Program


Analytical


MONDAY


  AFTERNOON


ANA 1/LOQ 1.1: Marine Oils - Analytical and Stability
Chair(s): J. Reuther, Eurofins Central Analytical Labs, USA; V. Barthet, Canadian Grain Commission, Canada

Quantitation of Fatty Acids in Marine Oils by Comprehensive gc-online Hydrogenation x Gc.

P. Delmonte(1), A. Fardin Kia(2), J. Rader(3)
(1)US Food and Drug Administration, United States of America (2)US Food and Drug Administration, United States of America (3)US Food and Drug Administration, United States of America


Determination of Trans Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid Content in Fish oil Supplements Available in the U.S. Market

C. Tyburczy(1), J. Rader(2)
(1)U.S. Food and Drug Administration, United States of America (2)U.S. Food and Drug Administration, United States of America


Microalgae: a Potential Source to Enrich Eggs With Omega-3 Fatty Acids

C. Lemahieu(1), C. Bruneel(2), R. Termote-Verhalle(3), K. Muylaert(4), J. Buyse(5), I. Foubert(6)
(1)KU Leuven University Kulak, Belgium (2)KU Leuven University Kulak, Belgium (3)KU Leuven University Kulak, Belgium (4)KU Leuven University Kulak, Belgium (5)KU Leuven University, Belgium (6)KU Leuven University Kulak, Belgium


Analysis of Poly Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Seafood and Fish Oil by GC-MS and GC-MS/MS

A. Pradhan(1)
(1)Eurofins Central Analytical Laboratories, United States of America


Rapid Analysis of In-process Marine Oil by Quality Trait Analysis (QTA) Infrared Spectroscopy

K. Ma(1), K. Kramer(2), C. Teng(3)
(1)Eurofins QTA, Inc., United States of America (2)Eurofins QTA, Inc., United States of America (3)Eurofins QTA, Inc., United States of America


Issues in Fortification and Analysis of Omega 3s in Foods

E. Hernandez(1), M. Rusli(2)
(1)Omega Protein, United States of America (2)Omega Protein, United States of America


Bioimprinting And/or Immobilization of Lipases for Selective Ethanolysis of Fish Oil

D. Kahveci(1), X. Xu(2)
(1)Yeditepe University, Food Engineering Department, Turkey (2)Aarhus University, Denmark


Accelerated Solvent Extraction of Lipids: A Highly Efficient Method Preferred for Lipid Oxidation Studies

L. Yao(1), K. Schaich(2)
(1)Rutgers University, United States of America (2)Rutgers University, United States of America


Oxidative stability of krill (Euphasia superba) oil

I. Bruheim(1), A. Oterhals(2), B. Haugsgjerd(3), G. Vogt(4), M. Griinari(5), B. Thomsen(6), H. Lu Fung Sieng(7), C. Jacobsen(8)
(1)Olympic Seafood AS, Norway (2)Nofima, Norway (3)Nofima, Norway (4)Nofima, Norway (5)Clanet, Finland (6)Technical University of Denmark, Denmark (7)Technical University of Denmark, Denmark (8)Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



TUESDAY


  MORNING


ANA 2: Review of Old Analytical Methods - Challenges, Solutions
Chair(s): R. Della Porta, Frito-Lay Inc., USA; T. Mason West, Bunge Oils Inc., USA

A Flow-through Microreactor for the Direct Ethylation of Oils and Fats - a new Alternative for Lipid Derivitization Prior to Conventional gc Analysis.

J. Curtis(1), S. Tuan Anuar(2), S. Mugo(3)
(1)University of Alberta, Canada (2)University of Alberta, Canada (3)Grant MacEwan University, Canada


Droplet size distribution, NMR vs. Microscopy.

G. Sekosan(1), T. West(2), K. Reihel(3)
(1)Bunge Oil, United States of America (2)Bunge Oil, United States of America (3)Bunge Oil, United States of America


Separation of Fatty Acids in Marine Oils With Highly Polar Ionic Liquid gas Chromatographic Columns.

A. Fardin-Kia(1), P. Delmonte(2), J. Rader(3)
(1)U.S. FDA, United States of America (2)U.S. FDA, United States of America (3)U.S. FDA, United States of America


Determination of Slip Melting Point, Iodine Value and Moisture% in Refined Palm Oil Using FT-NIR

P. Chabot(1)
(1)ABB Analytical Measurements, Canada


Dilute-and-shoot GC/MS Analysis of Olive Oils for the Determination of Quality and Authenticity

P. Wylie(1)
(1)Agilent Technologies, United States of America


Identification of Tocopherols and Tocotrienols, and Their Fatty Acid Esters in Residues and Distillates of Structured Lipids Purified by Short Path Distillation

L. Zou(1), C. Akoh(2)
(1)University of Georgia, United States of America (2)University of Georgia, United States of America


The Effect of Different Extraction Solvents on the Polyphenol Content and Antioxidant Activity of Limnophila Aromatica Extracts

Q. Do(1), Y. Ju(2)
(1)National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan (2)National Taiwan Univesity of Science and Technology, Taiwan


Evaluation of thiosulfate, xylenol orange, ferric thiocyanate, and triphenyl phosphine assays for quantitating lipid hydroperoxides

K. Schaich(1), E. Steltzer(2)
(1)Rutgers University, United States of America (2)Rutgers University, United States of America


FAME Analyisis with Ionic Liquid Capilary Columns

L. Sidisky(1), G. Baney(2), J. Desorcie(3), D. Shollenberger(4), G. Serrano(5)
(1)Supelco, United States of America (2)Supelco, United States of America (3)Supelco, United States of America (4)Supelco, United States of America (5)Supelco, United States of America



  AFTERNOON


ANA 3: Analysis of Trace Contaminants in Vegetable Oil and By-Products
Chair(s): M. Collison, Archer Daniels Midland Co., USA; S. MacMahon, FDA, USA

Liquid Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) Detection of Glycidyl Esters and MCPD Esters in Edible Oils

S. MacMahon(1), T. Begley(2), G. Diachenko(3)
(1)U.S. Food and Drug Administration, United States of America (2)U.S. Food and Drug Administration, United States of America (3)U.S. Food and Drug Administration, United States of America


Analysis of Intact Fatty Acid Esters of Glycidol in Vegetable Oils Using Gas Chromatography - Mass Spectrometry

K. Hrncirik(1), H. Steenbergen(2), H. Janssen(3)
(1)Unilever, Netherlands (2)Unilever, Netherlands (3)Unilever, Netherlands


Progress in the Analysis of 2-/3-mcpd Esters and Glycidyl Esters: From Refined Oils to Oil-based Foodstuffs

A. Ermacora(1), K. Hrncirik(2)
(1)Technical University of Berlin, Germany (2)Unilever R&D Vlaardingen, Netherlands


Interconversion Between Monochloropropanediols and Glycidol in the Course of DGF Standard Method C-VI 18 (10)

H. Sato(1), N. Kaze(2), H. Yamamoto(3), D. Ono(4), M. Shizuma(5), Y. Watanabe(6)
(1)Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute, Japan, Japan (2)UEDA OILS and FATS MFG CO., LTD. Japan, Japan (3)UEDA OILS and FATS MFG CO., LTD. Japan, Japan (4)Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute, Japan (5)Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute, Japan (6)Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute, Japan


Formation of the Toxicologically Relevant 2-alkenals Acrolein and Crotonaldehyde in Comparison to Aroma-active Compounds During Deep-frying of Food

M. Granvogl(1), P. Shieberle(2)
(1)German Research Center for Food Chemistry, Germany (2)German Research Center for Food Chemistry, Germany


Development and Validation of Hexaconzole Residue in Crude Palm oil by gas Chromatograph With Electron Capture Detector and Confirmed With Mass Spectrometer

H. Muhamad(1)
(1)Malaysian Palm Oil Board, Malaysia


Stability and reactivity of MCPD esters as well as glycidyl esters in model systems

M. Granvogl(1), A. Ewert(2), P. Shieberle(3)
(1)German Research Center for Food Chemistry, Germany (2)German Research Center for Food Chemistry, Germany (3)German Research Center for Food Chemistry, Germany


Do results for glycidyl ester and MCPD ester contents obtained by different analysis methods agree?

T. Wenzl(1), L. Karasek(2)
(1)Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements, Belgium (2)Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements, Belgium


Approaches to Analysis of Foods for Glycidol and 2- & 3-MCPD Esters at Health Canada

A. Becalski(1)
(1)Bureau of Chemical Safety, Health, Canada



WEDNESDAY


  MORNING


ANA 4: Rapid and Real Time Analysis
Chair(s): M. Mossoba, FDA, USA; H. Zhao, Missouri University of Science & Technology, USA

In-vivo and Rapid Monitoring of Obesity Using FT-NIR Spectroscopy

H. Azizian(1), J. Kramer(2), S. Winsborough(3)
(1)NIR Technologies Inc., Canada (2)Retired, Canada (3)NIR Technologies Inc., Canada


Choice of Calibration Standard for the Quantitation of Trans fat in Edible Oils by Attenuated Total Reflection-fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy

C. Tyburczy(1), M. Mossoba(2), A. Fardin-Kia(3), J. Rader(4)
(1)U.S. Food and Drug Administration, United States of America (2)U.S. Food and Drug Administration, United States of America (3)U.S. Food and Drug Administration, United States of America (4)U.S. Food and Drug Administration, United States of America


Rapid (<5 Min) FT-NIR Screening of Edible Oils for the Determination of the Total SFA, Trans FA, MUFA and PUFA Contents and Comparison to GC and Declared Values on Nutrition Facts Panels

M. Mossoba(1), H. Azizian(2), C. Tyburczy(3), J. Kramer(4), P. Delmonte(5), A. Fardin Kia(6), J. Rader(7)
(1)FDA, United States of America (2)NIR Technologies, Inc, Canada (3)FDA, United States of America (4)Guelph Food Research Center, Agri-food Canada, Canada (5)FDA, United States of America (6)FDA, United States of America (7)FDA, United States of America


Quality assessment of olive paste, pomace and oil by NIR

H. Li(1), C. Larkin(2)
(1)Bruker Optics, Inc., United States of America (2)Bruker Optics, Inc., United States of America


Application of portable FT-IR spectrometers to authenticate raw materials

L. Rodriguez-Saona(1)
(1)The Ohio State University, United States of America


Strategies for Rapid Characterization of Supplements Using Simple Extraction Protocol Followed by DART MS of Intact Triglycerides and Fatty Acids

B. Musselman(1), J. LaPointe(2)
(1)IonSense, United States of America (2)IonSense, Inc., United States of America


A Simple Analytical Method for Detailing the Composition and Oxidation Levels of Marine Omega-3 Supplements

R. Freeman(1), I. Iwai(2), D. Randle(3), C. Watanabe(4)
(1)Frontier Laboratories, United States of America (2)Frontier Laboratory, United States of America (3)Frontier Laboratory, United States of America (4)Frontier Laboratories, Japan


minispec Time-Domain NMR Applications in the Oil / Food Industry: Applications Overview and Updates as well as newly added Efficiency Improvement Capabilities

H. Todt(1)
(1)Bruker BioSpin GmbH, Germany


ANA 4.1/H&N 4: Advances in Analytical Aspects of Lipid Nutrition
Chair(s): S. Bhandari, Silliker Inc., USA; B. Ward, Utah State University, USA

Assessing Stability of Fingertip Prick and Venous Whole Blood During Long-term Storage and Associated Mechanisms of Degradation

A. Metherel(1), K. Stark(2)
(1)University of Waterloo, Canada (2)University of Waterloo, Canada


Improved Lipid Profile in Hyperbilirubinemic Subjects Contributes to Cardiovascular Protection

K. Wagner(1)
(1)University of Vienna, Austria


Plasma, Erythrocytes and Whole Blood Fatty Acids: Translating Compositional Data

K. Stark(1), J. Aristizabal Henao(2), A. Metherel(3), L. Pilote(4), f. GENESIS PRAXY investigators(5)
(1)University of Waterloo, Canada (2)University of Waterloo, Canada (3)University of Waterloo, Canada (4)McGill University Health Centre, Canada (5)McGill University Health Centre, Canada


Relative Role of Dietary fat Amount and Structure in the Meal on the Secretion of Chylomicrons and Associated Endotoxin Transport in Lean and Obese Humans

C. Vors(1), F. Laugerette(2), G. Pineau(3), H. Vidal(4), M. Laville(5), M. Michalski(6)
(1)INRA USC1362, CarMeN Laboratory, France (2)INRA USC1362, CarMeN laboratory, France (3)INRA USC1362, CarMeN laboratory, France (4)INSERM U1060, CarMeN laboratory, France (5)CENS, France (6)INRA USC1362, CarMeN laboratory, France


LCMS Analysis of Vitamins D2, D3, 25(OH)D2 and 25(OH)D3 in Food Samples

S. Bhandari(1), H. Wu(2), T. Gallegos-Peretz(3)
(1)Silliker Laboratories, United States of America (2)Silliker Laboratories, United States of America (3)Silliker Laboratories, United States of America


Effect of dairy product consumption on cognitive performance among elderly participants of the Cache County Study on Memory, Health and Aging.

R. Ward(1)
(1)Utah State University, United States of America


Generating Meaningful Results with Lipidomics

S. Watkins(1)
(1)Metabolon, United States of America


Targeted Lipidomics Of Signaling Sphingolipids In Health And Disease

E. Berdyshev(1)
(1)University of Illinois at Chicago, United States of America


Lipidomic Analysis of Essential Fatty Acids and their Metabolites in the Fat-1 Transgenic Mouse

J. McKenzie(1), G. Astarita(2), J. Kang(3)
(1)Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, United States of America (2)Georgetown University, United States of America (3)Discovery and Life Science, Waters Corporation, United States of America


Dietary Fat Metabolism in Humans Using Deuterated Fatty Acids: Perceptions, Realities, Questions

E. Emken(1)
(1)Midwest Research Consultants, United States of America



  AFTERNOON


ANA 5: General Analytical
Chair(s): V. Jain, Bunge, USA; A. Tang, University of California - Davis, USA

The Direct Determination of Double Bond Positions in Lipid Mixtures by Liquid Chromatography/ In-line Ozonolysis/ Mass Spectrometry (lc/o3-ms).

C. Sun(1), Y. Zhao(2), J. Curtis(3)
(1)University of Alberta, Canada (2)University of Alberta, Canada (3)University of Alberta, Canada


Odorant Synergy Effects as the Cause of Fishy Malodors in Algal Marine Oils R.T. Marsili and C.R. Laskonis, Marsili Consulting Group, Rockford College, Rockford, IL 61108 USA

R. Marsili(1), C. Laskonis(2)
(1)Marsili Consulting Group, United States of America (2)Marsili Consulting Group, United States of America


A Rapid Method to Determine Sterol, Erythrodiol, and Uvaol Concentrations in Olive Oil

B. Mathison(1), D. Holstege(2)
(1)United States Military Academy, United States of America (2)University of California, Davis, United States of America


Regiospecific Determination of Conjugated Linoleic Acids (cla) and Trans-vaccenic Acid (va) in Triacylglycerol of Regular and High cla Milk-fat

D. Zope(1), P. Angers(2), J. Arul(3)
(1)Laval University, Canada (2)Laval University, Canada (3)Laval University, Canada


CANCELLED-Microtitration of free fatty acids in oil and biodiesel samples using absorbance and/or fluorescence of pyranine.

S. Fedosov(1), J. Brask(2), X. Xu(3)
(1)Dept. of Engineering Science, Aarhus University, Denmark (2)Novozymes A/S, Denmark (3)Dept. of Engineering Science, Aarhus University, Denmark


Regiospecific Analysis of Solid Fats by a Novel Enzymatic Method

Y. Watanabe(1), T. Nagai(2), S. Sato(3), C. Sato(4), S. Sera(5), R. Sato(6), T. Aki(7)
(1)Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute, Japan (2)Tsukishima Foods Industry Co., Ltd, Japan (3)Japan Food Research Laboratories, Japan (4)The Nisshin OilliO Group, Japan (5)The Nisshin OilliO Group, Japan (6)Hiroshima University, Japan (7)Hiroshima University, Japan


ANA 5.1/S&D 5: Emerging Test Methods for Surfactants and Detergents
Chair(s): M. Tsumadori, Kao Corp., Japan; H. Li, Bruker Optics Inc., USA

Characterization of Surfactant Iron Oxide Nanoparticle Interactions Using Isothermal Titration Calorimetry (itc)

Z. Wang(1), S. Xu(2), E. Acosta(3)
(1)University of Toronto, Canada (2)University of Toronto, Canada (3)University of Toronto, Canada


Using Inflection Points in Surfactant Blend Properties as a Guide to System Synergies

R. Theiner(1), R. Bennett(2)
(1)Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., United States of America (2)Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., United States of America


Quantification of oil extraction from microalgae using conventional solvents and microemulsions

E. Acosta(1), J. Chan(2), R. Xu(3), L. Diosady(4)
(1)University of Toronto, Department of Chemical Eng. and Appl. Chemistry, Canada (2)University of Toronto, Canada (3)University of Toronto, Canada (4)University of Toronto, Canada


Use of acoustic spectrometry to determine drop size distribution of water-in-bitumen emulsions

E. Acosta(1), W. Ren(2), S. Ng(3)
(1)University of Toronto, Department of Chemical Eng. and Appl. Chemistry, Canada (2)University of Toronto, Canada (3)Syncrude Canada Ltd., Canada




Analytical Poster Session


Chair(s): K. Ma, Cognis Corp., USA

Chemistry and Utilisation of Madhuca Insignis (radlk.) H.j. lam (sapotaceae), Lesser Known new Tree Borne Oilseeds of Western Ghats, India
  M. Srinivasa(1)
  (1)Institute of Wood Science & Technology, Malleshwaram, Bangalore,India, India

Secretory Phospholipases A2(spla2s)release Free F2-isoprostanes From Lipoprotein Phospholipids
  A. Kuksis(1), W. Pruzanski(2)
  (1)University of Toronto, Canada (2)University of Toronto, Canada

PTAD (4-phenyl-1,2,4-triazoline-3,5-dione) as a Novel Reagent in the GC-MS Identification of Conjugated Fatty Acid Positional Isomerism
  U. Shah(1), A. Proctor(2), J. Lay(3)
  (1)University of Arkansas, United States of America (2)University of Arkansas, United States of America (3)University of Arkansas, United States of America

Pulp oil of Acrocomia Aculeata: the Variability in Fruits From Pantanal and Cerrados Biomes (Brazil)
  S. Favaro(1), G. Ciconini(2), C. Miranda(3), C. Souza(4), L. Martins(5)
  (1)Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (EMBRAPA), Brazil (2)Catholic University Dom Bosco, Brazil (3)Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (EMBRAPA), Brazil (4)Catholic University Dom Bosco, Brazil (5)Catholic University Dom Bosco, United States of America

Rapid Lipid Extraction From egg Yolks
  S. Shinn(1), A. Proctor(2)
  (1)University of Arkansas Dept of Food Science, United States of America (2)University of Arkansas, United States of America

Discrimination of Geographic Origin of Asian Sesame Oils by Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen Stable Isotope Analyses
  H. Jeon(1), S. Lee(2), Y. Cho(3), J. Oh(4), K. Kwon(5), B. Kim(6)
  (1)Chung-Ang University, Korea, Republic of (2)Korea Apicultural Association, Korea, Republic of (3)Korea Food and Drug Administration, Korea, Republic of (4)Korea Food and Drug Administration, Korea, Republic of (5)Busan Regional Korea Food and Drug Administration, Korea, Republic of (6)Chung-Ang University, Korea, Republic of

Discrimination of Origin of Sesame Oils Using Fatty Acid and Lignan Profiles in Combination With Canonical Discriminant Analysis
  H. Jeon(1), I. Kim(2), H. Choi(3), C. Lee(4), C. Akoh(5), B. Kim(6)
  (1)Chung-Ang University, Korea, Republic of (2)Korea University, Korea, Republic of (3)Korea Food Research Institute, Korea, Republic of (4)Chung-Ang University, Korea, Republic of (5)The University of Georgia, United States of America (6)Chung-Ang University, Korea, Republic of

Edible oil Adulteration Testing by Ft-nir
  C. Heil(1), D. Drapcho(2), H. He(3)
  (1)Thermo Fisher Scientific, United States of America (2)Thermo Fisher Scientific, United States of America (3)Thermo Fisher Scientific, United States of America

CANCELLED-Acid Number Determination of Vegetable Oils by Different Titration Methods
  F. Ribeiro Bürgel(1), A. dos Santos Vieira(2), C. de Mello Alves Portella(3), M. Jorge Vinhoza(4), S. Cabral de Menezes(5)
  (1)PUC-Rio, Brazil (2)PUC-Rio, Brazil (3)PUC-Rio, Brazil (4)PUC-Rio, Brazil (5)Petrobras, Brazil

Quantitative Comparison of Direct in Situ Transesterification of Plasma, Red Blood Cells and Brain Tissues With and Without Prior Lipid Isolations
  K. Ramirez(1), K. Wynalda Camozzi(2)
  (1)DSM Nutritional Products, United States of America (2)DSM, United States of America

Authentication and Quality Control and of Vegetable oil by the Heracles E-nose System
  L. Towa(1), C. Schneider(2), J. Shea(3), J. Mifsud(4)
  (1)Alpha MOS, United States of America (2)Alpha MOS, United States of America (3)Alpha MOS, United States of America (4)Alpha MOS, United States of America

Determination of Cooking oil Adulteration by Principal Component Analysis With HPLC - Charged Aerosol Detector Data
  M. Plante(1), D. Thomas(2), B. Bailey(3), I. Acworth(4)
  (1)Thermo Fisher Scientific, United States of America (2)Thermo Fisher Scientific, United States of America (3)Thermo Fisher Scientific, United States of America (4)Thermo Fisher Scientific, United States of America

Characterization of Used Cooking Oils by Hplc-ms and Corona Charged Aerosol Detection
  M. Plante(1), D. Thomas(2), B. Bailey(3), I. Acworth(4)
  (1)Thermo Fisher Scientific, United States of America (2)Thermo Fisher Scientific, United States of America (3)Thermo Fisher Scientific, United States of America (4)Thermo Fisher Scientific, United States of America

Mathematical Relationship Between IV & RI for vegetable Oil.
  S. Mukhopadhyay(1)
  (1)Emami Biotech Limited., India

Fatty acid profile and minor lipid components in the oil of some selected germplasms of Lepidium campestre
  S. Madawala(1), M. Geleta(2), L. Zhu(3), P. Dutta(4)
  (1)Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden (2)Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden (3)Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden (4)Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden

Shielding Effects of Porous Glass Beads technology in preventing the association of additives in foods.
  n. navarro(1)
  (1)nueva ecija university of science and technology, Philippines

Effect of temperature and usage of frying process on the fatty acids profile of partially hydrogenated vegetable oil (Vanaspati)
  K. Anwar(1), V. Kardam(2), K. Pant(3)
  (1)Indian Institute of Delhi (IIT), New Delhi, India, India (2)Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), New Delhi, India, India (3)Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), New Delhi, India, India

Quantification of triacylglycerols in vegetable oils by easy ambient sonic-spray ionization mass spectrometry technique.
  G. Fernandes(1), A. Fernandes(2), R. Simas(3), M. Eberlin(4), R. Alberici(5), D. Barrera-Arellano(6)
  (1)UNICAMP, Brazil (2)UNICAMP, Brazil (3)UNICAMP, Brazil (4)UNICAMP, Brazil (5)UNICAMP, Brazil (6)UNICAMP, Brazil

The Effect of Different Cold Storage Conditions on Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  X. LI(1), S. Wang(2), C. Shoemaker(3), H. Zhu(4)
  (1)University of California, Davis, United States of America (2)University of California, Davis, United States of America (3)University of California, Davis, United States of America (4)University of California, Davis, United States of America

Chlorinated acyloxonium ions originating prior to or subsequent to McLafferty rearrangement as characteristic markers of chloropropanol esters under electron impact conditions
  A. Rahn(1), V. Yaylayan(2)
  (1)McGill University, Canada (2)McGill University, United States of America

On GC behaviour of 18:4n-6
  M. Vyssotski(1), K. Lagutin(2), Y. Itabashi(3)
  (1)Industrial Research Limited, New Zealand (2)Industrial Research Limited, New Zealand (3)Hokkaido University, Japan

An Automated Sample Preparation System for the analysis of fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) in edible oils
  R. Juskelis(1), J. Cappozzo(2), P. Wylie(3), P. Mrozinski(4)
  (1)IFSH, United States of America (2)IFSH, United States of America (3)Agilent Technologies, United States of America (4)Agilent Technologies, United States of America

MALDI-TOF MS Characterization of Reaction Products and Degradants Related to Biodiesel and Associated Materials
  T. McGinnis(1), A. Leigh(2)
  (1)Nalco Ecolab, United States of America (2)Nalco Ecolab, United States of America

An Isotope Dilution-Gas Chromatography-Negative Chemical Ionization-Mass Spectrometry Method for the Analysis of Trans-Fatty Acids in Human Plasma
  H. Kuiper(1), T. Frame(2), A. Ribera(3), H. Vesper(4)
  (1)Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, United States of America (2)Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, United States of America (3)Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, United States of America (4)Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, United States of America

Geographical Origin Characterization of Olive Oil using ICPMS and Mass Profiler Professional Software
  J. Nelson(1), R. Juskelis(2), J. Cappozzo(3)
  (1)Agilent, United States of America (2)IFSH, United States of America (3)IFSH/IIT, United States of America

Chromatographic study of sinigrin and AITC
  D. Yuan(1), D. Owiti(2), M. Reaney(3)
  (1)University of Saskatchewan, Canada (2)University of Saskatchewan, Canada (3)University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Determination of Vitamin K1 Isomers in Oil Seeds by High Performance Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry
  F. Claussen(1)
  (1)EPL Bio Analytical Services, United States of America

GC-MS Quantitative Determination of Short-Chain Free Fatty Acids in Milk Based on Ethyl Chloroformate (ECF) In-Solution Derivatization
  B. Amer(1), C. Nebel(2), H. Bertram(3), G. Mortensen(4), T. Dalsgaard(5)
  (1)Aarhus University,, Denmark (2)Aarhus University, Denmark (3)Aarhus University, Denmark (4)Aarhus University, Denmark (5)Aarhus University, Denmark

An Automated Method for Accurate Determination of EPA and DHA in Marine Oils Found in Today's Supplement Market
  S. Kanable(1), B. Mitchell(2)
  (1)Covance Laboratories, United States of America (2)Covance Laboratories, United States of America

HPLC Analysis with Fluorescence Detection of Pheophytins and Pyropheophytin in Extra Virgin Olive Oil by a Modified Version of Annex C of the ISO 29841 Method for Chlorophyll Degradation Products
  M. Woodman(1)
  (1)Agilent Technologies, United States of America

On-line column-switching HPLC-MS/MS analysis of enantiomeric 3-MCPD fatty acid diesters in refined edible oils
  Y. Itabashi(1), S. Yoshioka(2), M. Suzui(3), H. Tsuda(4), A. Kuksis(5)
  (1)Hokkaido University, Japan (2)Hokkaido University, Japan (3)Nagoya City University, Japan (4)Nagoya City University, Japan (5)University of Toronto, Canada

Trans fat screening by IR for a processing environment
  R. Packer(1), J. Sellors(2)
  (1)PerkinElmer, United States of America (2)PerkinElmer, United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Identification of steryl esters in margarine and corn kernels using ESI-MS/MS and ESI-MS/MS/MS Ion Trap-Mass Spectrometry.
  I. Hailat(1), R. Helleur(2), C. Parrish(3)
  (1)Memorial university of Newfoundland, Canada (2)Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada (3)Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

Analyses of Fat-Soluble Vitamins, carotenoids and Lipids by Supercritical Fluid Chromatography with Sub-2µm Particle Columns
  J. Yang(1), R. Chen(2), M. Jones(3), G. Isaac(4)
  (1)Waters, United States of America (2)Waters, United States of America (3)Waters, United States of America (4)Waters, United States of America

LIPID PEROXIDATION INHIBITION CAPACITY (LPIC) ASSAY: A NEW METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY
  S. Quek(1), C. Breig(2), J. Zhang(3)
  (1)The University of Auckland, New Zealand (2)The University of Aauckland, United States of America (3)The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Limited, New Zealand

Quantification of fatty acids in New Zealand sea cucumbers (Autralostichopus mollis)
  S. Quek(1), F. Liu(2)
  (1)The University of Auckland, United States of America (2)The University of Auckland, United States of America

CANCELLED-Oil-Containing Micelles as Calibration Standard for Lipophilic Dye-Based Microalgal Lipid Quantification
  H. Zhao(1), K. Lee(2), P. Nam(3)
  (1)Missouri University of Science and Technology, United States of America (2)Lincoln University, United States of America (3)Missouri University of Science and Technology, United States of America



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