vanillin


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va·nil·lin

(vă-nil'in),
Obtained from vanilla and also prepared synthetically; a flavoring agent; used to detect ornithine, sugar alcohols, phenols, and some sterols.

vanillin

(vă-nĭl′ĭn)
A crystalline compound found in vanilla pods or produced synthetically; used for flavoring foods and in pharmaceuticals.
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Additionally, vanillin can allosterically modulate the GABAergic neurotransmission by enhancing the binding of the endogenous receptor agonist (Ha et al.
Endo A, Nakamura T, Ando A, Tokuyasu K, Shima J, Genome-wide screening of the genes required for tolerance to vanillin, which is a potential inhibitor of bioethanol fermentation, in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Biotechnology for Biofuels, 2008;1:3.
Dye decolorization in the presence of different redox mediators: Both the dyes were incubated with gourd peel peroxidase in the presence of different redox mediators including; 6-dimethoxy phenol, 1-hydroxy benzotriazol, p-cumeric acid, pyrocatechol, syringaldehyde, syringic acid, vanillin and veratryl alcohol (1.
Naturally occurring bacterial strains and enzymes can be used as biocatalysts to transform lignin into materials that can be used in industrial applications from vanillin for the food and fragrance industries, to resins for the construction industry, and to carbon fibers for the automotive industry.
Keshava C, Keshava N, Ong TM, Nath J (1998) Protective effect of vanillin on radiation-induced micronuclei and chromosomal aberrations in V79 cell.
During soxhlet extraction the authors tested polar and non-polar solvents (methanol, ethanol, acetone, chloroform, hexane and acetonitrile) and they observed that extraction of vanillin was higher in polar solvents such as ethanol and methanol.
A common smell of old books, says the International League for Antiquarian Booksellers, is a hint of vanilla: "Lignin, which is present in all wood-based paper, is closely related to vanillin.
They smelled hints of vanilla in the relics a useful tip, as the molecule vanillin is produced when a body decomposes, thus not someone who was burned.
Nine phenolic acids (protocatechuic, p-hydroxybenzoic, ferulic, chlorogenic, vanillic, caffeic, vanillin, o- and p- coumaric acids) were extracted, separated, and quantified by HPLC-DAD.
Its rich spicy, vanillin, fruit, balanced acidity and oaky finish would be better with roast lamb.