Product: Amygdalin
Catalog Number: 17336
CAS Number: 29883-15-6
Synonyms: D-Mandelonitrile-β-gentiobioside;
Laetrile
Pricing:
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Formula: C20H27NO11
Chemical Purity: >97%
Molecular Weight: 457.43
Structure: Amygdalin
Appearance: Beige powder
Category: Anti-cancer compounds
Stability: Stable under recommended storage conditions.
Storage:

Keep container tightly closed in a dry and well-ventilated place. Store under inert gas, hygroscopic

Transportation:

Non-hazardous for transport

Literature References:

E.E. Conn Int. Rev. Biochem. (Biochemistry of Nutrition 1A, A. Neuberger, T.H. Jukes, eds. Baltimore 27, 21, (1979); Syrigos, K.N., et al., In vitro cytotoxicity following specific activation of amygdalin by β-glucosidase conjugated to a bladder cancer-associated monoclonal antibody. Int. J. Cancer 78, 712-719, (1998); Moertel, C.G., et al., A clinical trial of amygdalin (Laetrile) in the treatment of human cancer. New Engl. J. Med. 306, 201-206, (1982); Chitnis, M.P., et al. , Studies on high-dose chemotherapy of amygdalin in murine P388 lymphocytic leukaemia and P815 mast cell leukaemia. J. Cancer Res. Clin. Oncol. 109, 208-209, (1985); Merck 14,597; Beil. 17,V,8,118

Description:

Cyanogenic glycoside that is a component of bitter almonds and apricot pits. There is no scientific evidence that amygdalin itself is an effective anti-cancer agent. Recent studies using β−glucoside linked to a tumor-associated monoclonal antibody to release cyanide at the tumor cell has shown significant cytotoxicity