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Vitamins are organic compounds that cannot be synthesized by humans and therefore must be ingested to prevent metabolic disorders. Vitamins have diverse biochemical functions including mineral metabolism, regulation of growth and differentiation, acting as cofactors and functioning as antioxidants. They are essential part of cellular metabolism and vitamin deficiency can lead to pathologies such as scurvy, pellagra, night blindness, beriberi, etc. The vitamins can be either fat soluble (vitamins A, D, E and K) or water soluble (vitamin of B complex and vitamin C).

Code Cas No Product Description
FA00736 50-81-7

L-Ascorbic acid

FB02633 58-85-5


Water soluble B vitamin; protein conjugate used widely in biochemical assays
FB59502 58-85-5

D-Biotin - 2%

FC11742 67-97-0

Cholecalciferol - 100IU/mg - contains 2.5g/kg active

MD16669 490-83-5

L-Dehydroascorbic acid

GLUT1 substrate; oxidized form of L-Ascorbic acid
FR15743 83-88-5


FT138156 58864-81-6


FT138218 490-23-3


FT138332 14101-61-2


FT138269 25612-59-3


FV146083 67-97-0

Vitamin D3 - 0.5m IU/g=500000 IU/g

FV157156 12001-79-5

Vitamin K

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