China supplier vitamin b12 13422-55-4

Basic Info

Model No.: LYN- 13422-55-4

Shelf Life: 2 Years

Form:: Powder

CAS: 13422-55-4

Name:: Vitamin B12

Additional Info

Packaging:  25kg/Drum

Productivity: 10000kg

Brand: zhishang

Transportation: Ocean,Land,Air

Place of Origin: Shandong, China (Mainland)

Supply Ability: in stock

Certificate: ISO CE

HS Code: 13422-55-4

Port: Shanghai,Tianjin,Qingdao

Product Description

China supplier vitamin b12  13422-55-4 

Introduction

Vitamin B12 is a member of the vitamin B complex. It is exclusively synthesised by bacteria and is found primarily in meat, eggs and dairy products. There has been considerable research into proposed plant sources of vitamin B12. Fermented soya products, seaweeds, and algae such as spirulina have all been suggested as containing significant B12.

Methylcobalamin/Vitamin B12 is a synthetic (man-made) form of vitamin B12. Naturally occurring vitamin B12 is found in fish, seafood, milk, egg yolk and fermented cheeses. Vitamin B12 is essential to the development of healthy blood cells, nerve cells, and proteins in the body and for the normal metabolism of fats and carbohydrates in the body. Lack of vitamin B12 can result in anemia, stomach problems, and nerve damage. Methylcobalamin treats or prevents vitamin B12 deficiency and a resulting type of anemia, called pernicious anemia. Pernicious anemia occurs in patients who do not have enough vitamin B12 in their diet (e.g., strict vegetarians) or who cannot adequately absorb the vitamin due to a defect or disease of the stomach or intestines.

Function

1.Manner to promote the development of red blood cells and mature, make the body hematopoiesis function in normal state, the prevention of pernicious anemia;

2.To maintain a healthy nervous system This exists in the form of coenzyme, can increase the utilization rate of folic acid, promote the metabolism of carbohydrate, fat and protein;

3. Have the function of the activation of amino acids and promote the biosynthesis of nucleic acid, can promote protein synthesis, its important role in the growth and development of infants.

4.The metabolism of fatty acids, fat, carbohydrate, protein, is the proper use of body;

5.eliminate fidgety, focus attention, enhance memory, and a sense of balance.

6.It is indispensable to the nervous system function and improve the vitamin, participate in the formation of nerve tissue, a lipoprotein, One is to improve the utilization rate of folic acid,.

7.with folic acid synthesis of methionine by homocysteine (synthesis) and choline, produced in the process of purines and pyrimidines synthetic Methylcobalamin ShenJi cobalt precursor substances such as methyl amine and coenzyme B12, involved in many important compounds.

Application

(1)Methylcobalamin is a synthetic (man-made) form of vitamin B12. Naturally occurring vitamin B12 is found in fish, seafood, milk, egg yolk and fermented cheeses.

(2) Methylcobalamin is essential to the development of healthy blood cells, nerve cells, and proteins in the body and for the normal metabolism of fats and carbohydrates in the body. Lack of vitamin B12 can result in anemia, stomach problems,and nerve damage.

(3)Methylcobalamin treats or prevents vitamin B12 deficiency and a resulting type of anemia, called pernicious anemia.

(4)Methylcobalamin is provide for who can’t absorb  vitamin due to a defect or disease of the stomach or intestines.

Specification 

 

Item

Specifications

Results

Description

Dark red crystalline powder, Have no smelly and tasteless, Hygroscopicity

Dark red crystalline powder, Have no smelly and tasteless, Hygroscopicity

Ratio Absorbances

A361nm/A278nm:1.70~1.90

A361nm/A550nm:3.15~3.40

1.85

3.27

Pseudo Cyanocobalamin

Complies

Complies

Loss on drying

≤12.0%

2.4%

Assay on dried

96.0~100.5%

98.9%

Bacteria

≤1000cfu/g

20cfu/g

Mould & Yeasts

≤100cfu/g

No found

E.Coli

Not found

Not found

Limit of residual solvents

Acetone≤0.5%

0.07%

Conclusion

The results conforms with USP 41 standards

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