2-Thiobarbituric Acid as a Reagent for Detecting Milk Fat Oxidation

@inproceedings{Patton19512ThiobarbituricAA,
  title={2-Thiobarbituric Acid as a Reagent for Detecting Milk Fat Oxidation},
  author={Stuart Patton and George W. Kurtz},
  year={1951}
}
Summary Malonic dialdehyde has been shown to yield a red color when heated with 2-thiobarbituric acid (TBA) reagent. Spectral analysis of this color has revealed it to be identical with that obtained similarly from oxidized milk fat and to closely resemble colors secured in like manner from a number of oxidized lipid materials and animal tissues containing unsaturated fatty acids. Thus, malonic dialdehyde may be a compound of significance in both food fat rancidification and the biological… CONTINUE READING

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