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  • Coumarin is a chemical compound (benzopyrone); a toxin found in many plants, notably in high concentration in the tonka bean, vanilla grass, woodruff, mullein, and bison grass.
  • Coumarin has blood-thinning, anti-fungicidal and anti-tumor activities.
  • The biosynthesis of coumarin in plants is via hydroxylation, glycolysis and cyclization of cinnamic acid.
  •  Coumarin can be prepared in a laboratory in a Perkin reaction between salicylaldehyde and acetic anhydride.
  • The air-dried stem and root barks of Galipea trifololiata contain a third previously unreported coumarin identified as 7-isopentenyloxy.
  • coumarin-4-acetic acids 1-3 using method common for peptide synthesis6 .
  • Reaction of coumarin-4-acetic acid with -hydroxy succinimide  in the presence of di cyclo hexyl carbo diimide  gave NHS ester, which was coupled with linker moiety to give protected product in yield 57-75% after chromatography.
  • Coumarin derivatives (dicumarol, ethyl biscoumacetate, and warfarin) are oral anticoagulants, as are the indandione derivatives.
  • Use of any of these agents during pregnancy may result in significant problems for the fetus and newborn.
  • Micelles formed by an amphiphilic diblock copolymer composed of PEO and PCMA are electro chemically active in aqueous electrolyte solution, displaying an irreversible oxidation process of coumarin at a potential of about 1.75 V.
  • The host–guest complex of C-methyl resorcin arene with coumarin and thiocoumarin has been characterized by single crystal X-ray diffraction technique.
  • Coumarin-3-carboxylic acid  and CA anions in free space produce broad emissions centered at 438 nm when excited by 337.1-nm UV light.
  • Ultra fast photo induced electron transfer in coumarin 343 sensitized TiO2-colloidal solution.
  • New orange fluorescent dyes based on coumarin, which has high fluorescence yield and chemical stability, have been synthesized.
  •  It has a sweet scent, readily recognised as the scent of newly-mown hay, and has been used in perfumes.
  • It has clinical medical value as the precursor for several anticoagulants, notably warfarin, and is used as a gain medium in some dye lasers.
  • Coumarin has been used in the treatment of lymphedema.
  • This medication is a blood thinner used to keep blood flowing smoothly and prevent the formation of blood clots.
  • Coumarin is also used formedicinal purposes to treat oedemas.
  • Coumarin
  • What is Coumarin
  • Coumarin
  • Frequently Asked Questions about coumarin
  • Phytochemical
  • Coumarin Types Drugs.
  • Coumarins
  • Effects of Coumarin and Sparteine on Attachment to Cellulose and Cellulolysis by Neocallimastix frontalis
  • New Monoterpenoid Coumarins from Clausena anisum-olens
  • A Coumarin from Galipea Trifoliata
  • Synthesis of Coumarin-functionalized Calix[4]arene and Selective Recognition for L-Tryptophan
  • Urinary Metabolites of Coumarin and o-Coumaric Acid
  • Synthesis of Novel Coumarin Based Flurocent Probes
  • Coumarin The Real Story
  • Efficient Orange Organic Light-Emitting Diodes Doped with Coumarin Dyes
  • Down-Conversion of UV Light by a Layered Solid Intercalated with Coumarin-3-Carboxylicacid Anions
  • Self assembly of C-methyl resorcin[4]arene with coumarin and thiocoumarin: A nanotubular array with a near perfect lock and key fit.
  • Ultrafast photoinduced electron transfer in coumarin 343 sensitized TiO2-colloidal solution
  • Effects of Cloricromene, a Coumarin Derivative, on Endotoxin-Induced Uveitis in Lewis Rats
  • Electrochemically Active Block Copolymer Micelles Containing Coumarin Moieties
  • Inhibition of the Symbiotic Fungus of Leaf-Cutting Ants by Coumarins
  • Coumarins and Alkaloids from the Stems of Metrodorea Flavida
  • Coumarin Derivatives
  • Opinion on coumarin
  • Coumarin Report
  • Coumarin
  • Safety data for coumarin 450
  • Coumarin 6
  • Safety data for coumarin 153
  • Coumarin
  • Coumarin in Cigarettes
  • Comparison of Coumarin-Induced Toxicity between Sandwich-Cultured Primary Rat Hepatocytes and Rats in Vivo: A Toxicogenomics Approach
  • Coumarin Glycosides
  • Opinion of the Scientific Panel on Food Additives, Flavourings, Processing Aids and Materials in Contacts with Food on a request from the Commission related to Coumarin
  • Pesticide Toxicity Profile: Coumarin and Indandione
  • Toxicity of Coumarin.
  • Competitive intramolecular nucleophilic aromatic substitution: a new route to coumarins
  • Derivatization of Peptides with Alexa Fluor 350 for Analysis of Proteomic Samples by High-Throughput
  • Coumadin (and other coumarin drugs) - long-term use
  • coumarin in cinamon cookies
  • Stability of the complexes of some lanthanides with coumarin derivatives.
  • Lack of effect of coumarin in women with Lymphedema after treatment For Breast Cancer
  • Suppliers of Coumarin
  • Coumarin Suppliers
  • Manufacturers of Coumarin
  • Exporters of Coumarin
  • Consultants From California
  • Consultants from Columbia
  • Coumarin Experts
  • Consultants from Pakistan
  • Consultants from US
  • Consultants from USA
  • Triazinylamino-Coumarin
  • Coumarins
  • Coumarins Derivatives Process for their preparation, Their use & Thiazolyl Acetic acid derivatives as intermediates
  • Coumarin process & Nickel Electroplating Bath
  • Process for the isolation of compound scopoletin useful as Nitric Oxide Synthesis Inhibitor
  • Production of Coumarin

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