The HPLC method used a C8 column and the potassium chloride in aqueous acetic acid as a mobile phase with a linear gradient. The retention time was a bit over 20 min and the identity of the peak was confirmed as furosine by MS (mass spectrometry).

During the heating process carbonyl groups of sugars react with amino groups of amino acids and peptides forming a variety of products. The products of this, so-called, Maillard reaction contribute to flavor, aroma, and color of soy milk.


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