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《China Animal Health Inspection》 2015-09
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Advances in Research of Detection Techniques for Carrageen Illegally Used in the Pre-slaughtering Pigs

Zheng Wei;Wang Junwei;Zhao Sijun;MOA Laboratory of Animal Product Quality and Safety Risk Assessment,China Animal Health and Epidemiology Center;Beijing Wuzi University;  
Carrageen is a lyophilic colloid extracted from red algae of sea-plant. Due to its high water retention,carrageen is frequently used in pre-slaughtering pigs to increase the body water concentration, resulting in "glue injection meat". The illegal use of carrageenan in pig slaughtering and its harm to human health were analyzed in this paper. Moreover, advances in research of detection techniques for carrageenan was reviewed, including near infrared spectroscopy, fluorescence spectroscopy, low field nuclear magnetic resonance technology, and the combination of methylation and reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography technology.
【Fund】: 国家农产品质量安全风险评估专项(2015)(GJFP201500803)
【CateGory Index】: S859.84
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