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The levels of ten free bioactive amines, as well as pH and color characteristics, were determined in different types and brands of instant coffee. The amines were extracted with trichloroacetic acid and quantified by ion-pair HPLC, post-column derivatization with o -phthalaldehyde and...
Emblica fruits have long been endowed with many pharmacological properties, which are attributable to their rich vitamin C content. A recent report that Emblica fruits do not contain ascorbic acid, but contain two hydrolysable low molecular weight tannins with antioxidant attributes, thus...
A survey was carried out to determine the content of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) in various dairy products. The only detected CLA isomer was cis- 9 trans- 11 linoleic acid. Commercial samples of yoghurt, fermented milk and cheese were analyzed: 16 standard yoghurts, 6 organic yoghurts, 8...
Limited iron bioavailability is regarded as one of the most confounding factors responsible for low iron absorption and utilisation. In the gastrointestinal lumen of humans and monogastric animals, iron absorption is highly affected by dietary components that decrease or enhance iron...
The tocopherol ( α -, γ -, and δ -) and carotenoid ( α -carotene, β -carotene, β -cryptoxanthin, lutein, zeaxanthin, and lycopene) contents of seven raw fruits and 14 raw or processed (cooked or fermented) vegetables commonly consumed by young children in Kwangju, Republic of Korea, were...
The contents of calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorous, aluminium, cobalt, copper, iron, manganese, nickel, selenium, zinc, cadmium and lead in cereal products, fruits and vegetables were analysed and the results were compared with those obtained 30 years previously in food samples from...
Four semi-quantitative screening methods were developed for plant breeding purposes to identify iron (Fe) and zinc (Zn)-dense genotypes in germplasm, elite lines and early generation progeny. Methods include colour image analysis for Fe and Zn in wheat and rice grains, and spectrophotometric...
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