, Volume 405, Issue 13, pp 4437-4441

The development and implementation of quality assurance programs to support nutritional measurements

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Abstract

The National Institute of Standards and Technology administers quality assurance programs devoted to improving measurements of nutrients and related metabolites in foods, dietary supplements, and serum and plasma samples. These programs have been developed in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health to assist measurement communities in their efforts to achieve accurate results that are comparable among different laboratories and over time. Targeted analytes include micronutrients, botanical markers, nutritional elements, contaminants, fatty acids, and vitamin D metabolites.

Published in the topical collection Functional Foods and Dietary Supplements with guest editors Melissa M. Phillips and Catherine A. Rimmer.
This study is a contribution of the US government through the National Institute of Standards and Technology and National Institutes of Health and is not subject to copyright.