B Water-soluble Vitamins Folic Acid

B Water-soluble Vitamins Folic Acid

Product name :B water-soluble vitamins Folic acid CAS No: 59-30-3 Molecular Formula: C19H19N7O6 Appearance: Pale orange yellow crystals or flakes Application:Reduce the birth rate of fetuses with neural tube malformation and cleft lip Package: according to the clients requirement Port: Shanghai Production Capacity: 500kg/month Purity: 99% Storage: Keep in cool, dry and sealed Transportation: by sea or by air MOQ:1kg
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Product name :B water-soluble vitamins Folic acid

CAS No: 59-30-3

Molecular Formula: C19H19N7O6

Appearance: Pale orange yellow crystals or flakes

Application:Reduce the birth rate of fetuses with neural tube malformation and cleft lip

 Package: according to the clients requirement

Port: Shanghai

Production Capacity: 500kg/month

Purity: 99%

Storage: Keep in cool, dry and sealed

Transportation: by sea or by air

MOQ:1kg

 

 

Product Description

 

Folate is essential for the use of sugars and amino acids in the body and for the growth and reproduction of cells in the body. In vivo, folate ACTS in the form of tetrahydrofolate, which is involved in the synthesis and transformation of purine nucleic acid and pyrimidine nucleotide. Folic acid plays an important role in making nucleic acids (ribonucleic acid, deoxyribonucleic acid). Folate, which helps with protein metabolism and, together with vitamin B12, promotes red blood cell production and maturation, is essential for making red blood cells. Folate also played a role as a breeder factor for Lactobacillus casei and other microorganisms.

 

Folate plays an important role in cell division and growth and synthesis of nucleic acid, amino acid and protein. A lack of folate in the body can lead to red blood cell abnormalities, an increase in immature cells, anemia, and leukopenia. Folate is an indispensable nutrient for fetal growth and development. A lack of folic acid in pregnant women can lead to low birth weight, cleft lip and palate, and heart defects. A deficiency of folic acid in the first three months of pregnancy can cause neural tube defects in the fetus, leading to abnormalities. So women who are trying to conceive can start taking between 100 and 300 micrograms of folic acid a day before they become pregnant.

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