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Approche métabolomique combinant l'analyse LC-MS/MS et les réseaux moléculaires pour suivre les constituants bioactifs des amandes de Calophyllum inophyllum (tamanu) pendant le processus de séchage

Abstract : Tamanu oil, obtained from the nuts of Calophyllum inophyllum L. (Calophyllaceae), was traditionally used to cure various skin problems and ailments in French Polynesia. Nuts and containing oil are also used for skin care. Since the drying of nuts is an important stage for oil preparation, the objective of our study was to develop an analytical method to evaluate oil quality during nuts drying process following different drying parameters. Using a metabolomic approach combining LC-MS/MS analysis and molecular networking, the obtained data revealed differences in the metabolites chemical classes occurring in resulting oils. For the first time, our study provides new findings regarding the occurrence and evolution of the metabolites in tamanu nuts during the drying process. The developed method provided a powerful analytical tool aiming a better identification of bioactive components formed in tamanu nuts during drying process and will be helpful to produce high quality oil for a natural active cosmetic ingredient. An efficient metabolomic approach was implemented to identify markers inducing variability in chemical composition during drying process of nuts. Thus, this set-up analytical method successfully applied in tamanu could be used to the study of metabolites of a wide range of plants.
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Emilie Stierlin, Raimana Ho, Stephane Greff, Gaëtan Herbette, Phila Raharivelomanana. Approche métabolomique combinant l'analyse LC-MS/MS et les réseaux moléculaires pour suivre les constituants bioactifs des amandes de Calophyllum inophyllum (tamanu) pendant le processus de séchage. Arbres et autres plantes de la cosmétopée : Perspectives d'innovation et de valorisation des filières en Outre-Mer, Mar 2022, Cayenne, Guyane française. 2022. ⟨hal-03629506⟩

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