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- Eroglu, Abdulkerim; Schulze, Kerry J.; Yager, James; Cole, Robert N.; Christian, Parul; Nonyane, Bareng A.S.; Lee, Sun Eun; Wu, Lee S.F.; Khatry, Subarna; Groopman, John; West, Keith P.
- Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 2018 v.646 pp. 153-160
- alpha-carotene; anti-inflammatory agents; antioxidant activity; antioxidants; beta-carotene; beta-cryptoxanthin; biomarkers; blood proteins; chromatography; fruit consumption; lipids; lutein; lycopene; models; nutrition assessment; proteomics; school children; tandem mass spectrometry; vegetables; vitamin A; zeaxanthin; Nepal
- ... Carotenoids are naturally occurring pigments that function as vitamin A precursors, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory agents or biomarkers of recent vegetable and fruit intake, and are thus important for population health and nutritional assessment. An assay approach that measures proteins could be more technologically feasible than chromatography, thus enabling more frequent carotenoid status asses ...
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