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Targeted approach for qualitative screening of pesticides in salmon feed by liquid chromatography co...
Library Number: JOUR135013346 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2017 | Content Type: Journal Citations

The current work reports the development and validation of a qualitative screening method for 156 pesticides in Atlantic salmon feeds based on the use of ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) coupled to traveling-wave ion mobility spectromet...

Nontargeted Metabolomic Study on Variation of Phenolics in Different Cranberry Cultivars Using UPLC-...
Library Number: JOUR135013342 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2018 | Content Type: Journal Citations

The metabolomic profiles of American cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) fruits and their variation among 10 diverse cultivars were investigated by ultraperformance liquid chromatography ion-mobility high-resolution mass spectrometry (UPLC-IM – HRMS).

Untargeted metabolomics reveals specific withanolides and fatty acyl glycoside as tentative metaboli...
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•Metabolomics analysis between organic and conventional Physalis peruviana fruits. •There were no significant differences in carotenoids and ascorbic acid content. •Untargeted metabolomics analysis reveals differences between crops. •Withanolides and fatt...

Simultaneous determination of organophosphorus pesticides in fruits and vegetables using atmospheric...
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• The performances of soft ionization from atmospheric pressure ionization source were evaluated. • Two ionization modes for fifteen organophosphorus pesticides with APGC were optimized. • Pretreatment methods for fifteen organophosphorus pesticides in fr...

Diarylheptanoids from Rhizomes of Alpinia officinarum Inhibit Aggregation of α-Synuclein
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Two new diarylheptanoids, alpinin A (1) and alpinin B (2), together with 18 known diarylheptanoids (3–20), were isolated from the rhizomes of Alpinia officinarum. Their structures were elucidated by comprehensive spectroscopic analysis, including high-res...

Investigation of color-deepening phenomenon in catechin-(4 → 8)-dimer as a proanthocyanidin model an...
Library Number: JOUR134965412 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2017 | Content Type: Journal Citations

•Proanthocyanidin was used as a model compound to investigate color deepening. •Red rice samples harvested at different times were subjected to HPLC analysis. •Spectral absorption of the oxidation products between 300 and 500 nm increases. •Color deepenin...

Set-off of non volatile compounds from printing inks in food packaging materials and the role of lac...
Library Number: JOUR134874738 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2015 | Content Type: Journal Citations

Inks are commonly used in food packaging materials and therefore, migration of ink components to food must be studied. Migration from different multilayer materials containing inks to 2 food simulants (ethanol 95% and to Tenax®) was performed, the effect ...

UPLC–ESI-Q-TOF-MSE and GC–MS identification and quantification of non-intentionally added substances...
Library Number: JOUR134876772 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2015 | Content Type: Journal Citations

Biodegradable packagings are made by combination of several materials creating a multilayer with the properties needed. Each material, including the adhesive, could contain substances that could migrate to the food. In this work, gas chromatography couple...

Analytical strategy based on the combination of gas chromatography coupled to time-of-flight and hyb...
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The potential of an advanced analytical strategy based on the use of gas chromatography (GC) coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS) with two different analyzers and ionization sources has been investigated and applied to the non target analys...

Peer-Reviewed literature for microflow LC-MS
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The following is a compendium of microflow LC-MS-based peer reviewed journal articles using Waters® ionKey/MS™ System.

A novel antioxidant peptide derived from wheat germ prevents high glucose-induced oxidative stress i...
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The ingestion of whole wheat products is responsible for the prevention of a number of chronic diseases. The aim of this study is to characterize the molecular properties of a novel wheat germ-derived antioxidant peptide (AOP) in protection against high g...

Combination of 1H NMR and chemometrics to discriminate manuka honey from other floral honey types fr...
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Manuka honey is a product produced essentially in New Zealand, and has been widely recognised for its antibacterial properties and specific taste. In this study, 264 honeys from New Zealand and Australia were analysed using proton NMR spectroscopy coupled...

Flavonoids and a Limonoid from the Fruits of Citrus unshiu and Their Biological Activity
Library Number: JOUR134932204 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2016 | Content Type: Journal Citations

The fruits of Citrus unshiu are one of the most popular and most enjoyed fruits in Korea. As we continue to seek for bioactive metabolites from Korean natural resources, our study on the chemical constituents of the fruits of C. nshiu resulted in the isol...

Targeted approach for qualitative screening of pesticides in salmon feed by liquid chromatography co...
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This novel hyphenation allows a straightforward estimation of the collision cross section (CCS), a physicochemical property that recently has been proposed as an additional identification point for pesticides.

Set-off of non volatile compounds from printing inks in food packaging materials and the role of lac...
Library Number: JOUR134835242 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2015 | Content Type: Journal Citations

Migration from different multilayer materials containing inks to 2 food simulants (ethanol 95% and to Tenax®) was performed, the effect of ink transference and how it was affected by the presence of lacquers in the material was studied.

Identification of the Species of Origin for Meat Products by Rapid Evaporative Ionization Mass Spect...
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Increasingly abundant food fraud cases have brought food authenticity and safety into major focus. This study presents a fast and effective way to identify meat products using rapid evaporative ionization mass spectrometry (REIMS). The experimental setup ...

Pressurized liquids extraction as an alternative process to readily obtain bioactive compounds from ...
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• Passion fruit rinds showed to be rich sources of phenolic compounds. • Isoorientin, vicenin, orientin, vitexin, and isovitexin were quantified. • PLE was more efficient than Soxhlet and maceration to recover phenolics. • High correlation was found betwe...

UPLC–ESI-Q-TOF-MSE and GC–MS identification and quantification of non-intentionally added substances...
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In this work, gas chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry and ultra-high-pressure liquid chromatography coupled with quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry were used to identify the biodegradable adhesive compounds.

Identification of bitter compounds in whole wheat bread crumb
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Consumer acceptability of whole wheat foods is challenged by negative bitter flavour attributes. In this study, bitter compounds in whole wheat bread crumb were investigated. Utilising sensory-guided multi-dimensional fractionation techniques, the compoun...

Identification of substances migrating from plastic baby bottles using a combination of low-resoluti...
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This work presents a strategy for elucidation of unknown migrants from plastic food contact materials (baby bottles) using a combination of analytical techniques in an untargeted approach.

Characterization of Polyphenols from Lycium ruthenicum Fruit by UPLC-Q-TOF/MSE and Their Antioxidant...
Library Number: JOUR134887162 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2016 | Content Type: Journal Citations

The fruit of Lycium ruthenicum Murr. (LRF) has long been used in folk medicine. Nevertheless, detailed information related to its polyphenol compositions remains scarce.

Evaluation of non-volatile metabolites in beer stored at high temperature and utility as an accelera...
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Flavour stability is vital to the brewing industry as beer is often stored for an extended time under variable conditions. Developing an accelerated model to evaluate brewing techniques that affect flavour stability is an important area of research.

Discrimination of honey of different floral origins by a combination of various chemical parameters
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Honey is a high value food commodity with recognized nutraceutical properties. A primary driver of the value of honey is its floral origin. The feasibility of applying multivariate data analysis to various chemical parameters for the discrimination of hon...

A novel Alaska pollack-derived peptide, which increases glucose uptake in skeletal muscle cells, low...
Library Number: JOUR134876765 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2015 | Content Type: Journal Citations

We found that the tryptic digest of Alaska pollack protein exhibits a glucose-lowering effect in KK-Ay mice, a type II diabetic model. We then searched for glucose-lowering peptides in the digest. Ala-Asn-Gly-Glu-Val-Ala-Gln-Trp-Arg (ANGEVAQWR) was identi...

The use of ultra-high pressure liquid chromatography with tandem mass spectrometric detection in the...
Library Number: JOUR134744984 | Format: Web Page | File Size: - | Year: 2013 | Content Type: Journal Citations

In the field of food contaminant analysis, the most significant development of recent years has been the integration of ultra-high pressure liquid chromatography (UHPLC), coupled to tandem quadrupole mass spectrometry (MS/MS), into analytical applications...