Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry-Based Metabolite Profiling of Nutrients and Antinutrients in Eight Lens and Lupinus Seeds (Fabaceae). (Article, 2018) [WorldCat.org]
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Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry-Based Metabolite Profiling of Nutrients and Antinutrients in Eight Lens and Lupinus Seeds (Fabaceae).

Author: MA Farag Affiliation: Pharmacognosy Department, College of Pharmacy , Cairo University , Kasr el Aini Street , Cairo 11562 , Egypt.AR Khattab Affiliation: Pharmacognosy Department, Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy , Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport , Post Office Box 1029, Alexandria , Egypt.A Ehrlich Affiliation: Department of Bioorganic Chemistry , Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry , Weinberg 3 , D-06120 Halle , Germany.M Kropf Affiliation: Institute for Integrative Nature Conservation Research , University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU) , Gregor Mendel-Straße 33 , 1180 Vienna , Austria.AG Heiss Affiliation: Department for Bioarchaeology, Austrian Archaeological Institute (ÖAI) , Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW) , 1190 Vienna , Austria.All authors
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 2018 Apr 25; 66(16): 4267-4280
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Lens culinaris and several Lupinus species are two legumes regarded as potential protein resources aside from their richness in phytochemicals. Consequently, characterization of their metabolite composition seems warranted to be considered as a sustainable commercial functional food. This study presents a discriminatory holistic approach for metabolite profiling in accessions of four lentil cultivars and four  Read more...
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All Authors / Contributors: MA Farag Affiliation: Pharmacognosy Department, College of Pharmacy , Cairo University , Kasr el Aini Street , Cairo 11562 , Egypt.; AR Khattab Affiliation: Pharmacognosy Department, Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy , Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport , Post Office Box 1029, Alexandria , Egypt.; A Ehrlich Affiliation: Department of Bioorganic Chemistry , Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry , Weinberg 3 , D-06120 Halle , Germany.; M Kropf Affiliation: Institute for Integrative Nature Conservation Research , University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU) , Gregor Mendel-Straße 33 , 1180 Vienna , Austria.; AG Heiss Affiliation: Department for Bioarchaeology, Austrian Archaeological Institute (ÖAI) , Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW) , 1190 Vienna , Austria.; LA Wessjohann Affiliation: Department of Bioorganic Chemistry , Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry , Weinberg 3 , D-06120 Halle , Germany.
ISSN:0021-8561
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 7379849814
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Lens culinaris and several Lupinus species are two legumes regarded as potential protein resources aside from their richness in phytochemicals. Consequently, characterization of their metabolite composition seems warranted to be considered as a sustainable commercial functional food. This study presents a discriminatory holistic approach for metabolite profiling in accessions of four lentil cultivars and four Lupinus species via gas chromatography/mass spectrometry. A total of 107 metabolites were identified, encompassing organic and amino acids, sugars, and sterols, along with antinutrients, viz., alkaloids and sugar phosphates. Among the examined specimens, four nutritionally valuable accessions ought to be prioritized for future breeding to include Lupinus hispanicus, enriched in organic ( ca. 11.7%) and amino acids ( ca. 5%), and Lupinus angustifolius, rich in sucrose ( ca. 40%), along with two dark-colored lentil cultivars 'verte du Puy' and 'Black Beluga' enriched in peptides. Antinutrient chemicals were observed in Lupinus polyphyllus, owing to its high alkaloid content. Several species-specific markers were also revealed using multivariate data analyses.

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