BIOGENIC AMINES IN FOODS: SURVEYING EFFECTIVE FACTORS AND MEASURING METHODS
Keywords:Biogenic amines, Foods, Measuring methods
Biogenic amines (BAs) importance in food safety and nutrition is generally recognized. Many efforts have been made to control or reduce them to legally permitted levels. The results varied according to raw material, ingredients, starter culture types, and process. So different methods have been developed for biogenic amines detection are varied from advanced device methods such as chromatographic based methods to electrophoretic based and simplified sensor methods. This article aims to review the effects of these variables and provides an assessment of the types of BAs measurement methods and the advantages and disadvantages in accordance with the latest published articles.
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