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B12Cobalamin (vitamin)
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28 mmol/L or cobalamin <200 pmol/L and MMA [less than or equal to]0.
An earlier study looked at the combined effect of cobalamin with ascorbic acid on three ascites tumor cell types and found a synergistic effect decreasing mitotic counts and survival of tumor cells.
Cobalamin was substantially higher in East Asians, iPTH was substantially higher in South Asians, and 25(OH)D was substantially lower in East Asians.
Marius et al (48) have observed that NO is able to diminish the cofactor activity of cobalamin for methionine synthase.
There are auto-immune antibodies to IF, so cobalamin cannot be absorbed.
Potential subjects were eligible for enrollment in the study if they had serum cobalamin (vitamin [B.
12], or cobalamin, deficiency is widespread among the elderly, largely because they can't absorb much of the [B.
Two case reports from Georgia serve as sobering reminders that physicians should be vigilant about making sure that pregnant vegetarians are getting enough cobalamin (vitamin B12) in their diets.
12], also known as cobalamin, not only help prevent pernicious anemia, they may also lower heart disease risk by reducing concentrations of the amino acid homocysteine in the blood.
Dehydration Pellagra (B-6 deficiency) Thiamine deficiency (Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome) Cobalamin deficiency (B-12) or ernicious anemia Folate deficiency Marchiafave-Bignami disease
Vitamins have a chapter to themselves and the discussion areas are thiamine, riboflavin, pyridoxine, niacin, cobalamin, folic acid, biotin and pantothenic acid, ascorbic acid, retinol, cholecalciferol, vitamin E and vitamin K.