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Title: A different approach for the analysis of grapes: Using the skin as sensing element
Authors: Rodríguez Méndez, María Luz
Muñoz, Raquel
García Hernández, Celia
Medina Plaza, Cristina
García Cabezón, Cristina
Fernandez Escudero, J.A.
Barajas, Enrique
Medrano, Germán
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Food Research International
Citation: Food Research International, 2018, vol.107, p. 544-550
Abstract: In this work, an alternative method to monitor the phenolic maturity of grapes was developed. In this approach, the skins of grapes were used to cover the surface of carbon paste electrodes and the voltammetric signals obtained with the skin-modified sensors were used to obtain information about the phenolic content of the skins. These sensors could easily detect differences in the phenolic composition of different Spanish varieties of grapes (Mencía, Prieto Picudo and Juan García). Moreover, sensors were able to monitor changes in the phenolic content throughout the ripening process from véraison until harvest.
Peer Review: SI
Language: spa
Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/embargoedAccess
Appears in Collections:DEP63 - Artículos de revista

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