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Estimation of nitrate content in foods via HPLC and a new enzymic test

, : Estimation of nitrate content in foods via HPLC and a new enzymic test. Deutsche Lebensmittel Rundschau 87(11): 346-350

Nitrate content was estimated in 20 samples each of wine, fruit juice, vegetables and herbs by HPLC and a new enzymic method. Results between the methods were reproducible and comparable from 5-80 mg/litre nitrate.

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