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Group 1, diabetic control rats received only 1 ml of distilled water (Db); Group 2, diabetic rats received 5 mg/kg cinnamic acid (Db+CA-5); Group 3, diabetic rats received 10 mg/kg cinnamic acid (Db+CA-10); Group 4, diabetic rats received 5 mg/kg cinnamaldehyde (Db+CD-5); Group 5, diabetic rats received 10 mg/kg cinnamaldehyde (Db+CD-10); Group 6, diabetic rats received 5 mg/kg glibenclamide (Db+GB).
90 ppm increases with the increasing cinnamic acid molar ratio.
has patented a key step in the process; it is using zinc chloride to catalyze the conversion of milkweed oil's triglycerides into the UV-absorbing cinnamic acid derivatives.
Determination of hesperetin, cinnamic acid and nicotinic acid in propolis with micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography.
Other natural compounds selected for this battery of tests included cinnamic acid from cinnamon tree bark; salicylic acid, like that found in willow; and 2,5-DBA (dihydroxybenzaldehyde), found in chard.
The sweeteners studied were sucrose, fructose and aspartame; the flavor substances were ethyl caproate, pinene and cinnamic acid.
Synergistic effects of four cinnamic acid compounds on grain sorghum.
We selected thirteen typical phenolcarboxylic acids (benzoic acid derivatives, cinnamic acid derivatives and their dehydration-condensation products), and found gallic acid, caffeic acid, danshensu, rosmarinic acid and salvianolic acid B showed 50% inhibitory effects on hCOX-2 activity and A549 cells proliferation.
A key step in the process, which ARS has patented, is using zinc chloride to catalyze the conversion of milkweed oil's triglycerides into the UV-absorbing cinnamic acid derivatives.
In a review of the potential use of allelochemicals as herbicides, Putnam (1988) listed 6 classes of allelochemicals namely alkaloids, benzoxazinones, cinnamic acid derivatives, cyanogenic compounds, ethylene and other seed germination stimulants, and flavonoids which had been isolated from over 30 families of terrestrial and aquatic plants.
A number of natural molecules such as non-polar coumarins (imperatorin and isoimperatorin), myricitrin, gossypin, quercetin, naringin, kaempferol, apigenin, hypericin, cardiospermin, chrysin, cinnamic acid, pcoumaric acid, caffeic acid, ferulic acid, sinapic acid, sanjoinine A, obovatol, magnolol, honokiol and linalool, isolated from plants have shown promising anxiolytic activity (Fernandez et al.