ferulic acid

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fe·ru·lic acid

(fə-ro͞o′lĭk)
n.
A compound, C10H10O4, forming a component of plant cell walls and used in the industrial manufacture of vanillin.

[From New Latin Ferula, plant genus including asafetida (since it was first isolated from asafetida), from Latin ferula, giant fennel; see fescue.]
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Finally, the feruloyl moiety was proposed to be located at position C-6" of glucose with H-6" a and H-6"b ([delta]: 4.
They discuss the taxonomy of these genera and the sister genus Talaromyces; techniques currently used in relation to genomics; a genomic perspective on biological processes of pathogenicity, carbon starvation, sulfur metabolism, feruloyl esterases, secondary metabolism, and pH modulation in these fungi; and an approach to generating targeted mutants using genomics to gain more insight into the mechanism underlying enzyme production.
Wang, Wheat bran feruloyl oligosaccharides enhance the antioxidant activity of rat plasma, Food Chemistry: 123(2), 472-476 (2010).
2006) Enzymatic saccharification of wheat straw for bioethanol production by a combined cellulase xylanase and feruloyl esterase treatment.
The newly developed process incorporates ferulie acid into soybean oil, producing water- resistant feruloyl soy gylcerides capable of absorbing UVA and LWB light.
Scientists have developed a new method for converting soybean oil into a highly effective bio-based sunscreen active ingredient, called feruloyl soy glycerides (FSG), which does not carry the potential health concerns of ingredients in some existing sunscreens.
These cross-links involve oxidative coupling of polysaccharides and glycoproteins by phenollic groups of feruloyl or p-coumaroyl or isodityrosine bridges, and of the monolignols (Cassab & Varner 1988).
Whereas, feruloyl esterase production from Bacillus pumillus was checked in the range of 3 to 46 hours and found that, maximum enzyme production was achieved at 226 hours incubation and reduced with further incubation (44).
Five phenylpropanoids (sinapoyl malate feruloyl malate caffeoyl malate coumaroyl malate 5-hydroxyferuloyl malate) and two glucosinolates (glucobrassicin and neoglucobrassicin) were identified in aromatic region as previously reported by our group [25 26].