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mnfr1758-sup-0001-figures1.tiff2702KFigure S1. Total earotenoid content of test salads provided throughout the study.
mnfr1758-sup-0002-figures2.tiff2702KFigure S2. Experimental time course for each subject.
mnfr1758-sup-0003-figures3.tiff2702KFigure S3. Mean (±SE) plasma carotcnoid levels before (day 1) and after (day S) washout and controlled diet periods as analyzed by HPLC-PDA.
mnfr1758-sup-0004-figures4.tiff2702KFigure S4. (A) Interaction of TAG source and amount on absorption of carotenoids from salad by human subjects.
mnfr1758-sup-0005-figures5.tiff2702KFigure S5. (A) Interaction of TAG source and amount on absorption of carotenoids from salad by human subjects.
mnfr1758-sup-0006-figures6.tiff2702KFigure S6. (A) Interaction of TAG source and amount on absorption of carotenoids from salad by human subjects.
mnfr1758-sup-0007-tables1.tiff2702KTable S1. Fatty acid profile (%) for dietary lipid sources.
mnfr1758-sup-0008-tables2.tiff2702KTable S2. Mean (±SE J baseline corrected and normalized TG pharmacokinetic parameters.1

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