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Assessment of antioxidant effectiveness on thermally treated marine lipids by fluorescence detection

AuthorsAubourg, Santiago P.
KeywordsMarine lipids
Lipid oxidation
Issue Date2000
CitationEuropean Food Research and Technology 211(5): 310-315 (2000)
AbstractPrevious research has studied fluorescence development during fish processing; as a result, a bathochromic shift towards higher wavelength maxima was detected and employed successfully as a way of measuring quality changes. In the present work, the same fluorescence analysis was tested for assessing the preservative effect of an antioxidant compound on thermally treated marine lipids. For it, two kinds of marine lipids systems (cod liver oil and horse mackerel white muscle) were heated under different time (up to 15 days), temperature (15ºC, 30ºC and 50ºC) and antioxidant (citric acid) content (0.01-0.50% in the oil systems, w/w; 0.10-1.00% in the fish muscle systems, w/w) conditions. Fluorescence results showed an antioxidant effect at all the temperatures studied; at 50ºC the citric acid presence produced a significant decrease of the bathochromic shift of fluorescence in both the oil and the fish muscle systems when present in the following concentrations rangs: 0.10-0.50% and 0.40-1.00%, respectively. The antioxidant effect of citric acid was also confirmed by the traditional browning development (420 nm) analysis. Good linear correlations were obtained for both fluorescence and browning values with the reaction time at all the temperatures tested. It is concluded that fluorescence analysis could be successfully employed as an accurate tool when studying the effect of antioxidant compounds during marine products manufacture, specially in cases where interaction compounds formation between lipid oxidation products and nucleophilic constituents are prone to be formed.
Description6 páginas, 2 figuras, 4 tablas.-- The final publication is available at www.springerlink.com
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s002170000163
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