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Effect of antioxidant compounds from seaweeds on storage stability of C20-22 polyunsaturated fatty acid concentrate prepared from dogfish liver oil

Publication date:

15 September 2018


Source:Food Chemistry, Volume 260

Author(s): Kajal Chakraborty, Dexy Joseph

Ethyl acetate extracts of seaweeds were chromatographically fractionated to yield 14-methyl pentyl tetrahydro-8-hydroxy-10-methylnaphthalene–8-carboxylate (1) and tetrahydro-4-isopropyl-9-(9, 14-dimethyldec-9-enyl)-pyran-1-one (2) from Sargassum ilicifolium, whereas Padina gymnospora afforded dihydro-2-(10-(hydroxymethyl)-7,15-dimethyl-9-oxoundec-11-enyl)-2-methyl-2H-pyran-1(4H)-one (3) and 1-(decahydro-1-hydroxy-7-methyl-8-vinylnaphthalen-2-yl)ethanone (4) as major constituents. Compound 1 displayed significantly higher antioxidant activity (IC50 < 1 mg/mL, p < 0.05) comparable to other analogues (IC50 > 1 mg/mL). The C20-22 polyunsaturated fatty acid (C20-22 PUFA) concentrate (CFA) prepared from the deep-sea dogfish liver oil was added with the studied compounds and physiochemical properties and fatty acid composition during an accelerated storage were evaluated. No significant reduction in C20-22 PUFAs (∼6%) in the CFA treated with 1 as compared to that with the control (∼35%) was recorded. A greater induction time was observed for the CFA supplemented with 1 (6.8 h) than other compounds (≤6 h) and control (∼1.6 h), maintaining the oxidation indices of the CFA within desirable limits.





Authors:   Author(s): Kajal Chakraborty, Dexy Joseph
Journal:   Food Chemistry
Volume:   260
Year:   2018
Pages:   135
DOI:   10.1016/j.foodchem.2018.03.144
Publication date:   15-Apr-2018
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