Vitamin Food Additive Pyridoxine/VB6

Vitamin Food Additive Pyridoxine/VB6

Product name :Vitamin food additive Pyridoxine/VB6 CAS :65-23-6 Molecular formula:C8H11NO3 Molecular weight :169.18 Appearance :White crystalline Assay :98% Packing :25kg/drum shipping :by sea or air Usages:It is a vitamin in itself and can be used as food additive. It can also be used as intermediate of pyrithiol hydrochloride.
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Product name :Vitamin food additive Pyridoxine/VB6

CAS :65-23-6

Molecular formula:C8H11NO3

Molecular weight :169.18

Appearance :White crystalline

Assay :98%

Packing :25kg/drum

shipping :by sea or air

Usages:It is a vitamin in itself and can be used as food additive. It can also be used as intermediate of pyrithiol hydrochloride.

 

 

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Physiological function

It mainly participates in nearly 100 enzyme reactions in the form of pyridodehyde phosphate (PLP). Most are related to amino acid metabolism, including amino acid conversion, decarboxylation, side chain cracking, dehydration and vulcanization. These biochemical functions are multifaceted.

 

1, participate in protein synthesis and catabolism, participate in all amino acid metabolism, such as related to the metabolism of heme, related to the synthesis of tryptophan niacin.

 

2. Participate in gluconeogenesis and UFA metabolism. It is related to the metabolism of glycogen, sphingomyelin and steroids.

 

3. Participate in the synthesis of certain neuromediators (serotonin, taurine, dopamine, norepinephrine, and gamma-aminobutyric acid).

 

4. Metabolism of vitamin B6 with one carbon unit, vitamin B12, and folate, if they are not metabolized properly, can cause megaloblastic anemia.

 

5, participate in nucleic acid and DNA synthesis, lack of DNA synthesis can damage, this process is very important for maintaining appropriate immune function.

6, vitamin B6 and vitamin B2 is very close, vitamin B6 deficiency often accompanied by vitamin B2 symptoms.

7. Participate in the transformation of homocysteine to methionine, which has the effect of reducing chronic diseases. Mild hyperhomocysteemia is considered as a possible risk factor for vascular disease, and the intervention of vitamin B6 can reduce plasma homocysteine content.


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