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Chlorogenic acid (CGA), the ester formed between caffeic acid and L-quinic acid, is a widespread phenolic compound. It is part of the human diet, found in foods such as coffee, apples, pears, etc. CGA is also was widely used in cosmetics, but the effects of CGA on melanogenesis are unknown. In this study, we analyzed the effects of CGA on cell proliferation, melanin content and tyrosinase of B16 murine melanoma cells. Additionally, the enzymatic reactions of CGA in B16 melanoma cells lyticdoi:10.3390/molecules190912940 pmid:25157464 fatcat:ljjl33soxvbz5gumlg5r3a65wu