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Research Article

Comparative Evaluation of Sulfur Compounds Contents and Antiobesity Properties of Allium hookeri Prepared by Different Drying Methods

Table 1

Sulfur-containing volatile compounds in samples by GC/MS.

RT (min)1Compounds Content (mg/100 g)

4.27Ethyl sulfide20.07
5.14Dimethyl sulfide1.180.06
8.90n-Propyl cis-1-propenyl sulfide0.06
10.58Methyl allyl disulfide2.530.03
10.82Diethyl disulfide0.02
11.22Methyl propyl disulfide0.04

11.55Trans-propenyl methyl disulfide0.01
12.58Dimethyl trisulfide6.300.91
17.17Propene sulfide0.70
17.85Diallyl disulfide2.53
18.28Butyl propenyl sulfide
18.83(E,E)-Bis(1-propenyl) disulfide2.33
19.18trans-Propenyl propyl disulfide0.03
19.512-Propenyl propyl disulfide0.450.01
20.60Methyl methylthiomethyl disulfide
21.14Methyl propyl trisulfide0.62
24.09Dimethyl tetrasulfide1.32
27.91Diallyl trisulfide10.460.20
28.94Dipropyl trisulfide2.740.27
31.25Methyl 2-propenyl tetrasulfide0.23
34.39Dimethyl trisulfide0.04
37.65Di-2-propenyl tetrasulfide1.510.05

1RT: retention time. 2“—” corresponds to “not detected.”

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