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Collaborative study of the applicability of microbiological and chemical methods to the determination of niacin (nicotmic acid) in cereal products



Collaborative study of the applicability of microbiological and chemical methods to the determination of niacin (nicotmic acid) in cereal products



Cereal Chem 19: 553-567



A study in which 16 laboratories took part is reported. From the results of a preliminary test in which any published method, microbiological or chemical was used, standard procedures were drawn up and tested in a second study. Details are given of the microbiological and chemical methods used which gave consistent results and were considered to be specific for nicotinic acid in cereal products.

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