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Physiologically based metabolic studies usually search for easy, sensitive, and cheap techniques to rapidly estimate biological parameters such as nutrient content. Colorimetric methods to estimate carbohydrates have been extensively used (over 120,000 references). However, sugar alcohols are underestimated under conventionally used analytical conditions, in particular if using the popular van Handel method. This may lead to misinterpretations of sugar implications in biological systems. Wedoi:10.1101/322123 fatcat:zko4am2xyjfmfpllhg7fcsxxla