Species identification of processed animal fat: Potential of different methods
- Von Holst, C. , Baeten, V. , Berben, G. & Bellorini, S. (2007). Species identification of processed animal fat: Potential of different methods Inform 18, (8), 570-572.
|Title||Species identification of processed animal fat: Potential of different methods|
|Issue Date||Août 2007|
|Abstract||FT-NIR is concluded to work well when analyzing pure tallox, regardless of the process conditions and the degree of purity, but reveals difficulties when working on mixtures. In contrast, PCR and immunoassays show outstanding sensitivity, because tallow can even be detected when mixed with other fats at a low ration. However, both methods were found to score poorly in the case of premier jus, due to its extemely low content of insoluble impurities.|
|Author address||Baeten Vincent, Quality Department of Agro-food Products, Walloon Agricultural Research Centre (CRA-W), Chaussée de Namur, 24, B-5030 Gembloux, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Authors||Von Holst, C. , Baeten, V. , Berben, G. & Bellorini, S.|