Development of a method employing reversed-phase thin-layer chromatography for establishing milk fat purity with respect to adulteration with vegetable oils

@article{Upadhyay2015DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a method employing reversed-phase thin-layer chromatography for establishing milk fat purity with respect to adulteration with vegetable oils},
  author={Neelam Upadhyay and Anil Kumar and Gopal Rathod and Ankit Goyal and Darshan Lal},
  journal={International Journal of Dairy Technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={68},
  pages={207-217}
}
A systematic study was conducted using reversed-phase thin-layer chromatography wherein unsaponifiable matter of samples namely, pure cow and buffalo milk fats, vegetable oils (groundnut oil, soya bean oil and sunflower oil) and milk fats adulterated with vegetable oils (≥1%) were run along with the reference standards using two new solvent systems to detect adulteration in milk fat. The results of the study revealed that adulteration at even a 1% level could easily be detected using this rapid… 

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