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Ascorbate Sulfate: A Urinary Metabolite of Ascorbic Acid in Man

E. M. Baker, III, D. C. Hammer, S. C. March, B. M. Tolbert and J. E. Canham
Science
New Series, Vol. 173, No. 3999 (Aug. 27, 1971), pp. 826-827
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1732132
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Abstract

Ascorbate-3-sulfate is a significant metabolite of ascorbic acid excreted in human urine. The characteristics of this compound were determined in experiments in which labeling with carbon-14 and tritium was used coupled with cochromatography with synthetic ascorbate-3-sulfate (both labeled and not labeled with sulfur-35) in a variety of solvent and absorbent systems.

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