Comparison of selected metals content in cambodian striped snakehead fish (channa striata) using solar drying system and open sun drying

Dayang Fredalina Basri, Nur Faizah Abu Bakar, Ahmad Fudholi, Mohd Hafidz Ruslan, Im Saroeun

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Abstract

The content of 12 elements in Cambodian dried striped snakehead fish was determined using inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry. The present study compares the level of the trace toxic metals and nutritional trace elements in the fish processed using solar drying system (SDS) and open sun drying (OSD). The skin of SDS fish has lower level of As, Pb, and Cd compared to the OSD sample. As such, the flesh of the fish accumulated higher amount of toxic metals during OSD compared to SDS. However, arsenic was detected in both samples within the safe limit. The nutritional elements (Fe, Mn, Mg, Se, Mo, Cu, Ni, and Cr) were higher in the skin sample SDS fish compared to OSD fish. These beneficial metals were not accumulated in the flesh sample SDS fish demonstrating lower level compared to drying under conventional system. The reddish coloration of the SDS fish was due to the presence of high Cu content in both the skin and flesh samples which possibly account for no mold formation 5 days after packaging. As conclusion, drying of Cambodian C. striata using solar-assisted system has proven higher content of the nutritious elements compared to using the conventional system despite only slight difference in the toxic metals level between the two systems.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJournal of Environmental and Public Health
PublisherHindawi Publishing Corporation
Volume2015
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 22 Jan 2015

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Solar System
Fishes
Metals
Poisons
Skin
Trace Elements
Arsenic
Product Packaging
Mass Spectrometry
Fungi

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health
  • Health, Toxicology and Mutagenesis

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Basri, D. F., Abu Bakar, N. F., Fudholi, A., Ruslan, M. H., & Saroeun, I. (2015). Comparison of selected metals content in cambodian striped snakehead fish (channa striata) using solar drying system and open sun drying. In Journal of Environmental and Public Health (Vol. 2015). [470968] Hindawi Publishing Corporation. https://doi.org/10.1155/2015/470968

Comparison of selected metals content in cambodian striped snakehead fish (channa striata) using solar drying system and open sun drying. / Basri, Dayang Fredalina; Abu Bakar, Nur Faizah; Fudholi, Ahmad; Ruslan, Mohd Hafidz; Saroeun, Im.

Journal of Environmental and Public Health. Vol. 2015 Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2015. 470968.

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Basri, Dayang Fredalina ; Abu Bakar, Nur Faizah ; Fudholi, Ahmad ; Ruslan, Mohd Hafidz ; Saroeun, Im. / Comparison of selected metals content in cambodian striped snakehead fish (channa striata) using solar drying system and open sun drying. Journal of Environmental and Public Health. Vol. 2015 Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2015.
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