Saffron Samples of Different Origin: An NMR Study of Microwave-Assisted Extracts
AbstractAn NMR analytical protocol is proposed to characterize saffron samples of different geographical origin (Greece, Spain, Hungary, Turkey and Italy). A microwave-assisted extraction procedure was developed to obtain a comparable recovery of metabolites with respect to the ISO specifications, reducing the solvent volume and the extraction time needed. Metabolite profiles of geographically different saffron extracts were compared showing significant differences in the content of some metabolites. View Full-Text
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Sobolev, A.P.; Carradori, S.; Capitani, D.; Vista, S.; Trella, A.; Marini, F.; Mannina, L. Saffron Samples of Different Origin: An NMR Study of Microwave-Assisted Extracts. Foods 2014, 3, 403-419.
Sobolev AP, Carradori S, Capitani D, Vista S, Trella A, Marini F, Mannina L. Saffron Samples of Different Origin: An NMR Study of Microwave-Assisted Extracts. Foods. 2014; 3(3):403-419.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sobolev, Anatoly P.; Carradori, Simone; Capitani, Donatella; Vista, Silvia; Trella, Agata; Marini, Federico; Mannina, Luisa. 2014. "Saffron Samples of Different Origin: An NMR Study of Microwave-Assisted Extracts." Foods 3, no. 3: 403-419.