In this study, biotin (vitamin B7) contents of frequently consumed foods in Korea were determined by using immunoaffinity column in conjunction with high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). The biotin contents of 24 foods of plant origin and 27 foods of animal origin were selected. The highest biotin contents in frequently consumed foods of plant origin were found in red beans (Huinguseul; 11.475 ㎍/100 g). On the other hand, biotin was not detected in any varieties of sorghum. For frequently consumed foods of animal origin, salted pollack roe (7.486 ㎍/100 g) showed the highest biotin content. However, beef and fish contained less biotin. All biotin analyses were conducted under analytical quality control. The limits of detection and limits of quantification of biotin were 0.007 and 0.023 ㎍/100 g, respectively, and the accuracy/recovery percentage was 95.35-105.02%. The precision values were 4.041% (repeatability) and 3.835% (reproducibility). Taken together, our data provide reliable data on the biotin contents of frequently consumed foods in Korea.
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