JOURNAL OF CHILEAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY

Vol 64 No 2 (2019): Journal of the Chilean Chemical Society
Original Research Papers

LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF CAROTENOIDS IN FOODS

Demet Dincel
Bezmialem Vakif University Faculty of Pharmacy Department of Pharmacognosy
Serife Evrim Kepekci Tekkeli
Bezmialem Vakif University University Faculty of Pharmacy Department of Analytical Chemistry
Cem Önal
Istanbul University Faculty of Pharmacy Department of Analytical Chemistry
Armağan Önal
Istanbul University Faculty of Pharmacy Department of Analytical Chemistry
Olcay Sagirli
Istanbul University Faculty of Pharmacy Department of Analytical Chemistry
Published July 25, 2019
Keywords
  • CRTs,
  • High-performance Liquid Chromatography,
  • Food analyses,
  • Extraction

Abstract

Current scientific studies indicate that carotenoids (CRTDs) are beneficial for maintaining health and lowering the risk of different pathologies. Considering the increasing role of carotenoids in healthcare, determination of carotenoid content of foods become important. Mostly, the analytical procedures that are used for this aim, are based on extraction techniques followed by different analytical procedures, especially high performance liquid chromatography. In this publication, a review of various analytical techniques developed for the determination of carotenoids in different food commodities starting from 2006 up to now, has been presented.

Abbrevations: CRT, Carotene; CRTD, Carotenoid; AA, Ascorbic acid; LT, Lutein; CRX, Cryptoxanthin; ZX, Zeaxanthin; HPLC; High Performance Liquid Chromatography; DAD, Diode Array Detector; PDA, Photodiode Array; UV, Ultraviyolet spectroscopy; LC-MS, Liquid Chromatograhy-Mass Spectroscopy; APCIMS, Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry; DIDA, Diastereomeric Dilution Assay; HF-LPME, Hollow Fiber Liquid-phase Microextraction; UPLC, Ultra Performance Liquid Chromatography; GC-MS, Gas Chomatography-Mass Spectroscopy; ELSD, Evaporative Light Scattering Detection; TQMS, Triple-Quadrupole Mass Spectroscopy.

 

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