Of Analytical Methods Measuring Lipid Oxidation Status in Foods : a Challenging Task

@inproceedings{Barriuso2014OfAM,
  title={Of Analytical Methods Measuring Lipid Oxidation Status in Foods : a Challenging Task},
  author={Blanca Barriuso and Iciar Astiasar{\'a}n and Diana Ansorena},
  year={2014}
}
Lipid oxidation analysis in food samples is a relevant topic since compounds generated in the process are related to undesirable sensory and biological effects. As the process is complex and depends on the type of lipid substrate, oxidation agents and environmental factors, proper measurement of lipid oxidation remains a challenging task. A great variety of methodologies have been developed and implemented so far, both for determining primary oxidation products and secondary oxidation products… CONTINUE READING

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