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Pigments (directed linked flavanol-anthocyanins 7, pyranoanthocyanins 8 and ethyl bridge flavanol-anthocyanins 9) which formation was favored by the optimum wine storage. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2015. ch003 Supervised multivariate analysis in both the ESI- and ESI+ LC-MS experiments, showed various metabolites with a significant concentration difference between the two storage conditions (3). The significance of these tentative markers for red wine storage increased over time, as can already be seen in the PCA plot of Figure 4.
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Advances in wine research by Ebeler, Susan E