The Coenzyme Forms of Vitamin B 12 : Toward an Understanding of their Therapeutic Potential

@inproceedings{Kelly2002TheCF,
  title={The Coenzyme Forms of Vitamin B 12 : Toward an Understanding of their Therapeutic Potential},
  author={G Christopher Kelly},
  year={2002}
}
Although cyanocobalamin and hydroxycobalamin are the most commonly encountered supplemental forms of vitamin B12, adenosyland methylcobalamin are the primary forms of vitamin B12 in the human body, and are the metabolically active forms required for B12-dependent enzyme function. Evidence indicates these coenzyme forms of vitamin B12, in addition to having a theoretical advantage over other forms of B12, actually do have metabolic and therapeutic applications not shared by the other forms of… CONTINUE READING

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