3-Carene

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Catalog No.S5595 Synonyms: Carene, Delta-3-Carene

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CAS No. 13466-78-9

3-Carene (Carene, Delta-3-Carene) is a bicyclic monoterpene in essential oils extracted from pine trees. 3-Carene have potent pharmacological effects on COX-2 overexpression and LPS-induced migration of Raw264.7 macrophages. 3‐carene is shown to significantly stimulate the activity and expression of alkaline phosphatase, an early phase marker of osteoblastic differentiation.

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Description 3-Carene (Carene, Delta-3-Carene) is a bicyclic monoterpene in essential oils extracted from pine trees. 3-Carene have potent pharmacological effects on COX-2 overexpression and LPS-induced migration of Raw264.7 macrophages. 3‐carene is shown to significantly stimulate the activity and expression of alkaline phosphatase, an early phase marker of osteoblastic differentiation.
Targets
 alkaline phosphatase [2]() COX-2 [1]()

Chemical Information

Molecular Weight 136.23 C10H16 0.857 g/mL at 25 °C 13466-78-9 2 years -20°C liquid Carene, Delta-3-Carene CC1=CCC2C(C1)C2(C)C

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