What Is A Carcass?

- Apr 16, 2019-

Carcass, read as zāi tǐ, is a natural chemical component widely found in nature, including phytosterols, bile acids, C21 steroids, insect allergic hormones, cardiac glycosides, steroidal saponins, steroidal alkaloids, strontium Toxic ligands, etc. The steroidal compound has a common point in structure, namely the basic skeleton structure of cyclopentane polyhydrophenanthrene, and in addition to the cyclopentane polyhydrophenanthrene nucleus usually has two horn methyl groups (C-10, C-13). And a side chain or an oxygen-containing group having a different number of carbon atoms such as a hydroxyl group, a carbonyl group or the like (C-17). The word  visually represents the basic skeleton of such compounds.