Molar mass 543.50 g mol−1
Appearance White to slightly yellow solid
Solubility in water Soluble as sodium salt[1]
Solubility in DMSO and methanol Soluble as sodium salt[1]
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Except where noted otherwise, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C, 100 kPa)
Infobox references

Phosphoramidon is a chemical compound derived from cultures of Streptomyces tanashiensis. It is an inhibitor of the enzyme thermolysin,[2] a membrane metallo-endopeptidase inhibitor,[3] and an endothelin converting enzyme inhibitor.[3] Chemically, talopeptin differs from its closely related peptidase inhibitor talopeptin by a single stereocenter.

Because of its enzyme inhibitory properties, phosphoramidon is widely used as a biochemical tool.

References

External links

  • The Phosphoramidon
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