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- Stina C.M. Burri; Anders Ekholm; Uko Bleive; Tõnu Püssa; Martin Jensen; Jarkko Hellström; Sari Mäkinen; Risto Korpinen; Pirjo H. Mattila; Vitalijs Radenkovs; Dalija Segliņa; Åsa Håkansson; Kimmo Rumpunen; Eva Tornberg
- Meat science 2020 v.162 pp. 108033
- Satureja hortensis; antioxidants; beets; ethanol; freeze drying; fruit juices; horticultural crops; leaves; linoleic acid; lipid peroxidation; model food systems; olives; oxidation; plant extracts; polyphenols; powders; processed meat; proteins; rhubarb; screening; spray drying; thiobarbituric acid-reactive substances; vegetable juices; wastewater
- ... A meat model system was used for screening lipid oxidation inhibiting capacity of diverse horticultural plant materials. In the model, heme-containing sarcoplasmic proteins from the meat water-phase were homogenized with linoleic acid and thiobarbituric reactive substances (TBARS) were measured. 23 Plant materials were investigated at three high (50, 100, and 200 ppm) concentrations and five plant ...
- Damian Frank; Joanne Hughes; Udayasika Piyasiri; Yimin Zhang; Mandeep Kaur; Yutao Li; Glen Mellor; Janet Stark
- Meat science 2020 v.161 pp. 108016
- beef; carnosine; ethanol; extended shelf life; free amino acids; lactic acid bacteria; mass spectrometry; metabolism; metabolites; organic acids and salts; proteolysis; spoilage; steaks; storage time; vacuum packaging
- ... During storage of vacuum packaged chilled beef (VPCB), lactic acid bacteria become the dominant microflora, facilitating an extended shelf life. However, at some point, (bio)chemical and organoleptic changes render the meat unacceptable. In this investigation we evaluated volatile and non-volatile metabolite changes in VPCB after 84-, 98-, 120- and 140-days storage at ~ − 1 °C. After 140-days stor ...