Methylsulfanylmethane

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Methylsulfanylmethane is associated with abnormalities such as Infestation and Gigantism. The involved biomedical functions are known as catalyst, Oxidation, volatile substances, Oxidants and Collision. The associated genes/proteins with Methylsulfanylmethane are DLC1 gene and FASTK Gene. Methylsulfanylmethane is associated with dimethyl sulfide, dimethyl disulfide, Methane, Organic sulfur compound and Carbon.
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Associated curated diseases 0

No curated diseases are identified in current reference collection.

Associated abnormalities 2

Concept Name External ID Weighted Score Hits References
Infestation ICD9-CM:134.9 1000.0 3
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
Gigantism 721.78 1
  1. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere

Associated chemicals 44

Concept Name External ID Definition Weighted Score Hits References
dimethyl sulfide 959.95 17
  1. Methylated sulfur compounds in microbial mats: in situ concentrations and metabolism by a colorless sulfur bacterium.
    PT. Visscher, P. Quist, H. van Gemerden (1991) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
  2. The catalytic incineration of (CH3)2S and its mixture with CH(3)SH over a Pt/Al(2)O(3) catalyst.
    H. Chu, WT. Lee, KH. Horng, TK. Tseng (2001) J. Hazard. Mater.
  3. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
  4. Laboratory study of poisoning of a MnO/Fe2O3 catalyst by dimethyl sulfide and dimethyl disulfide.
    H. Chu, GH. Hao, TK. Tseng (2003) J. Hazard. Mater.
  5. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
  6. Volatile organic sulfur compounds in a stratified lake.
    H. Hu, SE. Mylon, G. Benoit (2007) Chemosphere
  7. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
  8. Characterization of the novel dimethyl sulfide-degrading bacterium Alcaligenes sp. SY1 and its biochemical degradation pathway.
    Y. Sun, J. Qiu, D. Chen, J. Ye, J. Chen (2016) J. Hazard. Mater.
  9. Prioritisation of odorants emitted from sewers using odour activity values.
    EC. Sivret, B. Wang, G. Parcsi, RM. Stuetz (2016) Water Res.
dimethyl disulfide 983.27 12
  1. Methylated sulfur compounds in microbial mats: in situ concentrations and metabolism by a colorless sulfur bacterium.
    PT. Visscher, P. Quist, H. van Gemerden (1991) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
  2. Laboratory study of poisoning of a MnO/Fe2O3 catalyst by dimethyl sulfide and dimethyl disulfide.
    H. Chu, GH. Hao, TK. Tseng (2003) J. Hazard. Mater.
  3. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
  4. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
  5. Characterization of the novel dimethyl sulfide-degrading bacterium Alcaligenes sp. SY1 and its biochemical degradation pathway.
    Y. Sun, J. Qiu, D. Chen, J. Ye, J. Chen (2016) J. Hazard. Mater.
  6. Prioritisation of odorants emitted from sewers using odour activity values.
    EC. Sivret, B. Wang, G. Parcsi, RM. Stuetz (2016) Water Res.
Methane 935.75 6
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
  2. Laboratory study of poisoning of a MnO/Fe2O3 catalyst by dimethyl sulfide and dimethyl disulfide.
    H. Chu, GH. Hao, TK. Tseng (2003) J. Hazard. Mater.
  3. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
Organic sulfur compound CHEBI:33261 967.89 5
  1. Methylated sulfur compounds in microbial mats: in situ concentrations and metabolism by a colorless sulfur bacterium.
    PT. Visscher, P. Quist, H. van Gemerden (1991) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
  2. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
  3. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
  4. Characterization of the novel dimethyl sulfide-degrading bacterium Alcaligenes sp. SY1 and its biochemical degradation pathway.
    Y. Sun, J. Qiu, D. Chen, J. Ye, J. Chen (2016) J. Hazard. Mater.
Carbon CHEBI:33415 944.83 5
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
  2. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
  3. Characterization of the novel dimethyl sulfide-degrading bacterium Alcaligenes sp. SY1 and its biochemical degradation pathway.
    Y. Sun, J. Qiu, D. Chen, J. Ye, J. Chen (2016) J. Hazard. Mater.
  4. Trade-Off Between Dimethyl Sulfide and Isoprene Emissions from Marine Phytoplankton.
    KGS. Dani, F. Loreto (2017) Trends Plant Sci.
isoprene CHEBI:35194 982.11 4
  1. Trade-Off Between Dimethyl Sulfide and Isoprene Emissions from Marine Phytoplankton.
    KGS. Dani, F. Loreto (2017) Trends Plant Sci.
Butane CHEBI:37808 895.0 3
  1. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
Propane CHEBI:32879 895.0 3
  1. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
Sulfhydryl Compounds 551.86 3
  1. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
ethyl isothiocyanate 858.25 2
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
methyl thiocyanate 870.75 2
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
Thiocyanates 944.28 2
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
sodium sulfide 976.83 2
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
methyl group CHEBI:32875 991.83 2
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
diethyl sulfide 1000.0 2
  1. Prioritisation of odorants emitted from sewers using odour activity values.
    EC. Sivret, B. Wang, G. Parcsi, RM. Stuetz (2016) Water Res.
dimethyl trisulfide 987.63 2
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
  2. Prioritisation of odorants emitted from sewers using odour activity values.
    EC. Sivret, B. Wang, G. Parcsi, RM. Stuetz (2016) Water Res.
carbonyl sulfide 975.25 2
  1. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
  2. Prioritisation of odorants emitted from sewers using odour activity values.
    EC. Sivret, B. Wang, G. Parcsi, RM. Stuetz (2016) Water Res.
Aromatic Compounds CHEBI:33655 950.5 2
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
4-xylene 1000.0 2
  1. Prioritisation of odorants emitted from sewers using odour activity values.
    EC. Sivret, B. Wang, G. Parcsi, RM. Stuetz (2016) Water Res.
Toluene CHEBI:17578 1000.0 2
  1. Prioritisation of odorants emitted from sewers using odour activity values.
    EC. Sivret, B. Wang, G. Parcsi, RM. Stuetz (2016) Water Res.
Organic solvent product 847.83 2
  1. The catalytic incineration of (CH3)2S and its mixture with CH(3)SH over a Pt/Al(2)O(3) catalyst.
    H. Chu, WT. Lee, KH. Horng, TK. Tseng (2001) J. Hazard. Mater.
  2. Laboratory study of poisoning of a MnO/Fe2O3 catalyst by dimethyl sulfide and dimethyl disulfide.
    H. Chu, GH. Hao, TK. Tseng (2003) J. Hazard. Mater.
Oxygen Compounds, Inorganic 1000.0 1
  1. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
Quartz 925.5 1
  1. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
Anions 822.67 1
  1. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
indole CHEBI:35581 1000.0 1
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
decanaldehyde 769.23 1
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
nonanal 1000.0 1
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
caprylic aldehyde 705.88 1
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
thiocyanic acid 1000.0 1
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
Isotopes 857.01 1
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
Isothiocyanates 1000.0 1
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
Carbohydrates CHEBI:16646 944.0 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
Diamond 1000.0 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
Thiosulfates 958.33 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
Ammonium 950.5 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
Complex Extracts 1000.0 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
Titanium CHEBI:33341 1000.0 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
Sodium Dithionite 1000.0 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
WATER,DISTILLED 1000.0 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
Minerals CHEBI:46662 741.5 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
ethylmethyl sulfide 1000.0 1
  1. Prioritisation of odorants emitted from sewers using odour activity values.
    EC. Sivret, B. Wang, G. Parcsi, RM. Stuetz (2016) Water Res.
Sulfuric Acid Esters 675.0 1
  1. Characterization of the novel dimethyl sulfide-degrading bacterium Alcaligenes sp. SY1 and its biochemical degradation pathway.
    Y. Sun, J. Qiu, D. Chen, J. Ye, J. Chen (2016) J. Hazard. Mater.
Palladium CHEBI:33363 944.0 1
  1. Laboratory study of poisoning of a MnO/Fe2O3 catalyst by dimethyl sulfide and dimethyl disulfide.
    H. Chu, GH. Hao, TK. Tseng (2003) J. Hazard. Mater.
Oxides 860.67 1
  1. Characterization of the novel dimethyl sulfide-degrading bacterium Alcaligenes sp. SY1 and its biochemical degradation pathway.
    Y. Sun, J. Qiu, D. Chen, J. Ye, J. Chen (2016) J. Hazard. Mater.

Associated functions 16

Concept Name External ID Definition Weighted Score Hits References
catalyst 953.83 8
  1. The catalytic incineration of (CH3)2S and its mixture with CH(3)SH over a Pt/Al(2)O(3) catalyst.
    H. Chu, WT. Lee, KH. Horng, TK. Tseng (2001) J. Hazard. Mater.
  2. Laboratory study of poisoning of a MnO/Fe2O3 catalyst by dimethyl sulfide and dimethyl disulfide.
    H. Chu, GH. Hao, TK. Tseng (2003) J. Hazard. Mater.
Oxidation 948.13 4
  1. The catalytic incineration of (CH3)2S and its mixture with CH(3)SH over a Pt/Al(2)O(3) catalyst.
    H. Chu, WT. Lee, KH. Horng, TK. Tseng (2001) J. Hazard. Mater.
  2. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
  3. Laboratory study of poisoning of a MnO/Fe2O3 catalyst by dimethyl sulfide and dimethyl disulfide.
    H. Chu, GH. Hao, TK. Tseng (2003) J. Hazard. Mater.
  4. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
volatile substances 763.55 2
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
Oxidants 937.5 1
  1. Volatile organic sulfur compounds in a stratified lake.
    H. Hu, SE. Mylon, G. Benoit (2007) Chemosphere
Collision 925.5 1
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry
aromatic compound metabolism 1000.0 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
Physiologic pulse 676.47 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
Amplification 944.0 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
Cytolysis 721.78 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
carbon utilization by utilization of organic compounds 552.87 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
Drug Interactions 795.53 1
  1. Characterization of the novel dimethyl sulfide-degrading bacterium Alcaligenes sp. SY1 and its biochemical degradation pathway.
    Y. Sun, J. Qiu, D. Chen, J. Ye, J. Chen (2016) J. Hazard. Mater.
Feedback 944.0 1
  1. Trade-Off Between Dimethyl Sulfide and Isoprene Emissions from Marine Phytoplankton.
    KGS. Dani, F. Loreto (2017) Trends Plant Sci.
physiological aspects 738.1 1
  1. Obligate sulfide-dependent degradation of methoxylated aromatic compounds and formation of methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide by a freshwater sediment isolate, Parasporobacterium paucivorans gen. nov., sp. nov.
    BP. Lomans, P. Leijdekkers, JJ. Wesselink, P. Bakkes, A. Pol, C. van der Drift, HJ. den Camp (2001) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.
Synthesis 936.0 1
  1. Trade-Off Between Dimethyl Sulfide and Isoprene Emissions from Marine Phytoplankton.
    KGS. Dani, F. Loreto (2017) Trends Plant Sci.
Adjudication 1000.0 1
  1. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
inhibitors 886.0 1
  1. The catalytic incineration of (CH3)2S and its mixture with CH(3)SH over a Pt/Al(2)O(3) catalyst.
    H. Chu, WT. Lee, KH. Horng, TK. Tseng (2001) J. Hazard. Mater.

Associated genes 2

Concept Name External ID Definition Weighted Score Hits References
DLC1 gene EntrezGene:10395 721.78 1
  1. A study of volatile organic sulfur emissions causing urban odors.
    A. Muezzinoglu (2003) Chemosphere
FASTK Gene EntrezGene:10922 575.5 1
  1. On-line detection of root-induced volatiles in Brassica nigra plants infested with Delia radicum L. root fly larvae.
    E. Crespo, CA. Hordijk, RM. de Graaf, D. Samudrala, SM. Cristescu, FJ. Harren, NM. van Dam (2012) Phytochemistry

Chemical Information

Formula C2H6S
Mass 62.13
Synonyms dimethyl sulfide
Methyl sulfide
75-18-3
Methane, thiobis-
dimethylsulfide
Dimethylsulphide
Methyl thioether
2-Thiapropane
dimethyl sulphide
Dimethyl thioether
Methylthiomethane
Dimethylsulfid
(Methylsulfanyl)methane
Methyl sulphide
Methyl monosulfide
Dimethyl monosulfide
2-Thiopropane
Methanethiomethane
Thiobis(methane)
Exact-S
Thiobismethane
METHYLSULFANYLMETHANE
Sulfure de methyle
Dimethyl sulfide (natural)
dimethylsulfane
methylsulfide
Dimethylsulfid [Czech]
Methylthiomethyl radical
UNII-QS3J7O7L3U
Methane, 1,1'-thiobis-
Sulfure de methyle [French]
FEMA No. 2746
HSDB 356
EINECS 200-846-2
UN1164
[SMe2]
BRN 1696847
QS3J7O7L3U
AI3-25274
CHEBI:17437
(CH3)2S
QMMFVYPAHWMCMS-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Dimethyl sulfide [UN1164] [Flammable liquid]
Methylsulphide
Thiopropane
Thiobis-methane
di-methylsulfide
Sulfide, methyl-
(methylthio)methane
Me2S
REDUCED-DMSO
SMe2
Nat. Dimethyl Sulfide
ACMC-1BBLH
Dimethyl sulfide, 98%
AC1L1ANN
reduced dimethyl sulfoxide
(Methylsulfanyl)methane #
Dimethyl sulfoxide(Reduced)
EC 200-846-2
(Me)2S
Dimethyl sulfide, >=99%
C2H6S
(Methylthiomethylidyne)radical
4-01-00-01275 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
KSC377G0P
CHEMBL15580
DTXSID9026398
CTK2H7307
S(CH3)2
Dimethyl sulfide, >=99%, FCC
Dimethyl sulfide, 99% 250ml
MolPort-003-928-951
KS-00000X7Y
6873AF
ANW-36574
Dimethyl sulfide, analytical standard
MFCD00008562
STL481894
Dimethyl sulfide, >=95.0% (GC)
AKOS009031411
LS-2960
MCULE-4525381422
RP18263
RTR-024212
UN 1164
Dimethyl sulfide, anhydrous, >=99.0%
31533-72-9
AN-23841
InChI=1/C2H6S/c1-3-2/h1-2H
KB-76628
SC-26847
TR-024212
FT-0603084
M0431
Dimethyl sulfide, puriss., >=99.0% (GC)
C00580
Dimethyl sulfide, natural, >=99%, FCC, FG
13741-EP2269977A2
13741-EP2277865A1
13741-EP2280006A1
13741-EP2284171A1
13741-EP2287153A1
13741-EP2298767A1
13741-EP2305656A1
13741-EP2308851A1
13741-EP2308873A1
13741-EP2311820A1
13741-EP2314576A1
13741-EP2314587A1
13741-EP2316836A1
13838-EP2292595A1
13838-EP2295409A1
13838-EP2295426A1
13838-EP2295427A1
13838-EP2295437A1
13838-EP2298775A1
13838-EP2311820A1
13838-EP2316836A1
18767-EP2270003A1
18767-EP2272832A1
18767-EP2277848A1
18767-EP2292576A2
18767-EP2292597A1
18767-EP2301933A1
18767-EP2305672A1
18767-EP2308510A1
18767-EP2308838A1
18767-EP2308877A1
18767-EP2311827A1
18767-EP2314576A1
18767-EP2314587A1
47704-EP2280006A1
47704-EP2311811A1
80926-EP2295426A1
80926-EP2295427A1
80926-EP2305687A1
Dimethyl sulfide [UN1164] [Flammable liquid]
A838342
Dimethyl sulfide, redistilled, >=99%, FCC, FG
I09-0087
Q-100810
methyl sulphide, dimethyl sulphide, exact-S, thiobismethane
956465-01-3
PubChem CID 1068