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Mohamad I Farbood, Robert W Blocker, Lynda B McLean, Mark A Sprecker, Michael P McLean, Nicolas Kossiakoff, Augustine Yonghwi Kim, Myrna Hagedorn: Bioprocess for the high-yield production of food flavor-acceptable jasmonic acid and methyl jasmonate. International Flavors & Fragrances, Joseph P Leightner, December 25, 2001: US06333180 (22 worldwide citation)

Described is a bioprocess for the high-yield production of food flavor-acceptable jasmonic acid and methyl jasmonate, as well as a novel jasmonic acid isomer produced thereby and organoleptic uses thereof. The process yields at least 5% of the “cis” isomer defined according the structure:


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Mohamad I Farbood, Robert W Blocker, Lynda B McLean, Mark A Sprecker, Michael P McLean, Nicolas Kossiakoff, Augustine Yonghwi Kim, Myrna Hagedorn: Bioprocess for the high-yield production of food flavor-acceptable jasmonic acid and methyl jasmonate, novel jasmonic acid isomer produced thereby and uses thereof. International Flavors & Fragrances, Joseph F Leightner, October 1, 2002: US06458569 (3 worldwide citation)

Described is a bioprocess for the high-yield production of food flavor-acceptable jasmonic acid and methyl jasmonate, as well as a novel jasmonic acid isomer produced thereby and organoleptic uses thereof. The process yields at least 5% of the “cis” isomer defined according the structure:


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Mohamad I Farbood, Robert W Blocker, Joseph Arvizzigno, Ranya Muralidhara: Mixtures of optical isomers of styralyl alcohol and organoleptic uses thereof. International Flavors & Fragrances, Joseph F Leightner, August 5, 2003: US06602535 (3 worldwide citation)

Described are novel mixtures of optical isomers of (i) styralyl alcohol (&agr;-phenylethyl alcohol) or (ii) styralyl acetate (a-phenylethyl acetate), fermentation processes for preparing same and organoleptic uses for same as aroma or food flavor ingredients.


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Mohamad I Farbood, Robert W Blocker, Joseph Arvizzigno, Ranya Muralidhara: Mixtures of optical isomers of styralyl alcohol or styralyl acetate, processes for preparing same and organoleptic uses thereof. International Flavors & Fragrances, Arthur L Liberman, January 28, 2003: US06511686 (2 worldwide citation)

Described are novel mixtures of optical isomers of (i) styralyl alcohol (&agr;-phenylethyl alcohol) or (ii) styralyl acetate (&agr;-phenylethyl acetate), fermentation processes for preparing same and organoleptic uses for same as aroma or food flavor ingredients.


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Mohamad I Farbood, Augustine Yonghwi Kim, Robert W Blocker: Process for preparing acetophenone, products produced therefrom and organoleptic uses of said products. International Flavors & Fragrances, Arthur L Liberman, December 26, 2000: US06165517 (1 worldwide citation)

A process for producing acetephenone from a source of cinnamic acid is carried out with high amounts of oxygen and sugar in the presence of a bacteria species. Fragrance compositions and foodstuff compositions are augmented and enhanced by the presence of the product compound.


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Mohamad I Farbood, Augustine Yonghwi Kim, Robert W Blocker: Process for preparing acetophenone, products produced therefrom and organoletpic uses of said products. International Flavors & Fragrances, Arthur L Liberman, November 19, 2002: US06482794 (1 worldwide citation)

A process for producing acetephenone from a source of cinnamic acid is carried out with high amounts of oxygen and sugar in the presence of a bacteria species. Fragrance compositions and foodstuff compositions are augmented and enhanced by the presence of the product compound.


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Mohamad I Farbood, Laura E Kizer, James A Morris, Gail Harris, Lynda B McLean, Robert W Blocker: Optical isomer of delta decalactone and organoleptic uses thereof. International Flavors & Fragrances, Joseph F Leightner, August 7, 2001: US06271194

Described are optical isomers of (+) &dgr;-decalactone and (+) &dgr;-dodecalactone which impart, augment and/or enhance the aroma and/or taste of consumable materials including foodstuffs, chewing gums, toothpastes, beverages, fragrance compositions, colognes and perfumed articles such as ...


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Mohamad I Farbood, Robert W Blocker, Lynda B McLean, Mark A Sprecker, Michael P McLean, Nicolas Kossiakoff, Augustine Yonghwi Kim, Myrna Hagedorn: Jasmonic acid and jasmonic acid ester stereoisomers and compositions. International Flavors & Fragrances, Elizabeth M Quirk, Joseph F Leightner, July 31, 2007: US07250160

Described is a bioprocess for the high-yield production of food flavor-acceptable jasmonic acid and methyl jasmonate, as well as a novel jasmonic acid isomer produced thereby and organoleptic uses thereof. The process yields at least 5% of the “cis” isomer defined according the structure: (wherein R ...


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Mohamad I Farbood, Robert W Blocker, Joseph Arvizzigno, Ranya Muralidhara: Mixtures of optical isomers of styralyl alcohol or styralyl acetate, processes for preparing same and organoleptic uses thereof. International Flavor & Fragrances, Elizabeth M Quirk, Joseph F Leightner, July 24, 2007: US07247332

Described are novel mixtures of optical isomers of (i) styralyl alcohol (α-phenylethyl alcohol) or (ii) styralyl acetate (α-phenylethyl acetate), fermentation processes for preparing same and organoleptic uses for same as aroma or food flavor ingredients.


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Mohamad I Farbood, Robert W Blocker, Joseph Arvizzigno, Ranya Muralidhara: Mixtures of optical isomers of styralyl alcohol or styralyl acetate, processes for preparing same and organoleptic uses thereof. Joseph F Leightner Esq, International Flavors & Fragrances, July 1, 2004: US20040126471-A1

Described are novel mixtures of optical isomers of (i) styralyl alcohol (-phenylethyl alcohol) or (ii) styralyl acetate (-phenylethyl acetate), fermentation processes for preparing same and organoleptic uses for same as aroma or food flavor ingredients.