Isolation and chemical characterization of bound niacin (niacinogen) in cereal grains.


The existence of an alkali-labile bound form of niacin, different from other known derivatives of niacin, in cereal grains has already been established (l-6). The concentration of this substance was found to be the highest in the bran among the different parts of the grain (7). Krehl et al. (5, 6) concentrated it from wheat bran to a certain degree and… (More)


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