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cin·nam·ic

(si-nam'ik),
Relating to cinnamon.
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Haider and Martin (1975) reported that 14C-labeled benzoic and cinnamic acids were aerobically catabolized within two weeks of entering the soil.
For this reason, an APC-labeled anti-CD86 antibody was used for THP-1 analysis after exposure to citral, cinnamic aldehyde, 3-aminophenol and acetaminophen.
were mainly procyanidin B2, cinnamic acid, caffeic acid, chlorogenic acid and so on, and solvent extraction methods have been commonly used for extracting Phyllanthus emblica L.
Cinnamon contains volatile oils such as cinnamaldehyde, eugenol, and cinnamic acid; phenolic compounds such as tannin, catechins, and proanthocyandins; monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes; and trace coumarin (Anderson et al.
In this research, the team used both natural and laboratory-built versions, called "analogs," of certain compounds, including modified forms of thymol, cinnamic acid, and vanillin, like that from vanilla bean.
To translate this into terms I had at least heard of--and perhaps you have, too--forms of caffeic, ferrulic, coumaric and cinnamic acid often indulge in "radical trapping" alongside the better known oxygen cops.
Two common fragrance allergens, cinnamic alcohol and cinnamic aldehyde, are components of balsam of Peru.
1839 Isolated (with Peligot) cinnamic aldehyde from oil of Cinnamon.
With the aforementioned precluded, we tested several other aldehydes, including 2-hexanal, cinnamic aldehyde, glyceraldehyde, furaldehyde, and 5-hydroxymethyl-2-furaldehyde, together with several compounds such as glycine-MDA, methionine-MDA, and dianil-MDA, which contain the MDA moiety [11].
Tenders are invited for Procurement of CINNAMIC ALCOHOL (E.
5 and 10 mM decreased SOD activity from the tomato root during the first five days after treatment, whereas cinnamic acid treatment decreased SOD activity at five and 10 days after treatment (Zhang et al.