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cobalamin

cobalamin: see coenzyme; vitamin.
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cobalamin

[kə′bȯl·ə·mən]
(biochemistry)
vitamin B12
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Useful assays for B vitamin status include plasma homocysteine, serum cobalamine, serum methylmalonic acid, serum folic acid, and red blood cell folic acid.
Amino acids, oligo- and polypeptides, macro-cyclic agents (porphyrins, cobalamines, chlorophylls); polysaccharides and glycosides, nucleobases, oligo-polynucleosides, nucleotides and bioligands of vascular bundle of plant tissues are found to be responsible for the biosorption properties of the plant materials.