Between the break-down of chlorogenic acid and the build-up of quinic acid exists a clear correlation: the content of quinic acid increases linear to the breakdown of the chlorogenic acid.
While the content of formic acid, acetic acid and quinic acid partially increased marginally, the concentration of pyruvic acid is altogether lower than during the initial measurement.
This UV model was strongly supported by the fact, that QAL another model ester of quinic acid, could not be used by this UV method.
For AC-11, a quinic acid peak was detected and identified.
Vanillic acid glycoside and quinic acid
derivatives from Gardeniae Fructus.
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The 10 subjects were instructed to drink two 500 ml bottles of Quinic acid (QuinmaX[TM]) per day (1000 mg/day) for 60 days.
Bioassay-directed fractionation of EHS led to the isolation of the active compounds L-( + )-bornesitol (1), quinic acid (2) and rutin.
9 mg) was submitted to gel filtration over Sephadex LH-20 eluted with MeOH, affording quinic acid (2, 131.
Keywords: Caesalpinia spinosa (Tara); Quinic acid gallates; ILSMR; MRSA
In this paper, we report the isolation, structural determination and ILSMR effect of the active compounds, quinic acid gallates, from Tara.
Neuroprotective and neurotrophic effects of quinic acids
from Aster scaber in PC12 cells.