Special Issue "Advanced Analytical Strategies for Identification and Quantification of Bioactive Compounds in Natural Products"
A special issue of AppliedChem (ISSN 2673-9623).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2021) | Viewed by 549
Interests: agrobiodiversity and natural resources; agrifood application and their health-promoting and nutritional properties; analytical strategies for phytochemical and nutritive characterization; reuse strategies for processing waste derived from agricultural and food products; traditional and innovative extraction methods; HPLC fingerprinting and chemometrics
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Special Issue in Agriculture: Strategies for Sustainable Extraction and Analysis of Bioactive Compounds with High Health Impacts and Nutritive Substances from Agricultural Fresh and Derived Products and Their Processing Waste
Interest in phytochemicals, bioactive compounds, natural products, and functional foods has grown in recent years. Scientific research is mainly focused on identifying and quantifying biologically active molecules and relative health-promoting properties in natural products. Innovative analytical strategies (spectrophotometric techniques and chromatographic fingerprinting coupled to mass spectrometry and chemometrics) allow identifying and quantifying natural raw material or commercial derived-products; fluorescence, IR, and NMR represent other analytical techniques which are especially important to chemically characterize the health-promoting value of compounds included in natural products.
This Special Issue will collect recent review papers and high-quality research in the field of i) potential healthy natural resources and relative derived products; ii) evaluation of their potential health-positive properties; and iii) phytochemical characterization of the main bioactive molecules through traditional and innovative analytical strategies.
Dr. Dario Donno
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- Herbal and food application and their health-promoting properties
- Agrobiodiversity and natural resources
- Analytical strategies for bioactive compound characterization
- Traditional and innovative extraction methods
- HPLC fingerprinting
- Bioactivity of extracted nutraceuticals.