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Carotene Carotene

car·o·tene (k r -t n ) also car·o·tin (-t n). n.

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Carotenoid Content of U.S. Foods: An Update of the Database
Accurate characterization of the association between carotenoid intake and than individual carotenoids using -carotene bioactivity as the basis of calculation.
Beta-Carotene: The Controversy Continues
Natural beta-carotene contains a mixture of different isomers (cis and trans) of the beta- carotene molecule.

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Carotene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
beta-Carotene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Beta-carotene: MedlinePlus Supplements
Beta-carotene is one of a group of red, orange, and yellow pigments called carotenoids.
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Carotene-Carotene Manufacturers, Suppliers and Exporters on

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