Record Information
public_id FDB013750
Chemical Information
name Deoxypyridinoline
description Derived from collagen cross-links formed between adjacent lysine residues in type I collagen of bone and dentine. Released into serum during bone resorption Deoxypyridinoline (DPD) is a breakdown product of type I fibrillar collagen, it occurs mainly in Type I collagen of bone. DPD shows a high specificity for bone, and the measurement of urinary DPD is not influenced by newly collagens and dietary intake. DPD cross-links of type 1 collagen are excreted in urine either as free or peptide-bound moieties. It is the peptide-bound cross-links that decrease by the greatest amount in response to bisphosphonate therapy. DPD is one of the most extensively characterized biochemical bone markers, but the interpretation of results is hampered by biologic and other preanalytical variability. Biochemical bone markers can provide a valuable tool in the management of metabolic bone diseases. Their most recognized application in clinical practice is for monitoring treatment for osteoporosis as an adjunct to bone mineral density measurements. Other applications that have been investigated include their use as a diagnostic tool for bone diseases other than osteoporosis and as predictive markers for bone loss and the risk of bone fracture. DPD measured in urine follow a circadian or diurnal cycle with a peak in the early morning and nadir in the late afternoon to early evening. The magnitude of the diurnal change, i.e., nadir concentration divided by peak concentration, expressed as a percentage is around 70% (range, 53-75%). (PMID: 11805003, 17229003, 16751696); Deoxypyridinoline, also called D-Pyrilinks or Pyrilinks-D, is a crosslink of type I collagen present in bone which is excreted unmetabolized in urine and is a specific marker of bone resorption. It is measured in a urine tests in patients when osteoporosis is suspected.
cas_number 82637-02-3
Properties
created_at 2010-04-08 22:10:53
updated_at 2011-10-30 14:10:03
moldb_smiles NC(CCC1=C(CC(N)C(O)=O)C(O)=C[N+](CCCCC(N)C([O-])=O)=C1)C(O)=O
moldb_formula C18H28N4O7
moldb_average_mass 412.4375
moldb_inchi InChI=1S/C18H28N4O7/c19-12(16(24)25)3-1-2-6-22-8-10(4-5-13(20)17(26)27)11(15(23)9-22)7-14(21)18(28)29/h8-9,12-14H,1-7,19-21H2,(H3-,23,24,25,26,27,28,29)
moldb_mono_mass 412.195799270
moldb_inchikey InChIKey=ZAHDXEIQWWLQQL-UHFFFAOYSA-N
moldb_iupac 4-(2-amino-2-carboxyethyl)-3-(3-amino-3-carboxypropyl)-1-(5-amino-5-carboxylatopentyl)-5-hydroxypyridin-1-ium
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Synonyms
Synonym Source
Deoxipyridinoline biospider
Deoxy-pyridinoline biospider
Deoxypiridinoline biospider
Deoxypirydynoline biospider
Deoxypyridinolone biospider
Deoxypyridoline biospider
Desoxypyridinoline biospider
Lysylpyridinoline db_source
Deoxypyridinoline db_source