Molecular Weight(MW): 146.14
Coumarin is a secondary phytochemical with hepatotoxic and carcinogenic properties.
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|Description||Coumarin is a secondary phytochemical with hepatotoxic and carcinogenic properties.|
Coumarin is a fragrant organic chemical compound in the benzopyrone chemical class, which is a colorless crystalline substance in its standard state. Coumarin is a naturally occurring constituent of many plants and essential oils, including tonka beans, sweet clover, woodruff, oil of cassia, and lavender. Coumarin is a member of a class of compounds called benzopyrones. Coumarin compounds have been used to treat such diverse ailments as cancer, bums, brucellosis, and rheumatic disease, and they have been used as antispasmodics. Although coumarin itself has no anticoagulant properties, it is transformed into the natural anticoagulant dicoumarol by a number of species of fungi. This occurs as the result of the production of 4-hydroxycoumarin, then further into the actual anticoagulant dicoumarol, a fermentation product and mycotoxin. This substance is responsible for the bleeding disease known historically as "sweet clover disease" in cattle eating moldy sweet clover silage.
|In vitro||DMSO||29 mg/mL (198.43 mM)|
|Ethanol||29 mg/mL (198.43 mM)|
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