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Methyl cinnamate was used to inhibit monophenolase and diphenolase activity of mushroom tyrosinase and it also has antimicrobial ability. It is mainly is used in the flavor and perfume industries. It is known to attract males of various orchid bees, such as Aglae caerulea.
Donald G.Lee; Udo A.Spitzer. The oxidation of methyl cinnamate by ruthenium tetroxide. J. Org. Chem. 1976, 41, (22),3644-3644
Gerd Hallnemo; Christina Ullenius. Intramolecularly assisted addition of LiMe2 Cu to methyl cinnamates. Tetrahedron Letters. 1986, 27, (3),395-398
Hazard Statements: H303
May be harmful if swallowed.
Precautionary Statements: P312a