2-methylbuta-1,3-diene

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2-methylbuta-1,3-diene is associated with abnormalities such as Vegetation, Harley, Kidney Failure and End stage renal failure. The involved biomedical functions are known as Photosynthesis, Synthesis, Oxidation, inhibitors and isoprenoid biosynthesis. The associated genes/proteins with 2-methylbuta-1,3-diene are RPL10 gene and monoterpene synthase. 2-methylbuta-1,3-diene is associated with isoprene, Monoterpenes, Ozone, Carbon and Organic Chemicals.
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Associated abnormalities 4

Concept Name External ID Weighted Score Hits References
Vegetation 967.08 4
  1. Effects of large-scale Amazon forest degradation on climate and air quality through fluxes of carbon dioxide, water, energy, mineral dust and isoprene.
    R. Betts, M. Sanderson, S. Woodward (2008) Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., B, Biol. Sci.
  2. Biogenic volatile organic compound emission potential of forests and paddy fields in the Kinki region of Japan.
    H. Bao, A. Kondo, A. Kaga, M. Tada, K. Sakaguti, Y. Inoue, Y. Shimoda, D. Narumi, T. Machimura (2008) Environ. Res.
  3. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Harley 925.5 3
  1. Approaches for quantifying reactive and low-volatility biogenic organic compound emissions by vegetation enclosure techniques - part A.
    J. Ortega, D. Helmig (2008) Chemosphere
Kidney Failure ICD9-CM:586 964.29 1
  1. Exhaled breath and fecal volatile organic biomarkers of chronic kidney disease.
    S. Meinardi, KB. Jin, B. Barletta, DR. Blake, ND. Vaziri (2013) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
End stage renal failure 1000.0 1
  1. Exhaled breath and fecal volatile organic biomarkers of chronic kidney disease.
    S. Meinardi, KB. Jin, B. Barletta, DR. Blake, ND. Vaziri (2013) Biochim. Biophys. Acta

Associated chemicals 42

Concept Name External ID Definition Weighted Score Hits References
isoprene CHEBI:35194 943.44 46
  1. Observations of ozone formation in power plant plumes and implications for ozone control strategies.
    TB. Ryerson, M. Trainer, JS. Holloway, DD. Parrish, LG. Huey, DT. Sueper, GJ. Frost, SG. Donnelly, S. Schauffler, EL. Atlas, WC. Kuster, PD. Goldan, G. Hubler, JF. Meagher, FC. Fehsenfeld (2001) Science
  2. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
  3. Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs.
    P. Di Carlo, WH. Brune, M. Martinez, H. Harder, R. Lesher, X. Ren, T. Thornberry, MA. Carroll, V. Young, PB. Shepson, D. Riemer, E. Apel, C. Campbell (2004) Science
  4. Interpreting satellite column observations of formaldehyde over tropical South America.
    PI. Palmer, MP. Barkley, TP. Kurosu, AC. Lewis, JE. Saxton, K. Chance, LV. Gatti (2007) Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci
  5. Approaches for quantifying reactive and low-volatility biogenic organic compound emissions by vegetation enclosure techniques - part A.
    J. Ortega, D. Helmig (2008) Chemosphere
  6. Effects of large-scale Amazon forest degradation on climate and air quality through fluxes of carbon dioxide, water, energy, mineral dust and isoprene.
    R. Betts, M. Sanderson, S. Woodward (2008) Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., B, Biol. Sci.
  7. Biogenic volatile organic compound emission potential of forests and paddy fields in the Kinki region of Japan.
    H. Bao, A. Kondo, A. Kaga, M. Tada, K. Sakaguti, Y. Inoue, Y. Shimoda, D. Narumi, T. Machimura (2008) Environ. Res.
  8. Nitrogen management is essential to prevent tropical oil palm plantations from causing ground-level ozone pollution.
    CN. Hewitt, AR. MacKenzie, P. Di Carlo, CF. Di Marco, JR. Dorsey, M. Evans, D. Fowler, MW. Gallagher, JR. Hopkins, CE. Jones, B. Langford, JD. Lee, AC. Lewis, SF. Lim, J. McQuaid, P. Misztal, SJ. Moller, PS. Monks, E. Nemitz, DE. Oram, SM. Owen, GJ. Phillips, TA. Pugh, JA. Pyle, CE. Reeves, J. Ryder, J. Siong, U. Skiba, DJ. Stewart (2009) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.
  9. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
  10. Exhaled breath and fecal volatile organic biomarkers of chronic kidney disease.
    S. Meinardi, KB. Jin, B. Barletta, DR. Blake, ND. Vaziri (2013) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
  11. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
  12. Large drought-induced variations in oak leaf volatile organic compound emissions during PINOT NOIR 2012.
    C. Geron, R. Daly, P. Harley, R. Rasmussen, R. Seco, A. Guenther, T. Karl, L. Gu (2016) Chemosphere
Monoterpenes 957.33 11
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
  2. Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs.
    P. Di Carlo, WH. Brune, M. Martinez, H. Harder, R. Lesher, X. Ren, T. Thornberry, MA. Carroll, V. Young, PB. Shepson, D. Riemer, E. Apel, C. Campbell (2004) Science
  3. Biogenic volatile organic compound emission potential of forests and paddy fields in the Kinki region of Japan.
    H. Bao, A. Kondo, A. Kaga, M. Tada, K. Sakaguti, Y. Inoue, Y. Shimoda, D. Narumi, T. Machimura (2008) Environ. Res.
  4. Nitrogen management is essential to prevent tropical oil palm plantations from causing ground-level ozone pollution.
    CN. Hewitt, AR. MacKenzie, P. Di Carlo, CF. Di Marco, JR. Dorsey, M. Evans, D. Fowler, MW. Gallagher, JR. Hopkins, CE. Jones, B. Langford, JD. Lee, AC. Lewis, SF. Lim, J. McQuaid, P. Misztal, SJ. Moller, PS. Monks, E. Nemitz, DE. Oram, SM. Owen, GJ. Phillips, TA. Pugh, JA. Pyle, CE. Reeves, J. Ryder, J. Siong, U. Skiba, DJ. Stewart (2009) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.
  5. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
  6. Large drought-induced variations in oak leaf volatile organic compound emissions during PINOT NOIR 2012.
    C. Geron, R. Daly, P. Harley, R. Rasmussen, R. Seco, A. Guenther, T. Karl, L. Gu (2016) Chemosphere
Ozone 927.95 9
  1. Observations of ozone formation in power plant plumes and implications for ozone control strategies.
    TB. Ryerson, M. Trainer, JS. Holloway, DD. Parrish, LG. Huey, DT. Sueper, GJ. Frost, SG. Donnelly, S. Schauffler, EL. Atlas, WC. Kuster, PD. Goldan, G. Hubler, JF. Meagher, FC. Fehsenfeld (2001) Science
  2. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
  3. Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs.
    P. Di Carlo, WH. Brune, M. Martinez, H. Harder, R. Lesher, X. Ren, T. Thornberry, MA. Carroll, V. Young, PB. Shepson, D. Riemer, E. Apel, C. Campbell (2004) Science
  4. Interpreting satellite column observations of formaldehyde over tropical South America.
    PI. Palmer, MP. Barkley, TP. Kurosu, AC. Lewis, JE. Saxton, K. Chance, LV. Gatti (2007) Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci
  5. Effects of large-scale Amazon forest degradation on climate and air quality through fluxes of carbon dioxide, water, energy, mineral dust and isoprene.
    R. Betts, M. Sanderson, S. Woodward (2008) Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., B, Biol. Sci.
  6. Biogenic volatile organic compound emission potential of forests and paddy fields in the Kinki region of Japan.
    H. Bao, A. Kondo, A. Kaga, M. Tada, K. Sakaguti, Y. Inoue, Y. Shimoda, D. Narumi, T. Machimura (2008) Environ. Res.
  7. Nitrogen management is essential to prevent tropical oil palm plantations from causing ground-level ozone pollution.
    CN. Hewitt, AR. MacKenzie, P. Di Carlo, CF. Di Marco, JR. Dorsey, M. Evans, D. Fowler, MW. Gallagher, JR. Hopkins, CE. Jones, B. Langford, JD. Lee, AC. Lewis, SF. Lim, J. McQuaid, P. Misztal, SJ. Moller, PS. Monks, E. Nemitz, DE. Oram, SM. Owen, GJ. Phillips, TA. Pugh, JA. Pyle, CE. Reeves, J. Ryder, J. Siong, U. Skiba, DJ. Stewart (2009) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.
Carbon CHEBI:33415 949.75 7
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
  2. Interpreting satellite column observations of formaldehyde over tropical South America.
    PI. Palmer, MP. Barkley, TP. Kurosu, AC. Lewis, JE. Saxton, K. Chance, LV. Gatti (2007) Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci
  3. Effects of large-scale Amazon forest degradation on climate and air quality through fluxes of carbon dioxide, water, energy, mineral dust and isoprene.
    R. Betts, M. Sanderson, S. Woodward (2008) Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., B, Biol. Sci.
  4. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
  5. Large drought-induced variations in oak leaf volatile organic compound emissions during PINOT NOIR 2012.
    C. Geron, R. Daly, P. Harley, R. Rasmussen, R. Seco, A. Guenther, T. Karl, L. Gu (2016) Chemosphere
Diphosphates 873.21 4
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
  2. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
Butadiene 944.0 2
  1. Nitrogen management is essential to prevent tropical oil palm plantations from causing ground-level ozone pollution.
    CN. Hewitt, AR. MacKenzie, P. Di Carlo, CF. Di Marco, JR. Dorsey, M. Evans, D. Fowler, MW. Gallagher, JR. Hopkins, CE. Jones, B. Langford, JD. Lee, AC. Lewis, SF. Lim, J. McQuaid, P. Misztal, SJ. Moller, PS. Monks, E. Nemitz, DE. Oram, SM. Owen, GJ. Phillips, TA. Pugh, JA. Pyle, CE. Reeves, J. Ryder, J. Siong, U. Skiba, DJ. Stewart (2009) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.
  2. Exhaled breath and fecal volatile organic biomarkers of chronic kidney disease.
    S. Meinardi, KB. Jin, B. Barletta, DR. Blake, ND. Vaziri (2013) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
Nitrogen CHEBI:17997 943.25 2
  1. Observations of ozone formation in power plant plumes and implications for ozone control strategies.
    TB. Ryerson, M. Trainer, JS. Holloway, DD. Parrish, LG. Huey, DT. Sueper, GJ. Frost, SG. Donnelly, S. Schauffler, EL. Atlas, WC. Kuster, PD. Goldan, G. Hubler, JF. Meagher, FC. Fehsenfeld (2001) Science
  2. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
Isoprenoids 949.27 2
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
  2. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
Aldehydes CHEBI:17478 960.0 2
  1. Interpreting satellite column observations of formaldehyde over tropical South America.
    PI. Palmer, MP. Barkley, TP. Kurosu, AC. Lewis, JE. Saxton, K. Chance, LV. Gatti (2007) Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci
  2. Exhaled breath and fecal volatile organic biomarkers of chronic kidney disease.
    S. Meinardi, KB. Jin, B. Barletta, DR. Blake, ND. Vaziri (2013) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
Methane 899.25 2
  1. Observations of ozone formation in power plant plumes and implications for ozone control strategies.
    TB. Ryerson, M. Trainer, JS. Holloway, DD. Parrish, LG. Huey, DT. Sueper, GJ. Frost, SG. Donnelly, S. Schauffler, EL. Atlas, WC. Kuster, PD. Goldan, G. Hubler, JF. Meagher, FC. Fehsenfeld (2001) Science
  2. Interpreting satellite column observations of formaldehyde over tropical South America.
    PI. Palmer, MP. Barkley, TP. Kurosu, AC. Lewis, JE. Saxton, K. Chance, LV. Gatti (2007) Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci
Deuterium 946.58 2
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
  2. Approaches for quantifying reactive and low-volatility biogenic organic compound emissions by vegetation enclosure techniques - part A.
    J. Ortega, D. Helmig (2008) Chemosphere
Protons CHEBI:24636 837.57 2
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
  2. Large drought-induced variations in oak leaf volatile organic compound emissions during PINOT NOIR 2012.
    C. Geron, R. Daly, P. Harley, R. Rasmussen, R. Seco, A. Guenther, T. Karl, L. Gu (2016) Chemosphere
1012S 883.0 1
  1. Nitrogen management is essential to prevent tropical oil palm plantations from causing ground-level ozone pollution.
    CN. Hewitt, AR. MacKenzie, P. Di Carlo, CF. Di Marco, JR. Dorsey, M. Evans, D. Fowler, MW. Gallagher, JR. Hopkins, CE. Jones, B. Langford, JD. Lee, AC. Lewis, SF. Lim, J. McQuaid, P. Misztal, SJ. Moller, PS. Monks, E. Nemitz, DE. Oram, SM. Owen, GJ. Phillips, TA. Pugh, JA. Pyle, CE. Reeves, J. Ryder, J. Siong, U. Skiba, DJ. Stewart (2009) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.
Acetylene 1000.0 1
  1. Nitrogen management is essential to prevent tropical oil palm plantations from causing ground-level ozone pollution.
    CN. Hewitt, AR. MacKenzie, P. Di Carlo, CF. Di Marco, JR. Dorsey, M. Evans, D. Fowler, MW. Gallagher, JR. Hopkins, CE. Jones, B. Langford, JD. Lee, AC. Lewis, SF. Lim, J. McQuaid, P. Misztal, SJ. Moller, PS. Monks, E. Nemitz, DE. Oram, SM. Owen, GJ. Phillips, TA. Pugh, JA. Pyle, CE. Reeves, J. Ryder, J. Siong, U. Skiba, DJ. Stewart (2009) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.
pentanal 960.0 1
  1. Exhaled breath and fecal volatile organic biomarkers of chronic kidney disease.
    S. Meinardi, KB. Jin, B. Barletta, DR. Blake, ND. Vaziri (2013) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
Carbohydrates CHEBI:16646 930.5 1
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
jasmonate 1000.0 1
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
Growth Factor 741.19 1
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
Hemiterpenes 941.33 1
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
Stable isotope 1000.0 1
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Anthocyanins CHEBI:38697 1000.0 1
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Isotopes 749.0 1
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Butene 887.5 1
  1. Large drought-induced variations in oak leaf volatile organic compound emissions during PINOT NOIR 2012.
    C. Geron, R. Daly, P. Harley, R. Rasmussen, R. Seco, A. Guenther, T. Karl, L. Gu (2016) Chemosphere
peroxyacetyl nitrate 1000.0 1
  1. Nitrogen management is essential to prevent tropical oil palm plantations from causing ground-level ozone pollution.
    CN. Hewitt, AR. MacKenzie, P. Di Carlo, CF. Di Marco, JR. Dorsey, M. Evans, D. Fowler, MW. Gallagher, JR. Hopkins, CE. Jones, B. Langford, JD. Lee, AC. Lewis, SF. Lim, J. McQuaid, P. Misztal, SJ. Moller, PS. Monks, E. Nemitz, DE. Oram, SM. Owen, GJ. Phillips, TA. Pugh, JA. Pyle, CE. Reeves, J. Ryder, J. Siong, U. Skiba, DJ. Stewart (2009) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.
Rosaniline Dyes 563.83 1
  1. Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs.
    P. Di Carlo, WH. Brune, M. Martinez, H. Harder, R. Lesher, X. Ren, T. Thornberry, MA. Carroll, V. Young, PB. Shepson, D. Riemer, E. Apel, C. Campbell (2004) Science
Diamond 1000.0 1
  1. Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs.
    P. Di Carlo, WH. Brune, M. Martinez, H. Harder, R. Lesher, X. Ren, T. Thornberry, MA. Carroll, V. Young, PB. Shepson, D. Riemer, E. Apel, C. Campbell (2004) Science
Toluene CHEBI:17578 1000.0 1
  1. Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs.
    P. Di Carlo, WH. Brune, M. Martinez, H. Harder, R. Lesher, X. Ren, T. Thornberry, MA. Carroll, V. Young, PB. Shepson, D. Riemer, E. Apel, C. Campbell (2004) Science
Acetaldehyde CHEBI:15343 1000.0 1
  1. Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs.
    P. Di Carlo, WH. Brune, M. Martinez, H. Harder, R. Lesher, X. Ren, T. Thornberry, MA. Carroll, V. Young, PB. Shepson, D. Riemer, E. Apel, C. Campbell (2004) Science
Aluminum CHEBI:28984 944.0 1
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
Liquid nitrogen 1000.0 1
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
erythritol 4-phosphate 927.0 1
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
1-deoxy-2-pentulose 772.61 1
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
beta-pinene 1000.0 1
  1. Interpreting satellite column observations of formaldehyde over tropical South America.
    PI. Palmer, MP. Barkley, TP. Kurosu, AC. Lewis, JE. Saxton, K. Chance, LV. Gatti (2007) Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci
Hydroxyl Radical CHEBI:29191 1000.0 1
  1. Observations of ozone formation in power plant plumes and implications for ozone control strategies.
    TB. Ryerson, M. Trainer, JS. Holloway, DD. Parrish, LG. Huey, DT. Sueper, GJ. Frost, SG. Donnelly, S. Schauffler, EL. Atlas, WC. Kuster, PD. Goldan, G. Hubler, JF. Meagher, FC. Fehsenfeld (2001) Science
terpinolene 1000.0 1
  1. Biogenic volatile organic compound emission potential of forests and paddy fields in the Kinki region of Japan.
    H. Bao, A. Kondo, A. Kaga, M. Tada, K. Sakaguti, Y. Inoue, Y. Shimoda, D. Narumi, T. Machimura (2008) Environ. Res.
Alkenes 882.93 1
  1. Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs.
    P. Di Carlo, WH. Brune, M. Martinez, H. Harder, R. Lesher, X. Ren, T. Thornberry, MA. Carroll, V. Young, PB. Shepson, D. Riemer, E. Apel, C. Campbell (2004) Science
n-hexanal 888.89 1
  1. Exhaled breath and fecal volatile organic biomarkers of chronic kidney disease.
    S. Meinardi, KB. Jin, B. Barletta, DR. Blake, ND. Vaziri (2013) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
Hydrocarbons CHEBI:24632 930.5 1
  1. Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs.
    P. Di Carlo, WH. Brune, M. Martinez, H. Harder, R. Lesher, X. Ren, T. Thornberry, MA. Carroll, V. Young, PB. Shepson, D. Riemer, E. Apel, C. Campbell (2004) Science
Protium 736.21 1
  1. Large drought-induced variations in oak leaf volatile organic compound emissions during PINOT NOIR 2012.
    C. Geron, R. Daly, P. Harley, R. Rasmussen, R. Seco, A. Guenther, T. Karl, L. Gu (2016) Chemosphere
tenax 906.0 1
  1. Large drought-induced variations in oak leaf volatile organic compound emissions during PINOT NOIR 2012.
    C. Geron, R. Daly, P. Harley, R. Rasmussen, R. Seco, A. Guenther, T. Karl, L. Gu (2016) Chemosphere
Argon 925.5 1
  1. Approaches for quantifying reactive and low-volatility biogenic organic compound emissions by vegetation enclosure techniques - part A.
    J. Ortega, D. Helmig (2008) Chemosphere
Sesquiterpenes 1000.0 1
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.

Associated functions 39

Concept Name External ID Definition Weighted Score Hits References
Photosynthesis 946.57 11
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
  2. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
  3. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
  4. Large drought-induced variations in oak leaf volatile organic compound emissions during PINOT NOIR 2012.
    C. Geron, R. Daly, P. Harley, R. Rasmussen, R. Seco, A. Guenther, T. Karl, L. Gu (2016) Chemosphere
Synthesis 950.68 5
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
  2. Exhaled breath and fecal volatile organic biomarkers of chronic kidney disease.
    S. Meinardi, KB. Jin, B. Barletta, DR. Blake, ND. Vaziri (2013) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
  3. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
  4. Large drought-induced variations in oak leaf volatile organic compound emissions during PINOT NOIR 2012.
    C. Geron, R. Daly, P. Harley, R. Rasmussen, R. Seco, A. Guenther, T. Karl, L. Gu (2016) Chemosphere
Oxidation 887.5 4
  1. Interpreting satellite column observations of formaldehyde over tropical South America.
    PI. Palmer, MP. Barkley, TP. Kurosu, AC. Lewis, JE. Saxton, K. Chance, LV. Gatti (2007) Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci
  2. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
inhibitors 922.33 3
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
isoprenoid biosynthesis GO:0008299 942.77 3
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
  2. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Anabolism 1000.0 3
  1. Biogenic volatile organic compound emission potential of forests and paddy fields in the Kinki region of Japan.
    H. Bao, A. Kondo, A. Kaga, M. Tada, K. Sakaguti, Y. Inoue, Y. Shimoda, D. Narumi, T. Machimura (2008) Environ. Res.
  2. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
ionization 940.83 3
  1. Approaches for quantifying reactive and low-volatility biogenic organic compound emissions by vegetation enclosure techniques - part A.
    J. Ortega, D. Helmig (2008) Chemosphere
  2. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
  3. Large drought-induced variations in oak leaf volatile organic compound emissions during PINOT NOIR 2012.
    C. Geron, R. Daly, P. Harley, R. Rasmussen, R. Seco, A. Guenther, T. Karl, L. Gu (2016) Chemosphere
Exhalation 723.9 2
  1. Exhaled breath and fecal volatile organic biomarkers of chronic kidney disease.
    S. Meinardi, KB. Jin, B. Barletta, DR. Blake, ND. Vaziri (2013) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
Signal Transduction GO:0007165 632.34 2
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
Adjudication 1000.0 2
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
  2. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Laser-generated electromagnetic radiation 421.23 2
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
Regulation 988.8 2
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
Feedback 956.5 2
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
  2. Effects of large-scale Amazon forest degradation on climate and air quality through fluxes of carbon dioxide, water, energy, mineral dust and isoprene.
    R. Betts, M. Sanderson, S. Woodward (2008) Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., B, Biol. Sci.
transpiration 972.0 2
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Pressure- physical agent 631.92 2
  1. Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs.
    P. Di Carlo, WH. Brune, M. Martinez, H. Harder, R. Lesher, X. Ren, T. Thornberry, MA. Carroll, V. Young, PB. Shepson, D. Riemer, E. Apel, C. Campbell (2004) Science
  2. Approaches for quantifying reactive and low-volatility biogenic organic compound emissions by vegetation enclosure techniques - part A.
    J. Ortega, D. Helmig (2008) Chemosphere
Respiration 932.0 2
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
  2. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Oxidants 968.75 2
  1. Biogenic volatile organic compound emission potential of forests and paddy fields in the Kinki region of Japan.
    H. Bao, A. Kondo, A. Kaga, M. Tada, K. Sakaguti, Y. Inoue, Y. Shimoda, D. Narumi, T. Machimura (2008) Environ. Res.
  2. Large drought-induced variations in oak leaf volatile organic compound emissions during PINOT NOIR 2012.
    C. Geron, R. Daly, P. Harley, R. Rasmussen, R. Seco, A. Guenther, T. Karl, L. Gu (2016) Chemosphere
volatile substances 893.37 2
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
  2. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
cholesterol biosynthesis 1000.0 1
  1. Exhaled breath and fecal volatile organic biomarkers of chronic kidney disease.
    S. Meinardi, KB. Jin, B. Barletta, DR. Blake, ND. Vaziri (2013) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
protein kinase cascade 933.5 1
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
Transcriptional Activation 750.0 1
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
Transcriptional Regulation 930.5 1
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
Collision 944.0 1
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
photoinhibition 1000.0 1
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Lipid Peroxidation 1000.0 1
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Impacts, Environmental 954.55 1
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
enzyme activity 944.0 1
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Drug Interactions 788.78 1
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
secondary metabolism 1000.0 1
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
Electron Transport 867.0 1
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
signal peptide peptidase activity 489.53 1
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Biochemical Reaction 900.5 1
  1. Large drought-induced variations in oak leaf volatile organic compound emissions during PINOT NOIR 2012.
    C. Geron, R. Daly, P. Harley, R. Rasmussen, R. Seco, A. Guenther, T. Karl, L. Gu (2016) Chemosphere
physiological aspects 738.1 1
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
Phosphorylation 1000.0 1
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
reductive pentose-phosphate cycle 651.07 1
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.
Adverse effects 866.67 1
  1. Early induction of apple fruitlet abscission is characterized by an increase of both isoprene emission and abscisic acid content.
    E. Giulia, B. Alessandro, D. Mariano, B. Andrea, R. Benedetto, R. Angelo (2013) Plant Physiol.
light effects 1000.0 1
  1. Approaches for quantifying reactive and low-volatility biogenic organic compound emissions by vegetation enclosure techniques - part A.
    J. Ortega, D. Helmig (2008) Chemosphere
Analyte 920.0 1
  1. Approaches for quantifying reactive and low-volatility biogenic organic compound emissions by vegetation enclosure techniques - part A.
    J. Ortega, D. Helmig (2008) Chemosphere
leaf development 1000.0 1
  1. Approaches for quantifying reactive and low-volatility biogenic organic compound emissions by vegetation enclosure techniques - part A.
    J. Ortega, D. Helmig (2008) Chemosphere

Associated genes 2

Concept Name External ID Definition Weighted Score Hits References
RPL10 gene EntrezGene:6134 760.0 2
  1. Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.
    E. Vanzo, W. Jud, Z. Li, A. Albert, MA. Domagalska, A. Ghirardo, B. Niederbacher, J. Frenzel, GT. Beemster, H. Asard, H. Rennenberg, TD. Sharkey, A. Hansel, JP. Schnitzler (2015) Plant Physiol.
monoterpene synthase 997.9 2
  1. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis.
    M. Wolfertz, TD. Sharkey, W. Boland, F. Kühnemann (2004) Plant Physiol.

Chemical Information

Formula C5H8
Mass 68.119
Synonyms ISOPRENE
2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene
78-79-5
Isopentadiene
2-Methylbutadiene
1,3-Butadiene, 2-methyl-
2-Methylbuta-1,3-diene
2-Methyldivinyl
beta-Methylbivinyl
isopreno
isoterpene
Isopren
3-Methyl-1,3-butadiene
CH2=C(CH3)CH=CH2
NSC 9237
UNII-0A62964IBU
.beta.-Methylbivinyl
CCRIS 6253
HSDB 620
EINECS 201-143-3
UN1218
CHEBI:35194
RRHGJUQNOFWUDK-UHFFFAOYSA-N
0A62964IBU
1,3-Butadiene, 2-methyl-, homopolymer
Polyisoprene, chlorinated
Chlorinated natural rubber
Caoutchouc
Elastomers
Ebonite
Heveaplus
Impervia
Rubber
Latex particles
Nafka
Natural latex
India rubber
Nafka kristalgom
Latex gum
Rubber, natural
Gum Nafkacrystal
Dynatex LA
Dynatex GTZ
Thiokol NVT
Nafka crystal gum
LATZ latex
Flexigum 40
Isoprene, inhibited
Harub 5LV
Heveacrumb SMR 5L
Lorival R 25
POLYISOPRENE
Hartex 102HR
Cartex 600
Fultite FB 010K
Fultite FB 520
Hartex 103
NATURAL RUBBER
Fultite FB 3001
Iotex C 60
Isoprene, >=99%
ISOPRENE, REAG
Kagetex FA 2005
ACMC-209slm
E 218 (rubber)
Mitsuwa RC paper Cement
AC1L1MSM
Defo 700
DSSTox_CID_761
Elastic materials, rubber
UNII-2LQ0UUW8IN
Lotol L 9241
Alkenes, polymers, rubber
2LQ0UUW8IN
Be Be Tex 1223
bmse000844
Defo 1000
ISNA 5
EC 201-143-3
2-methyl-buta-1,3-diene
AC1Q1J4I
AC1Q1J4J
AMA 7
CSV 1
DSSTox_RID_75776
DSSTox_GSID_20761
Isoprene, analytical standard
Mar DR 1135
UN 1218 (Salt/Mix)
1,3-Butadiene, 2-methyl-, homopolymer, chlorinated
Hydrocarbons, polymers, rubber
DRC 60
CHEMBL1566132
DTXSID2020761
WLN: 1UY1&1U1
CTK2H7308
HSDB 6772
KS-00000WPE
GLN 200
GNL 150
JLX 105
JLX 113
KDP 150
NSC9237
MolPort-001-787-102
CV 50
CV 60
IR 25
IR 68
NSC-9237
ZINC1699876
EINECS 232-689-0
Tox21_200067
5L-TP0203
7380AF
ANW-41336
CS 700
HC 106
Isoprene, 99%, stabilized 100ml
AKOS000119971
FB 3001
LS-1754
RL05044
RTR-037841
TRA0042245
CAS-78-79-5
NCGC00091078-01
NCGC00091078-02
NCGC00257621-01
68441-58-7
AN-42118
KB-52802
TR-037841
954-EP2270101A1
954-EP2270113A1
954-EP2272843A1
954-EP2272935A1
954-EP2275427A1
954-EP2277945A1
954-EP2281817A1
954-EP2298313A1
954-EP2301924A1
954-EP2305668A1
954-EP2305825A1
954-EP2374780A1
954-EP2374781A1
FT-0627457
I0160
C16521
Isoprene, inhibited [UN1218] [Flammable liquid]
Isoprene, inhibited [UN1218] [Flammable liquid]
J-509898
I14-19787
I14-49147
InChI=1/C5H8/c1-4-5(2)3/h4H,1-2H2,3H
Isoprene, 99%, contains <1000 ppm p-tert-butylcatechol as inhibitor
37231-42-8
51731-84-1
78006-92-5
823271-95-0
9006-04-6
9041-64-9
9041-65-0
PubChem CID 6557