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Title

Effect of alga Undaria pinnatifida (“wakame”) extract on the quality evolution of chilled megrim (Lepidorhombus whiffiagonis)

AuthorsCampos, Carmen A.; Miranda, José M.; Trigo, Marcos ; Barros-Velázquez, J. ; Aubourg, Santiago P.
KeywordsWakame
Lepidorhombus whiffiagonis
Chilling
Lipid hydrolysis
Lipid oxidation
Microbial activity
Issue Date2019
PublisherBulgarian Academy of Sciences
CitationBulgarian Chemical Communications 51(Special issue A): 137-143 (2019)
AbstractThe current study represents an attempt to apply the alga Undaria pinnatifida for the quality enhancement of fish products. For it, ethanolic extracts of this alga were included in the icing system during the chilling storage of megrim (Lepidorhombus whiffiagonis). Lipid damage and microbial activity were analysed in megrim muscle after 0, 2, 6 and 9 days. An inhibitory effect (p < 0.05) on lipid hydrolysis (free fatty acids assessment) development could be observed as a result of the alga presence in the icing medium. In this study, a low formation of primary (i.e., peroxides) and secondary (thiobarbituric acid reactive substances) lipid oxidation compounds was inferred in both control and treated fish samples. However, determination of fluorescent compounds (tertiary lipid oxidation compounds) revealed lower average scores for treated megrim at advanced storage periods (6-9 days), so that a partial inhibition of lipid oxidation development could be concluded as a result of the presence of the alga extract in the icing medium. Compositional analyses revealed a polyphenol content of 11±1 mg gallic acid equivalent g-1 of lyophilised alga and an antioxidant capacity of 27 % (DPPH assay). Interestingly, aerobes, proteolytic and lipolytic bacteria growth was partly slowed down as compared to their control counterparts. Consequently, the proposed novel employment of U. pinnatifida can be considered a promising strategy to enhance seafood quality
Description7 pages, 2 tables, 1 figure
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/202821
ISSN0861-9808
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