Bisepoxy Juvenile Hormone III

Catalog No.:  S-0157
MW: 281.37
CAS: 1315330-19-8

Juvenile Hormones are sesquiterpanoids found in insects that regulates important physiological processes such as reproduction and metamorphosis. Bisepoxy juvenile hormone III (JHB3) is biosynthesized via the mevalonate pathway in the ring-glands of higher dipterans (flies).


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1) J.A. Tillman, S.J. Seybold, R.A Jurenka, R.A., et al. “Insect pheromones - an overview of biosynthesis and endocrine regulation.” Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 1999, 29(6), 481-514.
2) D.S. Richard, S.W. Applebaum, et al “Juvenile hormone bisepoxide biosynthesis in vitro by the ring gland of Drosophila melanogaster: a putative juvenile hormone in the higher Diptera” Proc. Nat. Sci Acad., 1989, 86 (4), 1421-1425.
3) K.S. Lefevere, K.S. Lacey, et al. “Identification and quantification of juvenile hormone biosynthesized by larval and adult Australian sheep blowfly Lucilia cuprina (Diptera: Calliphoridae).” Insect Biochem Mol. Bio., 1993, 23(6), 713-20.

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