Effect-directed classification of biological, biochemical and chemical profiles of 50 German beers
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Biological and biochemical fingerprints were investigated for the first time for the feasibility of effect-directed classification, and thus, to allow the choice of a distinct beer with regard to beneficial health effects. A high-performance thin-layer chromatography method was newly developed and combined with in situ effect-directed analysis for profiling 50 German beers for multipotent active compounds, and thus, their health-related potential. Discovered multipotent active zones were online eluted and characterized by high resolution mass spectrometry. For example, isoxanthohumol, iso-α-ad/n-humulone or its isomers, desdimethyl-octahydro-isocohumulone and ad/n-humulone were proven as antimicrobial compounds, isoxanthohumol as an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor, and isoxanthohumol and iso-α-ad/n-humulone or its isomers as radical scavengers. Investigating multivariate data analysis of effect-directed fingerprints for the first time, the pattern recognition and classification results ...showed the power of clustering non-alcoholic beers from other types of beer, or it showed the differentiation of dark and non-alcoholic beers. © 2018 Elsevier Ltd
Ključne reči:Direct bioautography / Effect-directed clustering / Fingerprinting / Healthy food / Multivariate data analysis / Profiling
Izvor:Food Chemistry, 2018, 260, 344-353
- German Academic Exchange Service , Germany (DAAD, project No. 57130097).