allyl isothiocyanate

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al·lyl i·so·thi·o·cy·a·nate

allyl obtained from Brassica nigra by the action of water on sinigrin and myrosin or produced synthetically; a vesicant, used in 10% solution in 50% alcohol as a counterirritant in neuralgia. Gives mustard its characteristic flavor and aroma.
See also: mustard oil.
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This obstacle is caused by the nonavailability of amino groups, because a majority of [alpha] and [epsilon] amino groups of most of the commercially purified HRPs are blocked by allylisothiocyanate (4).
and Lisa, M., 'Study on Antifungal Effects of Allylisothiocyanate', Acta Univer.