Carr-Price method

Carr-Price method

A test of waning use used to determine vitamin A and ß-carotenoids. The Carr-Price method has been superseded by the more sensitive Neeld-Pearson procedure, which in turn may be replaced (because it is imprecise, tedious and nonspecific) by high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC).
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