Kathrin Fink et al.
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 52(10), 3065-3068 (2004-05-13)
For the authenticity assessment of (E)-methyl cinnamate from different origins, combustion/pyrolysis-isotope ratio mass spectrometry (C/P-IRMS) was used by an elemental analyzer (EA) and on-line capillary gas chromatography coupling (HRGC-C/P-IRMS). For that reason, (E)-methyl cinnamate self-prepared from synthetic, natural, and semisynthetic...
S P Bhatia et al.
Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association, 45 Suppl 1, S113-S119 (2007-11-27)
A toxicologic and dermatologic review of methyl cinnamate when used as a fragrance ingredient is presented.
Yun-Yu Chen et al.
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 60(4), 955-963 (2012-01-26)
Methyl cinnamate, an active component of Zanthoxylum armatum , is a widely used natural flavor compound with antimicrobial and tyrosinase inhibitor activities. However, the underlying bioactivity and molecular mechanisms of methyl cinnamate on adipocyte function and metabolism remain unclear. The...
Bhanu Prakash et al.
International journal of food microbiology, 153(1-2), 183-191 (2011-12-06)
The investigation deals with antifungal, antiaflatoxin and antioxidant efficacy of Zanthoxylum alatum Roxb. essential oil (EO), its two major constituents and their comparison with five commonly used organic acid preservatives. The chemical profile of EO, characterized through GC and GC-MS...
L P Delbressin et al.
Archives of toxicology, 49(3-4), 321-330 (1982-03-01)
The urinary mercapturic acid excretion by female rats of methyl atropate (alpha-phenyl methyl acrylate) and methyl cinnamate (beta-phenyl methyl acrylate) has been studied. On the basis of the structures of these mercapturic acids the conclusion can be drawn that these...