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Biogenic amines (BAs) are organic compounds with low molecular weight and can be used as indicators of the quality and safety of canned aquatic products during processing and storage. However, excess of these amines can cause foodborne poisoning. Therefore, the determination, analysis, and prevention of BAs are of great importance. This article focuses on the sources, formation, and pretreatment methods, as well as analytical techniques, change tendency, and control techniques of BAs, with the aim of promoting more appropriate analysis of canned aquatic products to provide a reference for the food industries. Copyright ©, International Association for Food Protection.


Jingyu Wang, Yinghong Qu, Zhidong Liu, Huimin Zhou. Formation, Analytical Methods, Change Tendency, and Control Strategies of Biogenic Amines in Canned Aquatic Products: A Systematic Review. Journal of food protection. 2021 Nov 01;84(11):2020-2036

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