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Table 1 51 growth-inhibitory compounds identified in halo toxicity screen

From: Combining chemical genomics screens in yeast to reveal spectrum of effects of chemical inhibition of sphingolipid biosynthesis

Compound ρ + ρ 0
Antibiotics and antiseptics   
   Antimycin A ++ -
   Cefoperazone sodium ++ ++
   Cetylpyridinium chloride + +
   Chloroxine + +
   Hexachlorophene ++ ++
   Myriocin ++ -
   Thimerosal ++ ++
   Tunicamycin B ++ ++
Anticancer   
   Swainsonine ++ ++
   Dequalinium analog C-14 linker + +
   dhMotC ++ -
Azoles   
   Bifonazole ++ ++
   Butoconazole nitrate +++ +++
   Clotrimazole +++ +++
   Econazole nitrate +++ +++
   Enilconazole ++ ++
   Isoconazole +++ +++
   Ketoconazole ++ ++
   Miconazole +++ +++
   Miconazole nitrate +++ +++
   Oxiconazole nitrate +++ +++
   Sertaconazole nitrate +++ +++
   Sulconazole nitrate +++ +++
Detergents   
   Cetrimonium bromide + +
   Digitonin + +
Flavonoids   
   Luteolin ++ ++
Other   
   Adamantamine fumarate ++ ++
   Amiodarone hydrochloride + +
   Anthothecol + +
   Benzalkonium chloride + +
   Bithionol + +++
   Cedrelone + +
   Celastrol + +
   Dequalinium dichloride ++ ++
   Elaidylphosphocholine + +
   Ellagic acid + +
   Gentian violet ++ ++
   Miltefosine + +
   Obtusaquinone + +
   Phenylmercuric acetate +++ +++
   Phytosphingosine + +
   Plumbagin + +
   Pyrithione zinc ++ ++
   Pyrvinium pamoate + +
   Rapamycin +++ +++
   Shikonin + +
   SKF96365 ++ ++
   Suloctidil ++ -
   Thiram + +
   Tomatidine hydrochloride + +
   Totarol + +
  1. Comparison between respiratory-proficient and -deficient yeast strains.