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Citrinin as a Potent Antioxidant Compound from Penicillium Species
Journal of Japan Oil Chemists' Society
Soil molds were screened for their ability to produce antioxidants and synergists with tocopherol (Toc), and a fungus (strain 32-1), belonging to Penicillium sp., was isolated. It has been found that citrinin in the culture filtrate of strain 32-1 shows a potent antioxidative activity. The AOM stability of lard increased with an increase of the amount of citrinin added, and its AOM value obtained when 0.1 % citrinin was added was 215 h. The 1H-NMR spectrum of citrinin shows that a proton in thedoi:10.5650/jos1956.37.51 fatcat:4mzdjatfqncpjaz2b276r3k2pu