Johanna Karoline Kreissl

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A fast and precise proton nuclear magnetic resonance (qHNMR) method for the quantitative determination of low molecular weight target molecules in reference materials and natural isolates has been validated using ERETIC 2 (Electronic REference To access In vivo Concentrations) based on the PULCON (PULse length based CONcentration determination) methodology(More)
Key food odorants are the most relevant determinants by which we detect, recognize, and hedonically evaluate the aroma of foods and beverages. Odorants are detected by our chemical sense of olfaction, comprising a set of approximately 400 different odorant receptor types. However, the specific receptor activity patterns representing the aroma percepts of(More)
An aroma distillate was prepared by solvent extraction and subsequent SAFE distillation from Italian vine-ripe tomatoes eliciting an intense overall aroma. Application of gc/olfactometry and the aroma extract dilution analysis revealed 44 odor-active compounds, 42 of which could be identified. The highest odor activity value of 2048 was established for the(More)
The potent odorant dimethyl sulfide (1), showing a low odor threshold of 0.12 microg/L in water, is known to contribute to the aromas of various foods. Its cabbage-like odor plays an important role, particularly, in cooked vegetables, such as cabbage, celery, or asparagus. On the other hand, in fruit juices or beer, 1 may generate off-flavors.(More)
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