Antioxidant Effects of Grape Vine Cane Extracts from Different Chinese Grape Varieties on Edible Oils
AbstractThis study involved the determination of the peroxide value (POV) as a measure of the resistance of the oxidation of edible oil with grape vine cane additives to assess their antioxidation potential. The study demonstrated that grape extracts of canes could effectively inhibit the lipid oxidation of edible oils and that this ability varied significantly due to the different extraction solvents employed, as well as to the different varieties of canes used. Lipid oxidation of edible oils was significantly reduced under an accelerated storage condition of 70 ± 1 °C in the presence of Vitamin C (VC), which was chosen as a synergist of grape vine cane extract. A 4:1 ratio of Victoria Blanc-ethyl acetate fraction (EAF) and VC led to a significant lowering of the peroxide value and indicated a better antioxidant effect. Thus, these results indicated that some varieties of grape vine cane extracts could be applied as natural antioxidants for elevation of the quality of edible oils in the food industry. View Full-Text
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Min, Z.; Guo, Z.; Wang, K.; Zhang, A.; Li, H.; Fang, Y. Antioxidant Effects of Grape Vine Cane Extracts from Different Chinese Grape Varieties on Edible Oils. Molecules 2014, 19, 15213-15223.
Min Z, Guo Z, Wang K, Zhang A, Li H, Fang Y. Antioxidant Effects of Grape Vine Cane Extracts from Different Chinese Grape Varieties on Edible Oils. Molecules. 2014; 19(9):15213-15223.Chicago/Turabian Style
Min, Zhuo; Guo, Zemei; Wang, Kai; Zhang, Ang; Li, Hua; Fang, Yulin. 2014. "Antioxidant Effects of Grape Vine Cane Extracts from Different Chinese Grape Varieties on Edible Oils." Molecules 19, no. 9: 15213-15223.