Vanillic acid - CAS 121-34-6
Catalog number: 121-34-6
Please be kindly noted products are not for therapeutic use. We do not sell to patients.
Molecular Formula:
C8H8O4
Molecular Weight:
168.2
COA:
Inquire
Chemical Family:
Phenols
Description:
Vanillin, a compound widely used in foods, beverages, cosmetics and drugs, has been reported to exhibit multifunctional effects such as antimutagenic, antiangiogenetic, anti-colitis, anti-sickling, and antianalgesic effects. However, results of studies on the antioxidant activity of vanillin are not consistent.
Purity:
>98%
Appearance:
Powder
Synonyms:
PROTOCATECHUIC ACID 3-METHYL ETHER; TIMTEC-BB SBB008280; RARECHEM AL BO 0061; VANILLIC ACID; VENILLIC ACID; 4-HYDROXY-3-METHOXYBENZOIC ACID; AKOS BBS-00003785; FEMA 3988
MSDS:
Inquire
Application:
Antifungal
Quality Standard:
Enterprise Standard
Quantity:
Grams-Kilos
1.[Weed-suppressive effect of phenolic acids].
He H;Liang Y;Jia X;Song B;Guo Y;Liang K;Lin W Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao. 2004 Dec;15(12):2342-6.
Allelochemical substitutions salicylic acid, p-hydroxybenzonic acid, cinnamic acid, vanillic acid and ferulic acid were tested in a gyrating regression experiment to study the weed-suppressive effect of phenolic acids on the root growth of barnyardgrass. The results showed that cinnamic acid had a significant inhibitory effect, its square item regression coefficient being -6.18; salicylic acid, p-hydroxybenzonic acid and ferulic acid had the same trend of weed-suppressive potential as cinnamic acid, while vanillic acid had a different weed-suppressive effect from the others. The inhibition rate (IR) on the root growth of barnyardgrass reached its highest level (78.5%) when 0.06 mmol x L(-1) salicylic acid, 0.60 mmol x L(-1) p-hydrobenzonic acid, 0.24 mmol x L(-1) cinnamic acid, 0.02 mmol x L(-1) vannillic acid and 0.02 mmol x L(-1) ferullic acid were mixed together to apply.
2.Phenylphosphate carboxylase: a new C-C lyase involved in anaerobic phenol metabolism in Thauera aromatica.
Schühle K;Fuchs G J Bacteriol. 2004 Jul;186(14):4556-67.
The anaerobic metabolism of phenol in the beta-proteobacterium Thauera aromatica proceeds via carboxylation to 4-hydroxybenzoate and is initiated by the ATP-dependent conversion of phenol to phenylphosphate. The subsequent para carboxylation of phenylphosphate to 4-hydroxybenzoate is catalyzed by phenylphosphate carboxylase, which was purified and studied. This enzyme consists of four proteins with molecular masses of 54, 53, 18, and 10 kDa, whose genes are located adjacent to each other in the phenol gene cluster which codes for phenol-induced proteins. Three of the subunits (54, 53, and 10 kDa) were sufficient to catalyze the exchange of 14CO2 and the carboxyl group of 4-hydroxybenzoate but not phenylphosphate carboxylation. Phenylphosphate carboxylation was restored when the 18-kDa subunit was added. The following reaction model is proposed. The 14CO2 exchange reaction catalyzed by the three subunits of the core enzyme requires the fully reversible release of CO2 from 4-hydroxybenzoate with formation of a tightly enzyme-bound phenolate intermediate. Carboxylation of phenylphosphate requires in addition the 18-kDa subunit, which is thought to form the same enzyme-bound energized phenolate intermediate from phenylphosphate with virtually irreversible release of phosphate.
3.Molecularly imprinted polymer for caffeic acid by precipitation polymerization and its application to extraction of caffeic acid and chlorogenic acid from Eucommia ulmodies leaves.
Miura C;Matsunaga H;Haginaka J J Pharm Biomed Anal. 2016 Aug 5;127:32-8. doi: 10.1016/j.jpba.2015.12.052. Epub 2015 Dec 30.
Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) for caffeic acid (CA) were prepared using 4-vinylpyridine and methacrylamide (MAM) as functional monomers, divinylbenzene as a crosslinker and acetonitrile-toluene (3:1, v/v) as a porogen by precipitation polymerization. The use of MAM as the co-monomer resulted in the formation of microsphere MIPs and non-imprinted polymers (NIPs) with ca. 3- and 5-μm particle diameters, respectively. Binding experiments and Scatchard analyses revealed that the binding capacity and affinity of the MIP to CA are higher than those of the NIP. The retention and molecular-recognition properties of the prepared MIPs were evaluated using water-acetonitrile and sodium phosphate buffer-acetonitrile as mobile phases in hydrophilic interaction chromatography (HILIC) and reversed-phase chromatography, respectively. In HILIC mode, the MIP showed higher molecular-recognition ability for CA than in reversed-phase mode. In addition to shape recognition, hydrophilic interactions seem to work for the recognition of CA on the MIP in HILIC mode, while hydrogen bonding and hydrophobic interactions seem to work for the recognition of CA in reversed-phase mode. The MIP had a specific molecular-recognition ability for CA in HILIC mode, while other structurally related compounds, such as chlorogenic acid (CGA), gallic acid, protocatechuic acid and vanillic acid, could not be recognized by the MIP.
Molecular Weight Calculator Molarity Calculator Solution Dilution Calculator

Related Phenols Products


CAS 56222-03-8 Porson

Porson
(CAS: 56222-03-8)

Porson isolated from the root bark of Myrica cerifera L.

CAS 132302-25-1 Hemiphroside B nonaacetate

Hemiphroside B nonaacetate
(CAS: 132302-25-1)

CAS 72520-92-4 Paeonolide

Paeonolide
(CAS: 72520-92-4)

CAS 147821-49-6 Niazimicin

Niazimicin
(CAS: 147821-49-6)

Niazimicin is a natural compound isolated from the seeds of Moringa oleifera, showing antimicrobial activity.

CAS 121-79-9 Propyl Gallate

Propyl Gallate
(CAS: 121-79-9)

CAS 479-20-9 ATRANORIN

ATRANORIN
(CAS: 479-20-9)

Atranorin, which can be found in the herbs of Parmelia tinctorum Despr, has a relevant redox-active action, acting as a pro-oxidant or antioxidant agent dependi...

CAS 625096-18-6 Viniferol D

Viniferol D
(CAS: 625096-18-6)

Viniferol D isolated from the stem of Vitis vinifera.

CAS 708-53-2 2',3'-Dihydroxy-4'-methoxyacetophenone

2',3'-Dihydroxy-4'-methoxyacetophenone
(CAS: 708-53-2)

2',3'-Dihydroxy-4'-methoxyacetophenone is a natural phenolic compound found in several plants.

Chemical Structure

CAS 121-34-6 Vanillic acid

Quick Inquiry

Verification code

Featured Items