vitamin C

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vitamin C

[′vīd·ə·mən ¦sē]
(biochemistry)
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They added: "Similar pharmacologic concentrations were readily achieved in humans given ascorbate intravenously.
1 clearly indicates that both Aloes, the gel and the whole leaf extract, slowed down the absorption of vitamin C and the gel kept plasma ascorbate significantly elevated even after 24h.
Cultures of a range of nine cancer and four normal cell types were studied by exposing them to high doses of ascorbate.
The ascorbate concentrations were on the order of 10% of the oxalate concentrations and there was no effect of the Ca supplement on ascorbate.
A slow-release version, including bioavailable calcium ascorbate and calcium carbonate, utilising tummy-friendly acidophilus bacteria to improve overall calcium absorption.
We considered that the evenness of ascorbate distribution in paper might also affect SF distribution and concluded that fixed-size DSS punches were unsuitable for SF analysis because of these variables.
A dog or a cat makes ascorbate to neutralize the toxins in their food.
Earlier test-tube studies by Golde's team showed that tumor cells can't take up ascorbate.
Manufacturers have devised several potential solutions to the ascorbate problem.
This patent provides patent coverage until September 1, 2024 to the dry purgative composition containing PEG 3350, sodium sulfate, sodium chloride, potassium chloride, sodium ascorbate and ascorbic acid for oral solution, that we market in the United States under the trade name MOVIPREP([R]).
Ferrous Ascorbate 100Mg With Niacinamide 25Mg, Folic Acid 10Mg, Vitamin B6 10Mg, Calcium Pantothenate 6Mg, Mecobalamine 500Mcg And Biotin 300Mcg In Al/Blister Packing