Anthranilate is utilised as a fragrance as well as food flavoring and is GRAS classified by the US Food and Drug Administration. This chemical undergoes stringent tests to ensure its flawless quality.
A soft metallic element occurring primarily in zinc, copper, and lead ores that is used in low-friction fatigue-resistant alloys, solders, batteries, nuclear reactor shields, and electroplating. Atomic number 48.
Cinnamyl anthranilate is metabolized by hydrolysis to anthranilic acid and cinnamyl alcohol, which is oxidized to benzoic acid. In mice, but not in rats or humans, the hydrolysis is saturated at high doses, leading to excretion of unchanged cinnamyl anthranilate in the urine.
Methyl anthranilate, also known as MA, methyl 2-aminobenzoate or carbomethoxyaniline, is an ester of anthranilic acid. Its chemical formula is C8H9NO2.