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J.C. Deutsch, Gas Chromatographic/Mass Spectrometric Measurements of Ascorbic Acid and Analysis of Ascorbic Acid Degradation in Solution.
K. Yagi and M. Nishiskimi, Expression of Recombinant L-Gulono-gamma-lactone Oxidase.
E. Maellaro, B. Del Bello, L. Sugherini, M. Comporti, and A.F. Casini, Purification and Characterization of Gluathione-Dependent Dehydroascorbic Reductase from Rat Liver.
A.S. Kolhekar, R.E. Mains, and B.A. Eipper, Peptidylglycine alpha-Amidating Monooxygenase: An Ascorbate-Requiring Enzyme.
M. Levine, S. Rumsey, and Y. Wang, Principles Involved in Formulating Recommendations for Vitamin C Intake: A Paradigm for Water-Soluble Vitamins.
Thiamin: Phosphates and Analogs:
V. Fayol, High-Performance Liquid Chromatography Determination of Total Thiamin in Biological and Food Products.
C.M.E. Tallaksen, T. Bohmer, J. Karlsen, and H. Bell, Determination of Thiamin and Its Phosphate Esters in Human Blood, Plasma, and Urine.
J. Gerrits, H. Eidhof, J.W.I. Brunnekreeft, and J. Hessels, Determination of Thiamin and Thiamin Phosphates in Whole Blood by Reversed-Phase Liquid Chromatography with Precolumn Derivtization.
H.J. Mascher and C. Kikuta, High Performance Liquid Chromatography Determination of Total Thiamin in Human Plasma.
D.T. Wyatt and R.E. Hillman, Cyanogen Bromide-Based Assay of Thiamin.
K. Tazuya, K. Yamada, and H. Kumaoka, Isotopically Labled Precursors and Mass Spectrometry in Elucidating Biosynt
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