The determination of the types and concentrations of carbohydrates in foods is integral for energy evaluation, nutritional labeling, quality control, and for identifying possible adulteration. We've consolidated the application notes you need on a range of topics, including corn syrup, dietary fiber, lactose and lactulose, maltodextrins, sialic acids and simple carbohydrates.
A method to demonstrate performance of a palladium hydrogen (PdH) reference electrode in comparison to a silver/silver chloride reference electrode (Ag/AgCl) for two carbohydrate applications: honey sugars and glycoprotein monosaccharides.
A method to demonstrate that ISO/DIS 22184 determination of sugars (galactose, glucose, fructose, sucrose, lactose, and maltose) in dairy products can be executed with a Thermo Scientific Dionex CarboPac PA1-2mm column using a Thermo Scientific Dionex ICS-5000+ HPIC system.
Certain GOS occur naturally in the milk of many animals including humans, cows, and wallabies. GOS are primarily composed of galactose and often terminate with a glucose residue at the reducing end.
Prebiotics are non-digestible ingredients that beneficially affect human health by selectively stimulating the growth of one or a limited number of bacteria in the colon. Food ingredients that meet this definition are water-soluble carbohydrates such as fructooligosaccharides and insulin.
In 1993, Fazer acquired the Chymos factory in Lappeenranta which used to manufacture jam, liqueur, and baby food. With 12 production lines and about 300 people, they produce candies over three shifts. At busy times of the year they may run up to five production shifts.
Grape juice is composed of 70-80% water, 20% carbohydrates, and 1% organic acids, phenolics, vitamins, minerals, and nitrogenous compounds. Finished wine has a similar composition, but contains much lower levels of sugar, 8-14% alcohol, and a range of minor components.
Carbohydrates are important food components affecting taste and nutrition. The determination of the types and concentrations of carbohydrates in foods is integral for energy evaluation, nutritional labeling, quality control, and for identifying possible adulteration.
HPAE chromatography can be used to separate analytes that can be ionized under high pH conditions. Once the pH rises above the pKa of the analyte, it becomes ionized in solution. This is accomplished using hydroxide-based eluents.
|Application Note||Determination of Carbohydrates in Fruit Juice Using Capillary HPAE-PAD||Ion Chromatography||AB127|
|Application Note||Profiling Galactosyloligosaccharide Containing Samples by High-Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography with Pulsed Amperometric Detection (HPAE-PAD)||Ion Chromatography||AN1151|
|Application Note||Determination of Plant-Derived Natural Oligo- and Polysaccharides||Ion Chromatography||AN67|
|Application Note||Analysis of Fruit Juice Adulterated with Medium Invert Sugar||Ion Chromatography||AN82|
|Application Note||Determination of Trans-Galactooligosaccharides in Foods by AOAC Method 2001.02||Ion Chromatography||AN155|
|Application Note||Determination of Lactose in Lactose-Free Milk Products by HPAE-PAD||Ion Chromatography||AN248|
|Application Note||HPAE-PAD Determination of Infant Formula Sialic Acids||Ion Chromatography||AN253|
|Application Note||Carbohydrate in Coffee: AOAC Method 995.12 vs a New Fast Ion Chromatography Method||Ion Chromatography||AN280|
|Application Note||Determination of Sialic Acids Using UHPLC with Fluorescence Detection||Liquid Chromatography||AN266|
|Application Notebook||Carbohydrate Analysis with High-Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography with Pulsed Amperometric Detection||Ion Chromatography||AI71132|
|Application Notebook||Carbohydrates Analysis -Novel, Selective, Sensitive Analytical Methods||Ion Chromatography||AI71469|
|Application Update||Measuring Lactose in Milk: A Validated Method||Ion Chromatography||AU182|
|Brochure||Complete Solution for Testing Sugars in Wine and Juice with Automated Discrete Analyzers, System Reagent Kits and Standard Solutions||Discrete Analysis||BR71488|
|Brochure||Carbohydrate Analysis with HPAE-PAD||Ion Chromatography||BR52119|
|Case Study||Quick and Easy Testing for a Finnish Confectionary||Discrete Analysis||CS70816|
|Technical Note||Determinations of Monosaccharides and Disaccharides in Beverages by Capillary HPAE-PAD||Ion Chromatography||TN135|
|Webinar||Biochemistry of Carbohydrates (Education Webinar)||Additional Techniques|
|Application Update||Determination of Plant-Derived Neutral Oligo- and Polysaccharides||Ion Chromatography||AU150|
|Application Note||Profiling Fructooligosaccharide containing Samples by HPAE-PAD||Ion Chromatography||AN1149|
|White Paper||Simplifying Carbohydrate Testing to Meet Food Quality and Labeling Requirements Using Ion Chromatography and Pulsed Amperometric Detection||Ion Chromatography||WB71806|
|Article||Sugar Analysis Document: Thermo Fisher Scientific on challenges in sugar analyses||Ion Chromatography|
|White Paper||Innovations in Carbohydrate Analysis||Additional Techniques||WP72985|
|White Paper||Carbohydrate Analysis of Agave Syrup using HPAE-PAD||Additional Techniques||AN73132|
|Application Note||Profiling Galactosyloligosaccharide-Containing Samples by High-Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography with Pulsed Amperometric Detection (HPAE-PAD)||Ion Chromatography||AN71993|
|Application Note||Rapid analysis of natural sweeteners found in food and beverages using an advanced UHPLC system||Liquid Chromatography||AN21674|
|Flyer||The Ideal Solution for Simple Sugar Analysis||Ion Chromatography||ST71896|
|Customer application note||Sugars in Honey Using HPAE-PAD: What is the Best Column?||CAN72039|
|Application Note||Easy and Sensitive Method for Sorbitol Determination in Food Products||AN-73905|
|Product Spotlight||Dual EGC – A Simple Solution for Complex Carbohydrate Analysis||Dual EGC||SP72566|