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  1. CORESTA Congress, Berlin, 2016, Smoke Science/Product Technology Groups, ST 35

    Development of a method for trace level analysis in the aerosol from a novel tobacco vaporiser

    MASUGI E.(1); SASAMOTO K.(2); OCHIAI N.(2); DAVID F.(3); SANDRA P.(3)
    (1) Japan Tobacco Inc. Tobacco Science Research Center, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan; (2) GERSTEL K.K., Tokyo, Japan; (3) Research Institute for Chromatography, Kortrijk, Belgium
    In some markets, a variety of tobacco vaporisers is commercially available. One of the characteristics of tobacco vaporisers is that the generated aerosol contains a lower number of combustion-derived chemicals due to the particular heating system which ...
  2. CORESTA Congress, Quebec, 2014, Smoke Science/Product Technology Groups, ST 45

    Comprehensive analysis of lipid compounds in tobacco leaf

    MASUGI E.(1); DUNKLE M.(2); t'KINT R.(2); MITSUI M.(1); OCHIAI N.(3); DAVID F.(2); SANDRA K.(2); SANDRA P.(2)
    (1) Japan Tobacco Inc. Tobacco Science Research Center, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan; (2) Research Institute for Chromatography, Kortrijk, Belgium; (3) GERSTEL K.K., Tokyo, Japan
    In recent years, lipidomics has been a vastly expanding field of research due to the development of new technologies in liquid chromatography and from recognising the role of lipids in metabolism. Tobacco leaf consists of thousands of chemical compounds ...
  3. CORESTA Meeting, Agronomy/Phytopathology, 2013, Brufa di Torgiano, AP 15

    Field control efficacy of bio-organic fertiliser fermented with antagonists to tobacco bacterial wilt and its biocontrol mechanisms

    LIU Yanxia; LI Xiang; CAI Liuti; CAO Yi; SHI Junxiong
    Guizhou Tobacco Institute, Jinyang District, Guiyang, P.R. China
    An organic fertiliser made of rapeseed meal and dairy manure with proportion of 1:1 (w:w) was then solid fermented by two antagonists, making it bio-organic fertilizer (BOF). Field experiments were conducted in Anhui Province for two years to investigate ...
  4. CORESTA Meeting, Smoke Science/Product Technology, 2013, Seville, ST 15

    Application of an Omics approach and soft ionisation of the apolar fraction of tobacco leaf

    MASUGI E.(1); DUNKLE M.(2); MITSUI K.(1); OCHIAI N.(3); KANDA H.(3); NAGATA H.(1); DAVID F.(2); SANDRA P.(2)
    (1) Japan Tobacco Inc., Tobacco Science Research Center, Yokohama, Japan; (2) Research Institute for Chromatography, Kortrijk, Belgium; (3) Gerstel K.K., Tokyo, Japan
    Tobacco leaf is highly complex, containing thousands of different components that range in molecular weight and polarity. Some components can be used to characterise and differentiate leaf types using analytical techniques and data processing. In CORESTA ...
  5. CORESTA Meeting, Smoke Science/Product Technology, 2013, Seville, ST 30

    Application of multidimensional GC in combination with tandem mass spectrometry and accurate mass detection for identification of sulphur compounds in tobacco smoke extract

    MITSUI K.(1); YOSHIMURA Y.(1); OCHIAI N.(2); SASAMOTO K.(2); NAGATA H.(1); DAVID F.(3); SANDRA P.(3)
    (1) Japan Tobacco Inc., Tobacco Science Research Center, Yokohama, Japan; (2) Gerstel K.K., Tokyo, Japan; (3) Research Institute for Chromatography, Kortrijk, Belgium
    Tobacco smoke is a highly complex mixture of a wide variety of chemical compounds including sulphur-containing compounds which are present at very low concentrations and have low odour thresholds. From past studies, it is well known that required ...
  6. CORESTA Congress, Sapporo, 2012, Agronomy/Phytopathology Groups, APPOST 09

    Cloning and bioinformatic analysis of orange protein (OR) gene from Nicotiana tabacum

    LEI Bo(1); LU Kun(2); DING Fu-zhang(1); LIU Xiao-rong(2); HU Zhong-yi(1); PAN Wen-jie(1)
    (1) Guizhou Tobacco Science Research Institute, Guiyang, Guizhou, P.R. China; (2) College of Agronomy and Biothehnology of Southwest University, Chongqing, P.R. China
    Previous microarray results indicated that the orange protein (OR) gene in the carotenoid biosynthesis pathway showed significant differential expression in leaves between moderate and light aroma tobacco areas. In order to obtain the full-length sequence ...
  7. CORESTA Congress, Sapporo, 2012, Smoke Science/Product Technology Groups, PT 08

    Heart-cutting two-dimensional GC in combination with isotope ratio mass spectrometry for the characterisation of lipids in tobacco leaves and smoke

    DAVID F.(1); DUMONT E.(1); TIENPONT B.(1); MITSUI K.(2); OCHIAI N.(3); KANDA H.(3); HIGASHI N.(2); SANDRA P.(1)
    (1) Research Institute for Chromatography, Kortrijk, Belgium; (2) Japan Tobacco Inc., Tobacco Science Research Center, Yokohama, Japan; (3) Gerstel K.K., Tokyo, Japan
    During the last few years, interest in isotope ratio mass spectrometry (IRMS) has increased tremendously. IRMS is used for the determination of the origin/source of products and for adulteration detection. Application areas include natural product ...
  8. CORESTA Congress, Sapporo, 2012, Smoke Science/Product Technology Groups, SS 14

    Applying gas chromatography with soft ionisation mass spectroscopy for the characterisation of tobacco leaves and tobacco smoke

    DAVID F.(1); TIENPONT B.(1); MITSUI K.(2); OCHIAI N.(3); SASAMOTO K.(3); HIGASHI N.(2); SANDRA P.(1)
    (1) Research Institute for Chromatography, Kortrijk, Belgium; (2) Japan Tobacco Inc., Tobacco Science Research Center, Yokohama, Japan; (3) Gerstel K.K., Tokyo, Japan
    In this presentation, the applicability of GC in combination with atmospheric pressure chemical ionisation mass spectroscopy (APCI-MS) and with supersonic molecular beam ionisation mass spectroscopy (SMB-MS) will be demonstrated for the characterisation ...
  9. CORESTA Congress, Sapporo, 2012, Smoke Science/Product Technology Groups, SSPT 28

    Comprehensive analysis of sulfur-containing compounds in tobacco smoke by using new separation and analytical techniques

    YOSHIMURA Y.(1); OCHIAI N.(2); SASAMOTO K.(2); MITSUI K.(1); KANDA H.(2); HIGASHI N.(1); DAVID F.(3); SANDRA P.(3)
    (1) Japan Tobacco Inc., Tobacco Science Research Center, Yokohama, Japan; (2) Gerstel K.K., Tokyo, Japan; (3) Research Institute for Chromatography, Kortrijk, Belgium
    Sulfur-containing compounds in food have been extensively studied because of their effect on aroma and taste. It is well known that sulfur compounds in complex matrices, such as tobacco smoke, are difficult to analyse. Sulfur compounds are typically ...