Agnes M. Rimando | Authors

Dr. Agnes M. Rimando received the Ph.D. degree in pharmacognosy from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1993. She is currently a Research Chemist with the USDA ARS, Natural Products Utilization Research Unit, Oxford, Mississippi. She is serving as the 2005 Vice-Chair of the American Chemical Society Agricultural and Food Chemistry Division.


Determination of Stilbenes in Blueberries

There is growing evidence that blueberries have powerful disease-fighting properties. Here the authors explore the research being done in this area, describing the use of a magnetic seector GC-MS SIM method to determine the presence of phenolic antioxidants in blueberries.