The 6 reference contexts in paper A. Solovyev I., I. Podkolzin V. (2018) “ASSESSMENT OF POSSIBLE USE OF CARBON ISOTOPE RATIOS IN AMINO ACIDS FOR MEAT PRODUCT GEOGRAPHICAL ORIGIN IDENTIFICATION” / spz:neicon:veterinary:y:2017:i:2:p:10-12

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    Different analytical methods widely used for food product origin identification have been currently developed. They are: isotopic ratio of light elements, element analysis, nuclear magnetic-resonance, chromatography profiling, near and mid infrared spectroscopy methods
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    . Despite the fact that isotope-ratio mass spectrometry is a powerful method providing comprehensive information on geographic origin of the test object [5, 13], there are more publications on applying different combinations of specified above test methods.
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    mass spectrometry is a powerful method providing comprehensive information on geographic origin of the test object [5, 13], there are more publications on applying different combinations of specified above test methods. GC-C-IRMS method is not widely spread in laboratory practice. There are only several examples of its successful use for determining carbon isotope ratios in fatty acids
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    . This approach was also extended for determining δ13N [4], δ18O, δ2H [3], and δ34S [1]. The purpose of this work was to assess the possibility of performing compound specific isotope analysis of amino acids by method based on gas chromatographic profiling followed by determination of carbon isotope ratios for meat geographic origin identification.
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    GC-C-IRMS method is not widely spread in laboratory practice. There are only several examples of its successful use for determining carbon isotope ratios in fatty acids [8]. This approach was also extended for determining δ13N
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    , δ18O, δ2H [3], and δ34S [1]. The purpose of this work was to assess the possibility of performing compound specific isotope analysis of amino acids by method based on gas chromatographic profiling followed by determination of carbon isotope ratios for meat geographic origin identification.
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    GC-C-IRMS method is not widely spread in laboratory practice. There are only several examples of its successful use for determining carbon isotope ratios in fatty acids [8]. This approach was also extended for determining δ13N [4], δ18O, δ2H
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    , and δ34S [1]. The purpose of this work was to assess the possibility of performing compound specific isotope analysis of amino acids by method based on gas chromatographic profiling followed by determination of carbon isotope ratios for meat geographic origin identification.
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    GC-C-IRMS method is not widely spread in laboratory practice. There are only several examples of its successful use for determining carbon isotope ratios in fatty acids [8]. This approach was also extended for determining δ13N [4], δ18O, δ2H [3], and δ34S
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    . The purpose of this work was to assess the possibility of performing compound specific isotope analysis of amino acids by method based on gas chromatographic profiling followed by determination of carbon isotope ratios for meat geographic origin identification.
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    Statistical data analysis was performed using free software for statistical calculations– R version 3.1.2 using the following software packages: caret 6.0-41 [10], e1071 1.6-4 [11], ggplot2 1.0.0 [15], kernlab 0.9-19
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    , lattice 0.20-29 [14], MASS 7.3-35 [9], pROC 1.7.3 [12]. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Meat samples were collected in 2013-2014 by the Rosselkhoznadzor territorial administrations in veterinary and sanitary check points for quality and safety tests. 225 samples were collected from 7 types of meat from 24 countries (Table 2).
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