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Cyanocobalamin 99%

Hebei Yuxing
Manufacturer:

Hebei Yuxing Bio-Engineering Co.,Ltd.

Grade:

Pharma Grade

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5000.0G

Qingdao, China - Lead time: 2weeks

Packaging:

100G Tin

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MOQ:1 Package
Total Weight:

100.0G

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Product Name:

Cyanocobalamin

CAS No.:

68-19-9

Other Name:

vitamin B12, vitamin B-12, cobalamin

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Prototype of the family of naturally occurring cobalt coordination compounds knows as corrinoids. Analogs of vitamin B12 which differ only in the β-ligand of the cobalt are termed cobalamins. Synthesi zed almost exclusively by bacteria. Dietary sources include fish, meat, liver, and dairy products; plants have little or no cobalamins. Converted by the body into its bioactive forms, methylcobalamin and cobamamide, which serve as enzyme cofactors. Severe deficiency may result in megaloblastic anemia and/or neurological impairment.

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    Question: Why is cyanocobalamin,is it better than other forms of vitamin B12?
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    Nov 27,2020
    As you know, there are four types of vitamin B12: methylcobalamin, adenosylcobalamin, hydroxocobalamin, and cyanocobalamin.Vitamin B12 supplements are typically derived from two sources: cyanocobalamin or methylcobalamin.Both are nearly identical and contain a cobalt ion surrounded by a corrin ring.Cyanocobalamin is a synthetic form of vitamin B12 that’s not found in nature,but it’s used more frequently in supplements, as it’s considered more stable and cost effective than other forms of vitamin B12. And some studies suggest that the human body may absorb cyanocobalamin slightly better than methylcobalamin.
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