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A Quantitative UV Chemometric Model for the Determination of Zeaxanthin Cis and Trans Isomers

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PLS1 modeling was used for UV/Vis against HPLC data on >300 samples to create a rapid industrial quantification method (correlation R2 > 0.95) for the totality and each of the individual isomers of zeaxanthin.

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