Aromatization

Quinic acid is found in food products such as coffee, tea, fruits, and vegetables. Quinic acid has an aliphatic cyclic structure. Quinic acid is excreted in the urine as hippuric acid, an aromatic ring containing compound (53). Evidence that the intestinal bacteria are involved in the aromatization comes from the observation that hippuric acid is not formed when Quinic acid is given parenterally, and the formation of hippuric acid is inhibited when the antibiotic neomycin is given to humans (53). These findings strongly support the hypotheses that aromatization occurs as a result of intestinal bacterial action.

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