Essential Vitamins For The Human Body Vitamin B12

Essential Vitamins For The Human Body Vitamin B12

Product name : Essential vitamins for the human body Vitamin B12 CAS : 68-19-9 Molecular formula:C63H88CoN14O14P Molecular weight :1355.37 Appearance :Dark red crystal or crystalline powder Assay :98% Packing :1kg shipping :by sea or air Usages:A vitamin essential to the metabolism of human tissues

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Product name : Essential vitamins for the human body Vitamin B12

CAS : 68-19-9

Molecular formula:C63H88CoN14O14P

Molecular weight :1355.37

Appearance :Dark red crystal or crystalline powder

Assay :98%

Packing :1kg

shipping :by sea or air

Usages:A vitamin essential to the metabolism of human tissues

 

 

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The first is to improve the utilization rate of folic acid, which is used to synthesize methionine (synthesized by homocysteine) and choline together with folic acid, and to synthesize cyanocobalamin precursor such as methylcobalamin and coenzyme B12 in the process of producing purines and pyrimidines, which are involved in the methylation of many important compounds. When vitamin B12 is deficient, the activity of transferring methyl groups from methyl tetrahydrofolate decreases, making folic acid unusable and leading to folic acid deficiency.

 

The second is to maintain the metabolism and function of nerve myelin sheath. Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause neurological disorders, spinal degeneration, and severe psychiatric symptoms. Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause peripheral neuritis. The early expression that the child lacks vitamin B12 is mood abnormality, expression sluggish, reaction is slow, bring about anaemia finally.

 

The third is to promote the development and maturation of red blood cells. It converts methylmalonyl coenzyme A into succinyl coenzyme A to participate in the tricarboxylic acid cycle, in which succinyl coenzyme A is related to the synthesis of heme.

 

Fourth, vitamin B12 is also involved in DNA synthesis, fat, carbohydrate and protein metabolism, increase nucleic acid and protein synthesis.


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