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Type_inhibitor Report for: Coumarin

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Coumarin is derived from coumarou, the French word for the tonka bean. Some naturally occurring coumarin derivatives include umbelliferone (7-hydroxycoumarin), aesculetin (6,7-dihydroxycoumarin), herniarin (7-methoxycoumarin), psoralen and imperatorin

Inhibitor nameFormulaStructure
3-chloro-7-hydroxy-4-methylcoumarinC10H7ClO3
4-methylumbelliferyl-hexylphosphonateC17H23O5P
6RUA-3aC45H59N4O8S
7-hydroxy-4-methylcoumarinC10H8O3
7QAK-Cpd1C26H25NO4
7QB4-Cpd2C24H27NO3
CHEMBL440526C28H36N2O5
CMP-MeCyCC18H20NO5P
CoraloxC14H16ClO6P
CoumaphosC14H16ClO5PS
CoumarinC9H6O2
Coumarin-Pyridine-3fC23H19BrN2O5
Coumarinyl-ethyl-p-trifluoroacetamidophenylmethylphosphonateC21H19F3NO6P
DEUPC13H15O6P
EMP-MeCyCC14H14NO5P
EMPCC13H15O5P
HaloxonC15H16Cl3O5P
JU5C38H45N5O3S
Methyl-DEUPC14H17O6P
PMP-MeCyCC18H22NO5P
ScopoletinC10H8O4
dMUPC12H13O6P

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