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Analysis and Decrease of Cyanogenic Glucosides in Flaxseed  [2005]

Park, E.R. (Korea Food and Drug Administration, Seoul, Republic of Korea), E-mail: jisein@hanmail.net Hong, J.H. (Korea Food and Drug Administration, Seoul, Republic of Korea) Lee, D.H. (Korea Food and Drug Administration, Seoul, Republic of Korea) Han, S.B. (Korea Food and Drug Administration, Seoul, Republic of Korea) et al.

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Abstract
Linustatin and neolinustatin in flaxseed are called cyanogenic glucosides which produce acetone, hydrogen cyanide (HCN) and sugar when hydrolyzed. The HCN is the chemical whose toxin is being issued in food safety. Linustatin and neolinustatin were found in flaxseed by 206.5 and 174.2 mg/100 g, respectively using a RI-HPLC and LC/MSn analysis of 80% methanol extraction. Also, HCN (137.38 mg/kg) was found in flaxseed distillate by autohydrolysis and IC analysis. More than 85% of linustatin, neolinustatin and HCN were removed when flaxseed was heated for more than 2 hours in 200℃.
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Other subjects

  • acide cyanhydrique
  • linaza
  • acido cianhidrico
  • linseed
  • cyanogenic glucoside
  • neolinustatin
  • linustatin
  • graine de lin
  • hydrocyanic acid

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Journal of The Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition

ISSN : 1226-3311

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Language : Korean

Type : Directory

In AGRIS since : 2007

Volume : 34

Issue : 6

Start Page : 875

End Page : 879

All titles :

" Analysis and Decrease of Cyanogenic Glucosides in Flaxseed "

" 아마인에 함유된 시안배당체의 분석과 저감화 "