Analysis of flavor precursors in radish and radish color extracts Public Deposited

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  • Radish anthocyanin extract has potential as a natural colorant because of its pigment stability and attractive red hue. Presence of undesirable aroma compounds could limit its applications in foods. The pungent principle of radish, 4-methylthio-3-butenyl isothiocyanate (MTBI), is produced enzymatically upon cell injury from its glucosinolate precursor, 4-methylthio-3-butenyl glucosinolate (MTBG), and undergoes subsequent degradation to produce a number of volatiles. To evaluate the potential of flavor formation, juices were prepared from winter and spring radish cultivars. Whole radishes, peels and flesh, as well as radish extracts, were analyzed for glucosinolates and isothiocyanates. Aroma intensities of radish juice extracts were evaluated using sensory analysis. MTBI was monitored by HPLC (detection level 160 ppb). MTBG was extracted from freeze-dried radish tissue with boiling methanol, purified by anion exchange and enzymatically desulfated. DesulfoMTBG was quantified by HPLC, using desulfosinigrin as internal standard. Identification was performed by fast atom bombardment and electrospray mass spectroscopy. MTBI formation was higher in winter than in spring cultivars (1.5-2.8 and 0.8-1.3 mg/100g fresh weight, respectively), and higher in flesh than in peels. MTBG ranged from 30-65 mg (spring cultivars) to 260-320 mg/100g fresh weight (winter cultivars) with greater concentration in peels than in flesh. Isothiocyanates and glucosinolates were not detected in radish juices. Overall aroma intensities of radish juice concentrates, diluted to 150, 300, 600 and 1200 mg anthocyanin/L in water, were rated using a 16-point scale. Radish concentrates from cultivars Fuego (pigmented peels) and Red Meat Takii (whole red flesh) were compared to commercial red cabbage and radish colorants. Aroma intensities followed first order relationships with anthocyanin concentrations. The commercial colorants were rated slight to moderate, while radish extracts (Fuego and Takii) were rated moderate to large. The aroma intensity of red flesh radish extract was more potent than those prepared from radish peels. Further work includes development of purification techniques which would provide an odorless aqueous extract.
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