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  • a Istanbul Directorate of Provincial Food Agriculture and Livestock, Istanbul, Turkey
  • | b Health School, Gumushane University, TR-29100, Gumushane, Turkey
  • | c Faculty of Engineering, Aksaray University, TR-68100, Aksaray, Turkey
  • | d Faculty of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering, Istanbul Technical University, Maslak, TR-34469, Istanbul, Turkey
  • | e BIOACTIVE Research & Innovation Food Manufac., Indust. Trade Ltd., Katar Street, Teknokent ARI-3, B110, Sarıyer, 34467, Istanbul, Turkey
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The aim of this study was to synthesize structured lipid from hazelnut oil with conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) by lipase-catalyzed esterification reaction. The incorporation of CLA into hazelnut oil was optimized by response surface methodology (RSM). Substrate molar ratio, time, and temperature were independent variables chosen for optimization of the reaction. Substrate molar ratio was the most significant variable on the incorporation of conjugated linoleic acid. Good quadratic model was achieved by multiple regression analysis and backward elimination. Optimal incorporation conditions were determined as follows: reaction temperature, 59 °C; time, 6 hours; substrate molar ratio, 4. Under these optimum conditions, a maximum incorporation ratio of CLA into hazelnut oil of 49.42% was achieved.

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  • Á. Németh (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary)
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