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- n. See vitamin B12.
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- n. cobalmin.
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- n. a B vitamin that is used to treat pernicious anemia
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I speak as a former vegetarian whose life was destroyed by supplementing with the wrong cobalamin, the inactive cyanocobalamin which is very stable and very ineffective in many peolple.
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) - for pernicious anemia only
The coenzyme, a few years ago obtainable with difficulty in milligram quantities, can now be prepared very easily from cyanocobalamin -- Dr. Lester Smith has made crystals 0.5 cm across.
It is clear that the molecule is present in the form of aquo - or hydroxy-cyanide, where the cyanide group replaces the nucleotide in cyanocobalamin and the water molecule the cyanide group 17.
Again an important part in the analysis was played by our having a view of the corrin nucleus surrounding the cobalt atom in quite different crystals, the cyanocobalamin crystals and also some, or perhaps
The X-ray scattering effect of sulphur is roughly one sixth of that of the rest of the molecule of cephalosporin C, approximately the same as that of cobalt in relation to vitamin B12, cyanocobalamin.
Vitamin B-12 (as cyanocobalamin/methylcobalamin complex) 125 mcg
B12 (cyanocobalamin) maintains red blood cells, is important for metabolism and the maintenance of the central nervous system, and helps to make DNA.
First, some autism cases seem to be related to problems converting the usual cyanocobalamin form of vitamin B12 to the methylcobalamin form the brain uses.
Cocoamine, Guarana extracts, Hoodia gordonii, 5-HTP, ALA Vitaberine (thiamine trisulfide analog), B-12 (as cyanocobalamin), Guggul Extracts (2. 5% Guggulsterones), Rhodiola rosea root extract, Capsiate