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cinnamaldehyde (cinnamic aldehyde)

a flavoring agent; an antimutagen but recent studies showed that high doses of cinnamaldehyde in the liver may produce a clastogenic and possibly a promoting effect for hepatocarcinogenesis
Also Known As:
cinnamic aldehyde; 3-phenyl-2-propenal; 3-phenylprop-2-enaldehyde; beta-phenylacrolein; cinnamic aldehyde, (E)-isomer; supercinnamaldehyde; trans-3-phenylprop-2-enaldehyde; trans-cinnamaldehyde
Networked: 499 relevant articles (50 outcomes, 99 trials/studies)

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1. Wu, Shu-Jing: 5 articles (12/2013 - 11/2004)
2. Calixto, João B: 4 articles (01/2020 - 01/2016)
3. Fernandes, Elizabeth S: 4 articles (01/2020 - 01/2016)
4. Ferro, Thiago A F: 4 articles (01/2020 - 01/2016)
5. Monteiro-Neto, Valério: 4 articles (01/2020 - 01/2016)
6. Kim, Soo-A: 4 articles (11/2017 - 12/2012)
7. Arendt-Nielsen, Lars: 4 articles (01/2017 - 01/2016)
8. Zou, Xi: 4 articles (01/2017 - 02/2014)
9. Wang, Siwang: 4 articles (12/2016 - 01/2007)
10. Lin, Chun-Ching: 4 articles (12/2013 - 11/2004)

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