Clear colorless solution at 10 mg/ml Methanol or DMSO
Names and identifiers:
IUPAC Name (3β,4α,7α,12ξ)-3,4,7,15-Tetrahydroxy-12,13-epoxytrichothec-9-en-8-one
Nivalenol is a type - B trichothecene mycotoxin produced by various Fusarium species, such as Fusarium cerealis, Fusarium graminearum, Fusarium nivale. Besides the natural toxin produced directly by molds, Nivalenol may be also formed by higher plants and by mammals, as a product of biodegradation of other, related thrichothecenes.
Dichloromethane, DMSO, Methanol. Slightly soluble in water
Chemical class: Trichothecene mycotoxin
Store in a freezer upon arrival, at -10°C to -25°C
Use the original container to store the product.
Keep the lid tightly closed.
trichocethenes are thermostable compounds and are not destroyed in boiling.
Nivalenol (0.01 mg/ml) induces apoptosis in HL60 cells (Ueno et al., 1995). Nivalenol was shown to inhibit protein synthesis in rabbit reticulocytes in vitro. Nivalenol inhibited the synthesis of nucleic acids in vitro.
For Research use only
Not for Human or Drug use
Not extracted from humans or animals
Refer to MSDS for further safety and handling instructions