正しいUMF / MGO相関




出典:Analytica Laboratories


出典

1. "Identification and quantification of methylglyoxal as the dominant antibacterial constituent

of Manuka (Leptospermum scopariam) honeys from New Zealand". Mavric E., et al. 
Molecular Nutrition & Food Research (2008).

2. "Isolation by HPLC and characterization of bioactive fraction of New Zealand manuka

(Leptsospermum scopariam) honey". Adams, C.J., et al. Carbohydrade Research (2008).

See also: Corrigendum to "Isolation by HPLC and characterization of bioactive..." Adams C. J. et al

paper in Carbohydrade Research (2008). Adams C. J. et al. Carbohydrade Research (2009).

4. "The origin of methyglyoxal in New Zealand manuka (Leptsospermum scopariam) honey".
Adams C. J. et al. Carbohydrade Research (2009).          

5. "Methylglyoxal-Infused Honey Mimics the Anti-Staphylococcus aureus Biofilm Activity of Manuka Honey: Potential Implication in Chronic Rhinosinusitis". Jervis-Bardy, J., et al. The Laryngoscope (2011).  

6. "DHA, MG, and manuka honey activity". By Megan Grainger. New Zealand Beekeeper (May 2015).           

 

 

UMF = 0.348 x (MGO)^0.603