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meta-Hydroxyphenylhydracrylic acid is a metabolite in the degradation of (+)-catechin in the crab-eating macaque (Macaca irus) excreted in the urine. It is also a substance found in human urine.
- N. P. Das (1974). "Studies on flavonoid metabolism: Excretion of m-Hydroxyphenylhydracrylic Acid from (+)-Catechin in the Monkey (Macaca iris sp.)". Drug Metab Dispos 2 (3): 209–213. PMID 4153081.
- Marvin D. Armstrong and Kenneth N. F. Shaw (1956). "The occurrence of (-)-β-m-hydroxyphenyl-hydracrylic acid in human urine" (PDF). Journal of Biological Chemistry 225 (1): 269–78. PMID 13416236.
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