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- noun biochemistry A
coenzyme, formed by reduction of folic acid, involved in the biosynthesis of purines
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If it says "folic acid" then find another vitamin that has the words "L 5 methyl-tetrahydrofolate" or "5 formyl tetrahydrofolate" on the label.
MTX keeps the enzyme dihydrofolate reductase from forming another compound called “tetrahydrofolate” which is needed for cell reproduction.
Prothrombin gene mutation, homozygous methyl tetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) gene mutation and deficiencies of coagulation inhibitor Protein C, Protein S and Antithrombin III.