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Fiberoptic Resonance Raman Spectroscopy to Measure Carotenoid Oxidative Breakdown in Live Tissues
Cancer Prevention Research
Based on compelling epidemiologic and corroboratory in vitro studies, carotenoids are thought to have great potential as dietary prevention against cancer. Yet, carotenoid-based chemopreventive trials have found very contradictory results. Definitive conclusions from these trials are hampered by an inability to accurately and safely measure carotenoids in specific tissues at risk of cancer development. Raman spectroscopy has been proposed as an optical technology with which to analyze variousdoi:10.1158/1940-6207.capr-09-0157 pmid:20354162 fatcat:gkpsuqlmkzdllkuxlgyw5nuk2m