mesoinositol

mesoinositol

[¦me·zō·i′näs·ə‚tȯl]
(biochemistry)
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Up to 7% Up to 4% Biochemical characteristics Indole production - - Methyl red - - Voges proskauer - - Citrate utilization + + H2S production - - Nitrate reduction - - Urease + + Catalase + + Oxidase + + Melanin production + - Starch hydrolysis + + Gelatin hydrolysis + + Lipid hydrolysis + + Casein hydrolysis - - Haemolysis + + Carbon source utilization Arabinose ++ ++ Fructose ++ +++ Glucose +++ +++ Galactose + +++ Glycerol ++++ ++++ Lactose +++ +++ Maltose +++ +++ Mannitol ++ +++ Ribose + + Raffinose ++ ++ Rhamnose - - Starch ++++ +++ Acid production Glucose + + Fructose - + Mesoinositol - + Mannitol - + Rhamnose - + Xylose + +
The strain was able to utilize many carbon sources like L-arabinose, mesoinositol, D-xylose, manitol, D-fructose, L-rhamnose, D-lactose, D-mellibiose, xylan, D-ribose, malonate and adipate.
Each gummy contains vitamins, iodine, zinc and mesoinositol, essential for the growth of liver and bone marrow cells.