Myrcene

Myrcene is a lipid of Prenol Lipids (PR) class. Myrcene is associated with abnormalities such as Hypomenorrhea, abnormal fragmented structure, Nephrosis, Renal tubular disorder and Kidney Diseases. The involved functions are known as Anabolism, Gene Expression, Protein Biosynthesis, Mutation and Selection, Genetic. Myrcene often locates in Plastids, Proboscis, Body tissue, Clone and soluble. The associated genes with Myrcene are TTPA gene, monoterpene synthase, Genome, 4S-limonene synthase and Homologous Gene. The related lipids are Pinene, Octanols, Membrane Lipids and Fatty Acids, Unsaturated.

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Introduction

To understand associated biological information of Myrcene, we collected biological information of abnormalities, associated pathways, cellular/molecular locations, biological functions, related genes/proteins, lipids and common seen animal/experimental models with organized paragraphs from literatures.

What diseases are associated with Myrcene?

Myrcene is suspected in Nephrosis, Kidney Diseases, Dehydration, Hypomenorrhea, Renal tubular disorder and other diseases in descending order of the highest number of associated sentences.

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What pathways are associated with Myrcene

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What cellular locations are associated with Myrcene?

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What functions are associated with Myrcene?


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What lipids are associated with Myrcene?

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What genes are associated with Myrcene?

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What common seen animal models are associated with Myrcene?

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Booth JK et al. Terpene synthases from Cannabis sativa. 2017 PLoS ONE pmid:28355238
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Burcu GB et al. The protective cardiac effects of Β-myrcene after global cerebral ıschemia/reperfusion in C57BL/J6 mouse. 2016 Acta Cir Bras pmid:27487280
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