Caffeic acid

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an acid obtained from coffee tannin, as a yellow crystalline substance, C9H8O4.

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annuum, but some free phenolics (cinnamate, p-coumarate, caffeate, ferulate, vanillin and vanillylamine) are sometimes detected in small quantities in development stage because they suggest being intermediaries in the synthesis of capsaicinoids and lignin and the concentration of the latter increases during maturation (Sukrasno and Yeoman, 1993), which could explain the little variation of these metabolites between premature and mature fruits of the present study.
Summary: Two new alkaloidal steroid glycosides; solanoid A and B (1 and 2), along with two known alkaloidal steroid glycosides; solamargine (3) and khasianine (4) a known steroidal saponin; dioscin (5), a benzoylated steroid, carpesterol (6) methyl caffeate (7), ferulic acid (8) and oleic acid (9) were isolated from the methanolic extract of Solanum surattense.
investigated the antiarthritic potential of ethyl caffeate (ECF) isolated from Elephantopus scaber L.
Reported crystals of proteins include CAPE (2) (PDB ID: 4QRF), ferulic acid phenetyl ester (FAPE) (4PWF), ethyl caffeate (4) (4PWG), and other derivatives [40].
Furthermore, it has been reported that benzyl caffeate, isolated from propolis, inhibits the formation of lipid peroxides and very low doses of propolis ethanol extract exert an antilipid peroxidative action [15].
Order and disorder: differential structural impacts of myricetin and ethyl caffeate on human amylase, an antidiabetic target.
Water deficits affect caffeate O-methyltransferase, lignifications, and related enzymes in maize leaves.
Each capsule of GutGard contained 150 mg of active components of licorice root (Clycyrrhiza glabra): glabridin (at least 3.5%), glabrol (at least 0.5%), eicosanyl caffeate (at least 0.1 %), docosyl caffeate (at least 0.1 %), and glycyrrhizin (not more than 0.5%; licorice root typically contains 4% glycyrrhizin).
Caffeoyl azides, 2-azidoethyl diacetyl caffeate 11 and N-(2-azidoethyl) diacetyl caffeamide 12 (Scheme 2), were obtained similar to their cinnamyl analogs by condensing diacetylcaffeoyl chloride with either 2-azidoethanol or 2azidoethanamine in pyridine/C[H.sub.2][Cl.sub.2] [37].
Chang et al., "A novel antioxidant, octyl caffeate, suppression of LPS/IFN-y-induced inducible nitric oxide synthase gene expression in rat aortic smooth muscle cells," Biochemical Pharmacology, vol.