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- Silvestro, Daniele, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Food chemistry 2011 v.129 no.1 pp. 217-225
- phytosterols; detection limit; quantitative analysis; animals; Solanum lycopersicum; ionization; calcium; saponification; vitamins; analytical methods; solid phase extraction; leaves; atmospheric pressure
- ... Some plant species are known to cause calcium intoxification in grazing animals. This has been attributed to the presence of vitamin D₃-like activity. However, research into the presence of vitamin D₃ in plants has been limited. One reason for this may be limitations in the analytical methods available for unambiguous detection and quantification of vitamin D₃. This paper presents a new method for ...