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Human milk studies. 24. Free and total riboflavin contents of colostrum and mature human milk



Human milk studies. 24. Free and total riboflavin contents of colostrum and mature human milk



Amer. J. Dis. Child, 70: 171-175



Riboflavin was estimated by fluorimetric and microbiological methods, but the results of the latter were higher and less consistent, and were not used. During the first 10 days of lactation 60 24-hour samples were examined and, in the subsequent months, 90. The riboflavin content of the milk rose rapidly in the first 5 days, then more slowly to the tenth day, when the maximum value was reached.

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