Identification

PhytoHub ID
PHUB000184
Name
Phaseoloside D
Systematic Name
Not Available
Synonyms
Not Available
CAS Number
Not Available
Average Mass
1381.516
Monoisotopic Mass
1380.656156569
Chemical Formula
C65H104O31
IUPAC Name
phaseoloside D
InChI Key
CVMFAOXHGIFMQV-BVXNWBLKSA-N
InChI Identifier
InChI=1S/C65H104O31/c1-25-35(70)39(74)43(78)54(87-25)86-23-31-38(73)41(76)52(96-55-44(79)40(75)37(72)29(20-66)88-55)59(90-31)92-48-30(21-67)89-56(45(80)42(48)77)95-51-36(71)28(69)22-85-58(51)93-49-46(81)50(53(83)84)94-57(47(49)82)91-34-12-13-62(5)32(63(34,6)24-68)11-14-65(8)33(62)10-9-26-27-19-60(2,3)15-16-61(27,4)17-18-64(26,65)7/h9,17-18,25,27-52,54-59,66-82H,10-16,19-24H2,1-8H3,(H,83,84)/t25-,27-,28-,29+,30+,31+,32+,33+,34-,35-,36-,37-,38+,39+,40-,41-,42+,43+,44+,45+,46-,47+,48-,49-,50-,51+,52+,54+,55-,56-,57+,58-,59-,61+,62-,63+,64+,65+/m0/s1
SMILES
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Structure

Calculated Properties

Solubility (ALOGPS)
1.88e+00 g/l
LogS (ALOGPS)
-2.87
LogP (ALOGPS)
0.39
Hydrogen Acceptors
31
Hydrogen Donors
18
Rotatable Bond Count
17
Polar Surface Area
491.9700000000002
Refractivity
321.63959999999986
Polarizability
143.90605977185194
Formal Charge
0
Physiological Charge
-1
pKa (strongest basic)
-3.6855192304481084
pKa (strongest acidic)
3.3483467634822572
Number of Rings
11
Rule of Five
No
Bioavailability
No
Ghose Filter
No
Veber's Rule
No
MDDR-like Rule
Yes

Taxonomy as Precursor

Family
Terpenoids
Class
Triterpenoids
Sub-class
Saponins

Classyfire Taxonomy

Kingdom Name
Organic compounds
Class
Prenol lipids
Super-class
Lipids and lipid-like molecules
Sub-class
Terpene glycosides
Direct Parent Name
Diterpene glycosides
Alternative Parent Names
["Acetals", "Beta hydroxy acids and derivatives", "Carbonyl compounds", "Carboxylic acids", "Diterpenoids", "Hydrocarbon derivatives", "Monocarboxylic acids and derivatives", "O-glucuronides", "O-glycosyl compounds", "Oligosaccharides", "Organic oxides", "Oxacyclic compounds", "Oxanes", "Polyols", "Primary alcohols", "Pyrans", "Secondary alcohols", "Steroids and steroid derivatives"]
External Descriptor Annotations
["Triterpenoids (C30)", "diterpene glycoside"]
Substituent Names
["1-o-glucuronide", "Acetal", "Alcohol", "Aliphatic heteropolycyclic compound", "Beta-hydroxy acid", "Carbonyl group", "Carboxylic acid", "Carboxylic acid derivative", "Diterpene glycoside", "Diterpenoid", "Glucuronic acid or derivatives", "Glycosyl compound", "Hydrocarbon derivative", "Hydroxy acid", "Monocarboxylic acid or derivatives", "O-glucuronide", "O-glycosyl compound", "Oligosaccharide", "Organic oxide", "Organic oxygen compound", "Organoheterocyclic compound", "Organooxygen compound", "Oxacycle", "Oxane", "Polyol", "Primary alcohol", "Pyran", "Secondary alcohol", "Steroid"]

Spectra

No spectra information available

Food Sources

NameGroup
Common beanPulses and beans PublicationsShow

Food Sources of its Precursor(s)

No food source information available of its precursor(s)

Metabolism

No metabolism information available

Inter-Individual Variations Metabolism

No inter-individual variations available

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