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LData derived from Morris and Hill (1996). mData derived from Agte et al. (1999). 19 derived from Lehrfeld (1989). derived from Sandberg and Ahderinne (1986). cData derived from Sandberg and Svanberg (1991). dData derived from Kasim and Edwards (1998). eData derived from Lehrfeld (1994). fData derived from Brune et al. (1992). gData derived from Ferguson et al. (1993). InsP5 (g/100 g) INOSITOL PHOSPHATES IN FOODS Food 20 B. Q. PHILLIPPY Brune et al. (1992) studied the breakdown of InsP6 during breadmaking.
1999) compared soaking and fermentation of raw and germinated quinoa flours followed by cooking. 5 µmol/g. 0 µmol/g InsP6. 1 µmol/g each of InsP4 and InsP3. Soaking of maize flour or pounded maize was recently found to reduce the InsP5 and InsP6 content by more than half and was preferable to fermentation because the conditions were easier to control (Hotz and Gibson, 2001). V. INOSITOL PHOSPHATES IN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Extremely little is known about the inositol phosphates in fruits and vegetables.
Ins(1,4)P2 binds to and activates 6-phosphofructokinase (Mayr, 1989). , 1986). , 1989). , 2000). , 1992). Also known as the pharmaceutical drug α-trinositol, Ins(1,2,6)P3 has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties and is an antagonist of neuropeptide Y (Bell and McDermott, 1998). Although its mode of action is unknown, Ins(1,2,6)P3 may inhibit signal transduction by binding to proteins such as receptors for Ins(1,3,4,5)P4 (Bell and McDermott, 1998). , 1995, 1996). , 1995). Chelation of iron to the 1,2,3-trisphosphate grouping may also reduce the likelihood for lipid peroxidation catalyzed by iron bound to other anionic compounds (Phillippy and Graf, 1997).