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The result obtained at optimum extraction conditions recovers 90% of alliin from fresh garlic cloves. In general, substrates of alliinase reaction contain the following structural features: (a) they must be derivatives of cysteine; (b) the sulfur atom of the cysteine derivative must link to alk(en)yl group; (c) the amino group of the cysteine portion of the compound must not be blocked; and (d) the sulfur atom of the cysteine derivative must be a sulfoxide. , 2015). , 2014). Small et al. (1947) considered thiosulfinates as a new class of antibacterial compounds and chemically synthesized many different thiosulfinates.