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References: Vitamin A body pool size


IAEA Publications

Appropriate Uses of Vitamin A Tracer (Stable Isotope) Methodology. The Vitamin A Tracer Task Force, jointly organized by the USAID, HarvestPlus, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI), 2004, 6 pp.
This publication gives a brief overview of the tracer methodology using dilution of stable isotopes.

Handbook on Vitamin A Tracer Dilution Methods to Assess Status and Evaluate Intervention Programs. HarvestPlus Technical Monograph 5. Haskell MJ, Mercado JD, and the Vitamin A Tracer Task Force, Jointly organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), USAID and HarvestPlus, 2005, 23 pp. 
This publication describes in detail the stable isotope dilution technique, presents study protocols and outlines different uses of the technique.

Analysis of Stable Isotope Data to Estimate Vitamin A Body Stores. The Vitamin A Tracer Task Force, Jointly organized by Harvest Plus, the IAEA and USAID. June 2008, 27 pp. International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria.
This publication describes model-based compartmental analysis of stable isotope data to estimate vitamin A body stores in humans.


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