Data_Sheet_1_Eco-Friendly Extraction of Sinapine From Residues of Mustard Production.pdf (1.15 MB)
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posted on 04.03.2019, 04:31 by Amandine L. Flourat, Gaëlle Willig, Andreia R. S. Teixeira, Florent Allais

In this study, our efforts were focused on the optimization of phenolic compounds—mainly sinapine—extraction from residues of industrial mustard production. A preliminary work was conducted to discuss the way data from Folin-Ciocalteu analytical method are reported and exploited in the literature, and to determine whether methanol can be replaced by ethanol as extracting solvent. As this first question had found a positive answer, an optimization of the extraction process on crude and pretreated industrial residue was achieved using a Response Surface Methodology (RSM). Optimal conditions obtained through this Design of Experiments (DoE) allowed the extraction of more than 10 mg/g of defatted and dried matter (aka DDM) of phenolics from defatted and dried matter, and 13 mg/g DDM of phenolics from non-pretreated matter (results expressed as equivalent of DDM).

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