menadione

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menadione

[‚men·ə′dī·ōn]
(organic chemistry)
C11H8O2(2-methyl-1,4-naphthoquinone) A compound used as a vitamin K supplement; important in blood clotting.
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Inhibitory effects of vitamin K3 on DNA polymerase and angiogenesis.
While vitamins K1 and K2 are safe and effective, vitamin K3 is potentially toxic and its use has been limited to treating aggressive cancers.
Synergistic cytotoxic action of vitamin C and vitamin K3.
BACKGROUND: To evaluate the efficacy of vitamin K3 (VK3) against pancreatic cancer, the molecular mechanism of VK3 or gemcitabine (GEM)-induced inhibition of proliferation was characterized.
Intravenous vitamin C, vitamin K3, and alpha-lipoic acid could be included.
The formulation should satisfy n / a quality parameters: vitamin-mineral premix - for piglets - for use in an amount of 5 kg / ton of complete mix - life - 6 months from date of manufacture - of the components in 1 kg of the product of not less than: units Specification measure Number IU of Vitamin A 2 000 000 250000 IU vitamin D3 16000 mg Vitamin E Vitamin K3 500 mg Vitamin B1 500 mg Vitamin B2 800 mg Vitamin B6 800 mg Vitamin B12 10 mg 30 mg Biotin D-Ca pantothenate, 2,400 mg Folic acid 100 mg Nicotinic acid 5000 mg 80000 mg Magnesium Manganese mg 10000 20000 Zinc mg Copper 3000 mg Iron 20000 mg 20 mg of iodine.