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NOUN   vitamin B9 | -
biochem.
vitamin B9 [C19H19N7O6] [folic acid]
Vitamin {n} B9
Teiltreffer
biochem.FoodInd.med.
vitamin
Vitamin {n}
116
biol.
vitamin
Komplettin {n} [veraltet] [Vitamin]
biochem.
vitamin B2
Wachstumsvitamin {n} [ugs.] [Vitamin B2]
med.
vitamin supplement
Vitaminergänzung {f}
biochem.
vitamin A1
Vitamin {n} A1
med.
vitamin level
Vitaminspiegel {m}
pharm.
vitamin tablets
Vitamintabletten {pl}
pharm.
vitamin preparation
Vitaminpräparat {n}
comm.pharm.
vitamin product
Vitaminpräparat {n}
biochem.
vitamin D
Vitamin {n} D
pharm.
vitamin capsule
Vitaminkapsel {f}
pharm.
vitamin tablet
Vitamintablette {f}
biol.med.
vitamin-deprived {adj}
an Vitaminmangel leidend [attr.]
FoodInd.gastr.
vitamin content
Vitamingehalt {m}
biochem.
vitamin metabolism
Vitaminstoffwechsel {m}
vitamin-enriched {adj}mit Vitaminen angereichert
biochem.
vitamin balance
Vitaminhaushalt {m}
biochem.
vitamin E
Vitamin {n} E
biochem.
vitamin K
Vitamin {n} K
pharm.
vitamin pill
Vitaminpille {f} [ugs.]
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  • Vitamin {n} B9 = vitamin B9 [C19H19N7O6] [folic acid]
  • Vitamin {n} = vitamin
  • Vitamin {n} = vitamine [spv.]
  • Vitamin {n} D = vitamin D
  • Vitamin {n} D3 = vitamin D3 [cholecalciferol]
  • Vitamin {n} A1 = vitamin A1
  • Vitamin {n} B12 = vitamin B12 [cobalamin]
  • Vitamin {n} B1 = vitamin B1 [thiamine]
  • Vitamin {n} B2 = vitamin B2 [riboflavin]
  • Vitamin {n} B3 = vitamin B3 [niacin]
  • Vitamin {n} B5 = vitamin B5 [pantothenic acid]
  • Vitamin {n} B6 = vitamin B6 [pyridoxine, pyridoxal, pyridoxamine]
  • Vitamin {n} B7 = vitamin B7 [biotin]
  • Vitamin {n} D2 = vitamin D2 [ergocalciferol]
  • Vitamin {n} C = vitamin C [ascorbic acid] [C6H8O6]
  • Vitamin {n} K = vitamin K
  • Vitamin {n} B12 = cobalamin
  • Vitamin {n} H = vitamin H [vitamin B7, biotin]
  • Vitamin {n} B = good connections {pl}
  • Vitamin {n} E = vitamin E
  • Vitamin {n} M [selten] = vitamin M [C19H19N7O6] [folic acid]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Metanx is a prescription medical food made by Alfasigma that contains L-methylfolate (as Metafolin, a calcium salt of vitamin B9), methylcobalamin (vitamin B12) and pyridoxal 5'-phosphate (vitamin B6).
  • Vitamin E, vitamin B6, and vitamin B9 are three examples.
  • Folate deficiency, also known as vitamin B9 deficiency, is a low level of folate and derivatives in the body.
  • Typically, hyperhomocysteinemia is managed with vitamin B6, vitamin B9, and vitamin B12 supplementation.
  • Many patients with hemolytic anemia take folic acid (vitamin B9) since the greater turnover of cells consumes this vitamin.

  • Inadequate levels of folate (vitamin B9) and vitamin B12 during pregnancy have been found to lead to increased risk of NTDs.
  • At Lederle, he developed a method to synthesize folic acid, Vitamin B9, based on work by Lucy Wills to isolate folic acid as a protective agent against anemia.
  • Folinic acid should be distinguished from folic acid (vitamin B9).
  • Folic acid (vitamin B9) may be given by medical practitioners during the drug therapy using methotrexate.
  • It contains proteins, iron, Vitamin B9, proteins and soluble fibre as it is made from beans.

  • Folate is also known as vitamin B9, it is used to make DNA, RNA and metabolises amino acids that are required for cell divisions.
  • Essential for the maturation of red blood cells are Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) and Vitamin B9 (folate).
  • He was known for discovering that vitamin B9 or folic acid prevents or reduces the formation of more serious developmental disorders, such as neural tube defects like spina bifida.
  • Folic acid is the most oxidized and stable form of folate, and can also be referred to as vitamin B9.
  • For the past decades, lack of folate (vitamin B9) had been linked to risk of having a baby with a birth defect of the brain or spinal cord (specifically neural tube defect).

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