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  • noun In chem., combination With the radical hydroxyl, HO.

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  • noun organic chemistry The introduction of a hydroxyl group into a molecule, especially by the replacement of a hydrogen atom

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  • Through a process known as hydroxylation, beta-carotene is converted into other carotenoids that can cut the amount of pro-vitamin A that is created through digestion in half, or eliminate it altogether.

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  • Through a process known as hydroxylation, beta-carotene is converted into other carotenoids that can cut the amount of pro-vitamin A that is created through digestion in half, or eliminate it altogether.

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  • Through a process known as hydroxylation, beta-carotene is converted into other carotenoids that can cut the amount of pro-vitamin A that is created through digestion in half, or eliminate it altogether.

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  • Through a process known as hydroxylation, beta-carotene is converted into other carotenoids that can cut the amount of pro-vitamin A that is created through digestion in half, or eliminate it altogether.

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  • Through a process known as hydroxylation, beta-carotene is converted into other carotenoids that can cut the amount of pro-vitamin A that is created through digestion in half, or eliminate it altogether.

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  • C.1000 provides a potent dosage of this key vitamin and is blended with Bioflavonoids, which help promote the function of Vitamin C. Vitamin C.is a reducing sugar (has a reactive ene-diol structure) that is involved in biochemical processes such as hydroxylation of proline and lysine utilized in the formation of collagen and healthy connective tissue.

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  • Vitamin D then undergoes hydroxylation to calcidiol (25-OHD3) in the liver and becomes the major circulating form, and then to calcitriol (vitamin D3 hormone; 1alpha 25 - (OH) 2D3) in the kidney. 1alpha, 25 - (OH) 2D3 is carried systemically to distal target organs where it binds to a vast array of nuclear receptors to generate its appropriate biological response.

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  • Listed are several of these oxidizing reactions. alcohol dehydrogenation aldehyde dehydrogenation alkyl/acyclic hydroxylation aromatic hydroxylation deamination desulfuration

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  • The results showed that there was some relationship between the hydroxylation rates of leaves and cell strains.

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  • In the studies conducted to determine the influence of macroelements, carbon sources, and light on hydroxylation capacity of the cell cultures, it was found that there was no absolute correlation between the hydroxylation capacity of the plants and that of the cell cultures.

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