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Caffeoylquinic acid

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Caffeoylquinic acids (CQA) are compounds composed of a quinic acid core, acylated with one or more caffeoyl groups. There is a positive correlation between the number of caffeoyl groups bound to quinic acid and the rate of ATP production.[1] Compounds of this class include:


  1. ^ Miyamae, Y.; Kurisu, M.; Han, J.; Isoda, H.; Shigemori, H. (2011). "Structure–Activity Relationship of Caffeoylquinic Acids on the Accelerating Activity on ATP Production". Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin. 59 (4): 502–507. PMID 21467684.