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Sinigrin content of different parts of Dolsan leaf mustard
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Food Preservation
  • Volume 22, Issue 4,  2015, pp.553-558
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Food Preservation
  • DOI : 10.11002/kjfp.2015.22.4.553
 Title & Authors
Sinigrin content of different parts of Dolsan leaf mustard
Oh, SunKyung; Kim, KiWoong; Bae, SangOk; Choi, Myeong Rak;
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 Abstract
The aims of this study was to optimize the extraction conditions of sinigrin from Dolsan leaf mustard. Dolsan leaf mustard (Dolsan-eup, Yeosu-si) harvested during at May 2014 was used for sinigrin extraction. After the extraction of sinigrin using 50% , 10% , 60% , and 70% , the sinigrin content was measured by HPLC analysis. The results showed that sinigrin content was highest with 50% solvent extraction and UV detector sensitivity was greater at 228 nm rather than at 242 nm. The sinigrin concentrations of leaf, stem and root with 50% extraction were 345 ppm, 728 ppm, and 539 ppm, respectively. After extraction of the different parts of Dolsan leaf mustard, The standard retention time by HPLC analysis of sinigrin content was 2.054, 2.032, 2.059, and 2.035 min from the root, stalk, and leaf, respectively. On the other hand, HPLC analysis showed that the leaf extracts contained glucoraphanin, one of glucosinolates. The optimum time and extraction solvent for the sinigrin extraction from Dolsan leaf mustard was found to be 24 hr with 50% solvent. In addition, opotimum UV detector k at 228 nm. These results showed that the optimum extraction conditions for Dolsan leaf mustard were 24 hr extraction with 50% solvent. In addition, the optimum wavelength of UV detector was determined to be 228 nm for sinigrin analysis. Therefore, this study could provide a useful information for sinigrin extraction and its systematic analysis during the storage.
 Keywords
leaf mustard;HPLC;sinigrin;solvent extraction;
 Language
Korean
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