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Acrylamide in Corn-Based Thermally Processed Foods: A Review

Žilić, Slađana; Nikolić, Valentina; Mogol, Burce Atac; Hamzalioglu, Aytul; Tas, Neslihan Goncuoglu; Kocadagli, Tolgahan; Simić, Marijana; Gokmen, Vural

(Washington : ACS Publications, 2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Žilić, Slađana
AU  - Nikolić, Valentina
AU  - Mogol, Burce Atac
AU  - Hamzalioglu, Aytul
AU  - Tas, Neslihan Goncuoglu
AU  - Kocadagli, Tolgahan
AU  - Simić, Marijana
AU  - Gokmen, Vural
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://rik.mrizp.rs/handle/123456789/855
AB  - Widely consumed thermally processed corn-based foods can have a great contribution to acrylamide dietary intake,
thus bearing a high public health risk and requiring attention and application of strategies for its reduction. This paper reviews the
literature on the acrylamide content of corn-based food products present in the market around the world. The potential of corn for
acrylamide formation due to its content of free asparagine and reducing sugars is described. Human exposure to acrylamide from
corn-based foods is also discussed. The content of acrylamide in corn/tortilla chips, popcorn, and corn flakes, as widely consumed
products all over the world, is reported in the literature to be between 5 and 6360 μg/kg, between <LOD and 2220 μg/kg and
between <LOD and 1186 μg/kg, respectively. Although these products are important acrylamide sources in the common diet of all
age populations, higher intake values occurred among younger generations.
PB  - Washington : ACS Publications
T2  - Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
T1  - Acrylamide in Corn-Based Thermally Processed Foods: A Review
VL  - 70
SP  - 4165
EP  - 4181
DO  - 10.1021/acs.jafc.1c07249
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Žilić, Slađana and Nikolić, Valentina and Mogol, Burce Atac and Hamzalioglu, Aytul and Tas, Neslihan Goncuoglu and Kocadagli, Tolgahan and Simić, Marijana and Gokmen, Vural",
year = "2022",
abstract = "Widely consumed thermally processed corn-based foods can have a great contribution to acrylamide dietary intake,
thus bearing a high public health risk and requiring attention and application of strategies for its reduction. This paper reviews the
literature on the acrylamide content of corn-based food products present in the market around the world. The potential of corn for
acrylamide formation due to its content of free asparagine and reducing sugars is described. Human exposure to acrylamide from
corn-based foods is also discussed. The content of acrylamide in corn/tortilla chips, popcorn, and corn flakes, as widely consumed
products all over the world, is reported in the literature to be between 5 and 6360 μg/kg, between <LOD and 2220 μg/kg and
between <LOD and 1186 μg/kg, respectively. Although these products are important acrylamide sources in the common diet of all
age populations, higher intake values occurred among younger generations.",
publisher = "Washington : ACS Publications",
journal = "Journal of agricultural and food chemistry",
title = "Acrylamide in Corn-Based Thermally Processed Foods: A Review",
volume = "70",
pages = "4165-4181",
doi = "10.1021/acs.jafc.1c07249"
}
Žilić, S., Nikolić, V., Mogol, B. A., Hamzalioglu, A., Tas, N. G., Kocadagli, T., Simić, M.,& Gokmen, V.. (2022). Acrylamide in Corn-Based Thermally Processed Foods: A Review. in Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
Washington : ACS Publications., 70, 4165-4181.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jafc.1c07249
Žilić S, Nikolić V, Mogol BA, Hamzalioglu A, Tas NG, Kocadagli T, Simić M, Gokmen V. Acrylamide in Corn-Based Thermally Processed Foods: A Review. in Journal of agricultural and food chemistry. 2022;70:4165-4181.
doi:10.1021/acs.jafc.1c07249 .
Žilić, Slađana, Nikolić, Valentina, Mogol, Burce Atac, Hamzalioglu, Aytul, Tas, Neslihan Goncuoglu, Kocadagli, Tolgahan, Simić, Marijana, Gokmen, Vural, "Acrylamide in Corn-Based Thermally Processed Foods: A Review" in Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 70 (2022):4165-4181,
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jafc.1c07249 . .
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