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Molecules 2010, 15(12), 8618-8640; doi:10.3390/molecules15128618
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Fully Automated Spectrometric Protocols for Determination of Antioxidant Activity: Advantages and Disadvantages

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Received: 19 October 2010; in revised form: 22 November 2010 / Accepted: 26 November 2010 / Published: 29 November 2010
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Antioxidants)
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Abstract: The aim of this study was to describe behaviour, kinetics, time courses and limitations of the six different fully automated spectrometric methods - DPPH, TEAC, FRAP, DMPD, Free Radicals and Blue CrO5. Absorption curves were measured and absorbance maxima were found. All methods were calibrated using the standard compounds Trolox® and/or gallic acid. Calibration curves were determined (relative standard deviation was within the range from 1.5 to 2.5 %). The obtained characteristics were compared and discussed. Moreover, the data obtained were applied to optimize and to automate all mentioned protocols. Automatic analyzer allowed us to analyse simultaneously larger set of samples, to decrease the measurement time, to eliminate the errors and to provide data of higher quality in comparison to manual analysis. The total time of analysis for one sample was decreased to 10 min for all six methods. In contrary, the total time of manual spectrometric determination was approximately 120 min. The obtained data provided good correlations between studied methods (R = 0.97 – 0.99).
Keywords: antioxidant activity; spectrometry; trolox; gallic acid antioxidant activity; spectrometry; trolox; gallic acid
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Sochor, J.; Ryvolova, M.; Krystofova, O.; Salas, P.; Hubalek, J.; Adam, V.; Trnkova, L.; Havel, L.; Beklova, M.; Zehnalek, J.; Provaznik, I.; Kizek, R. Fully Automated Spectrometric Protocols for Determination of Antioxidant Activity: Advantages and Disadvantages. Molecules 2010, 15, 8618-8640.

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Sochor J, Ryvolova M, Krystofova O, Salas P, Hubalek J, Adam V, Trnkova L, Havel L, Beklova M, Zehnalek J, Provaznik I, Kizek R. Fully Automated Spectrometric Protocols for Determination of Antioxidant Activity: Advantages and Disadvantages. Molecules. 2010; 15(12):8618-8640.

Chicago/Turabian Style

Sochor, Jiri; Ryvolova, Marketa; Krystofova, Olga; Salas, Petr; Hubalek, Jaromir; Adam, Vojtech; Trnkova, Libuse; Havel, Ladislav; Beklova, Miroslava; Zehnalek, Josef; Provaznik, Ivo; Kizek, Rene. 2010. "Fully Automated Spectrometric Protocols for Determination of Antioxidant Activity: Advantages and Disadvantages." Molecules 15, no. 12: 8618-8640.


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