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, 3-pyridinemethanol, 5-hydroxy-4-(methoxymethyl)-6-methyl-
National Institutes of Health
analogs & derivatives
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Determination and Comparison of 4'- O-Methylpyridoxine Analogues in Ginkgo biloba Seeds at Different Growth Stages.
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
Corpus ID: 49713104
The antivitamin B6, 4'- O-methylpyridoxine (MPN); its glucoside, 4'- O-methylpyridoxine-5'-glucoside (MPNG); and vitamin B6…
Identification of pyridoxine 3-sulfate, pyridoxal 3-sulfate, and N-methylpyridoxine as major urinary metabolites of vitamin B6 in domestic cats.
J. D. Mahuren
The Journal of biological chemistry
Corpus ID: 11510332
Preliminary studies of vitamin B6 metabolism in three adult domestic cats detected very little pyridoxic acid in the urine. At…
Electrochemical behaviour of pyridinoline, a crosslinking amino acid of collagen.
Journal of biochemistry
Corpus ID: 44637666
Pyridinoline is a crosslinking amino acid isolated from collagen. Polarographic oxidation and reduction potentials of…
Pathologic effects of antimetabolites on the hippocampus of diet controlled mice
R. L. Montgomery
E. L. Christian
Brain Research Bulletin
Corpus ID: 4761462
Marked histological changes are observed in the hippocampi of mice maintained on a niacin deficient diet following a single…
Effect of 4‐methoxymethylpyridoxine on gangliosides, cholesterol and fatty acids in mouse brain 1
G. D. Cherayil
Journal of neurochemistry
Corpus ID: 38997101
PYRIDOXINE and its metabolites play important roles in maintaining the functional integrity of the CNS (HOLTZ and PALM, 1964…
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