Comparision of Preparation Methods for Water Soluble Vitamin Analysis in Foods by Reversed-Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography

역상 고속 액체 크로마토그래피에 의한 식품 중 수용성 비타민 분석을 위한 전처리법의 비교

  • Published : 2002.04.01

Abstract

Owing to a need for simple extraction and purification for analysis of water soluble vitamins in food samples by RP-HPLC with UV-detector, the methods of bromelain and protease hydrolysis and $C_{18}$ Sep-Pak solid phase extraction were employed. The recoveries of standard water soluble vitamins by the bromelain and protease hydrolysis and $C_{18}$ Sep-Pak solid phase extraction were significantly high compared to AOAC methods in most of vitamins. The contents of pyridoxal determined with protest in the pork was similar, but in the bromelain hydrolysis and AOAC method, was high compared to the results of reference. The niacinamide, thiamin and riboflavin determined with bromelain and protease hydrolysis showed similar values to the results of references. In the potato, pyridoxamine was detected in the AOAC method, which was not detected in the bromelain and protease hydrolysis methods. Pyridoxal contents in the protease hydrolysis and AOAC methods were very similar to the results of references. The recoveries of fortified standard vitamins in food samples were significantly high and accurate compared to those of AOAC methods. The extraction and purification with $C_{18}$ Sep-Pak solid extractor might be considered superior method for the determination of water soluble vitamins in food samples.

Keywords

reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatography;water soluble vitamins;$C_{18}$ Sep-Pak solid phase extractor

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