Sugars and related compounds as flavour precursors in meat
Koutsidis, G., Mottram, D.S., Elmore, S.J. and Oruna-Concha, M.J. (2003) Sugars and related compounds as flavour precursors in meat. In: LeQuere, J.L. and Etievant, P.X. (eds.) Flavour research at the dawn of the twenty-first century. Lavoisier - Tec & Doc, Paris, pp. 654-657. ISBN 2743006390
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Sugars and related substances, namely sugar phosphates and ribonucleotides, are important meat flavour precursors. In particular, ribose and ribose 5-phosphate have been shown to be important in aroma development in heated model systems. There are few quantitative data on the concentrations and the variations of sugars and related substances in meat. This paper will report on the analysis of glucose, fructose, ribose, ribose 5-phosphate, fructose 6-phosphate, glucose 6-phosphate and inosine 5'-monophosphate (IMP) in aged beef. Sugars and related compounds were extracted from lean meat and derivatised to the corresponding TMS ethers. Analysis and quantitation of the sugars and sugar phosphates were performed using GC and GC/MS, while IMP analysis was performed using capillary electrophoresis (CE).
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