cinnamate


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cin·na·mate

(sin'ă-māt),
A salt or ester of cinnamic acid.
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This product is of great commercial interest for use in organic filters due to its high content of cinnamate derivatives such as aliphatic diesters of p-methoxicinnamic acid or hydroxy cinnamic acid.
Park et al., "Cinnamate Supplementation Enhances Hepatic Lipid Metabolism and Antioxidant Defense Systems in High Cholesterol-Fed Rats," Journal of Medicinal Food, vol.
Twelve aroma components were positively correlated with the second PC (33.69%) including eugenol, ethyl cinnamate, acetic acid, ethyl myristate, and methyl butyrate.
The subjects sniffed aqueous solutions of cinnamaldehyde, methyl cinnamate, citral, citronellol, geraniol and phenyl ethyl alcohol (PEA) at low (1 ppm to 2.5 ppm) and mid-range concentrations (4 ppm to 100 ppm), in two separate sessions.
This species, like other spices is rich in phenolic compounds such as flavonoids and phenolic acids and also rich in alcoholic extract such as cineole, methyl cinnamate, myrecene and contains various flavones such as galangin, alpinin, kampferide and 3-dioxy-4-methoxy [17].
Paxidal, a sesquiterpene dialdehyde cinnamate constituent, has been identified as a main active constituent.
gratissimum commonly known as basilica oils has been reported to contain some chemical compounds and active ingredients such as eugenol, linalol, methyl cinnamate, camphor and thymol [6, 7].
Cinnamic acids and its derivatives (i-iv) (Figure 1) such as ethyl cinnamate, sodium cinnamate, and benzylcinnamate have century old history as potential antituberculosis agents [4-7].
Kanwar, "Synthesis of medically important ethyl cinnamate ester by porcine pancreatic lipase immobilized on poly(AAc-co-HPMA-cl-EGDMA) hydrogel," Journal of Applied Polymer Science, vol.
This assignment is based on our previous results which showed that the peak at 3513 [cm.sup.-1] was absent in HDSs containing cinnamate anions (no OH substitution on the benzene ring) [21].
36###Methyl 3,4-dihydroxy cinnamate (36)###Phenol derivative###H.
roseum viene del methyl cinnamate, la cual tambien esta presente en las fragancias de Stanhopea spp., y Gongora spp., mientras que el compuesto eucalyptol (i-8-cineole) es responsable del olor a medicina de Stanhopea cirrhata (Withner, 1974) (Cuadro 3).