cinnamaldehyde


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cin·na·mal·de·hyde

(sin'ă-mal'de-hīd),
Chief constituent of cinnamon oil.
Synonym(s): cinnamic aldehyde
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The antimicrobial impact of cinnamaldehyde (a non-phenolic phenylpropene and main active compound of cinnamon) in suggested to arise through its carbonyl group interaction with proteins in the periplasm and inactivation microbial enzymes (Burt, 2004).
Cinnamaldehyde peaks in extracts from veneer specimens treated with 10 percent cinnamon oil represented 13.
Not only does it quench the burn of oxidation, it is actually activated by oxidation so the compound can interact with the cysteines on the tau protein in a way similar to the protective action of cinnamaldehyde.
Working with researchers around the world, BARC scientists have found that dietary supplements, such as green tea and cinnamaldehyde, can strengthen the poultry immune system.
The most potent antibacterial constituents were cinnamaldehyde followed by eugenol (obtained from Eugenia caryophillis, clove) and carvacrole (Ali 2005, Tabak 1999).
Of the flavor compounds identified, ethyl citrate is acutely toxic with oral dosing; cinnamaldehyde is an oral irritant; and coumarin, a liver and kidney toxicant, has been banned for decades as an additive in foods, although not in tobacco.
Apple-based edible films containing carvacrol and cinnamaldehyde can restrict the growth of C.
Chewing gum that contains cinnamaldehyde has also been shown to kill bacteria in saliva and on the tongue that cause halitosis.
Specifically, cinnamaldehyde and eugenol are currently being used by many dairy producers in Europe and a few in the United States.
An additional butterfly bush flower odorant, cinnamaldehyde, which did not stimulate antennal responses in our study, is found in odor of flowers of S.
5% of a map odor counteractant selected from amyl cinnamaldehyde, benzophenone, benzyl benzoate, benzyl isoeugenol, benzyl phenyl acetate, benzyl salicylate, butyl cinnamate, cinnamyl butyrate, cinnamyl isovalerate, cinnamyl propionate, decyl acetate, ethyl myristate, isobutyl cinnamate, isoamyl salicylate, phenethyl benzoate, phenethyl phenyl acetate, triethyl citrate, tripropylene glycol n-butyl ether and combinations thereof; approximately 95% of at least one of an alkali metal inorganic salt and an alkaline-earth metal inorganic salt; 0.
In the current study, three plant-derived compounds found in normal dietary sources, resveratrol, piperine, and cinnamaldehyde, were tested for anti-cancer activity, specifically for growth effect on proliferation of human colon cancer cells.