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Scopoletin is a natural coumarin found in a variety of plants, including some species from the genus Scopolia. Like esculetin (Item No. 19286), scopoletin binds iron and is used by plants to acquire iron from alkaline soil.1 Scopoletin inhibits aldose reductase activity in galactose-fed rats, upregulates PPARγ expression, and triggers phosphorylation of Nrf2 in animals.2,3,4
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1. Clemens, S., and weber, M. The essential role of coumarin secretion for Fe acquisition from alkaline soil. Plant Signal.Behav. 11(2), (2016).
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