- Biotin, also known as
Vitamin H is a water-soluble B-complex vitamin(vitamin B7).
- It is composed of a
ureido ring fused with a tetrahydrothiophene ring.
- Biotin is a coenzyme
in the synthesis of fatty acids, isoleucine, andvaline, and it plays
a role in gluconeogenesis.
- Biot in improves:
• Hoof health and horn quality • daily milk yield
- Biotin is essential
for the organism in the synthesis of carbohydrates and fats
- Biotin is found in a
wide variety of foods, most notably in liver, salmon, bananas, egg
yolks, brewer’s yeast, legumes and mushrooms.
- Biotin nourishes skin,
strengthens nails and hair
- Constituents Of Biotin
Are Alkaloids, apsaicine, capsacutin, capsaicin, capsanthine,
capsico PABA, fatty acids, flavonoids, sugars, carotene, volatile
oil, and vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, and C.
- Biotin is an essential
water-soluble B vitamin sometime referred to as Vitamin H.
- It is necessary for
the production of fatty acids, the metabolism of amino acids and
fat, thus playing a role in energy levels and it also plays a rather
necessary role in cell growth.
- Biotin also assists as
an enzyme in many metabolic activities such as blood sugar
regulation and the metabolism of carbohydrates.
- Symptoms of biotin
deficiency include: Hair loss, Conjunctivitis, Dermatitis in the
form of a scaly red rash around the eyes, nose, mouth, and genital
- Neurological symptoms
in adults such as depression, lethargy, hallucination, and numbness
and tingling of the extremities.
- Foods with a
relatively high biotin content include Swiss chard, raw egg yolk ,
liver, Saskatoon berries, some vegetables, and peanuts.
- Pregnancy and
lactation may be associated with an increased demand for biotin.
- In pregnancy, this may
be due to a possible acceleration of biotincatabolism, whereas, in
lactation, the higher demand has yet to be elucidated.
- Recent studies have
shown that marginal biotin deficiency can be present in human
gestation, as evidenced by increased urinary excretion of
3-hydroxyisovaleric acid, decreased urinary excretion of biotin and
bisnorbiotin, and decreased plasma concentration of biotin.
smoking may further accelerate biotin catabolism in women.
- Biotin is necessary
for cell growth, the production of fatty acids, and the metabolism
of fats and amino acids.
- It plays a role in the
citric acid cycle, which is the process by which biochemical energy
is generated during aerobic respiration.
- Biotin not only
assists in various metabolic reactions but also helps to transfer
- Biotin is often
recommended for strengthening hair and nails.As a consequence, it is
found in many cosmetics and health products for the hair and skin,
though it cannot be absorbed through the hair or skin itself.
- Biotin deficiency is
rare because, in general, intestinal bacteria produce biotin in
excess of the body's daily requirements.
Introduction Of Biotin
Chemical Book of Biotin
Basics Of Biotin
Biotin For Healthy Hooves and Hair
Biotin For Diary Cows
Biotin Biosynthesis Spreadsheet
ROVIMIX® H-2 (Biotin)
CCD BIOTIN 750 PREMIX
Technical Data Sheet
Biotin DecaLabel™ DNA Labeling Kit
Product Data Sheet
Biotin Biosynthetic Genes
Method For Dissociating Biotin Complexes
System For Biotin Synthesis
Method For Producing Biotin
Plant Biotin Synthase
Production Of Biotin
Application of Biotin-4-Fluorescein
The Biotin-(Strept)Avidin System: Applications
Applications in TASNANO
Biotin Labeling Molecules and Their Biological Applications
Avidin and Biotin for Imaging Applications
system and its application in mouse model
Biotin conjugation for precise antibody proteomics applications
Characterization of biotin-avidin system by
Manufacturers Of Biotin
Suppliers Of Biotin
Technology Of Canada
Technology Of Germany
Technology Of Santa Monica
Technology Of Scotland
Profiles And Consultants
Consultants Of Canada
Consultants Of Frankfort
of biotin on the synthesis into 3T3-L adipocyte mitochondria
sensing in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Biotin Biosynthesis in Arabidopsis
The Synthesis Of New Biotin Derivatives
Synthesis of Biotin Analogues
Biotin Synthesis in Plants.
Synthesis of a Degradable Copolymer
Biotinylated Protein Synthesis
Rapid Synthesis of Biotin Using CARD Amplification
Enzymatic Mechanisms in Biotin Synthesis
Effects Of Biotin Upon Fat Synthesis And Metabolism
Effect of Biotin on Performance of Lactating
The Importance of Mitochondria in
Synthesis of Biotin by
Synthesis of biotin in cancer
Synthesis of a Biotin in a Yeast Three-Hybrid
Biotin Prototrophy in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
The Biotin Synthesis of HeLa Cells in Vitro
Synthesis of (+)-Biotin with Modified Cinchona Alkaloids
Application of the
avidin–biotin in the development of genosensors
The Biosynthesis of Biotin in an Auxotrophic
Strain of Humicola
Mechanism of hypercholesterolemia produced by
A Mutant of Escherichia coli That Requires
High Concentrations of Biotin
Diversity in Biotin Protein Ligase
Biotin And Other
Water-Soluble Vitamins By Rhizobium Meliloti
Intestinal Synthesis Of
Biotin In The Rat
Characterization of the
Biotin in Protein
Supplements And Cereal Grains For Growing Pigs
Fluorometric assay for
quantitation of biotin
Functional Analysis of
Sinorhizobium meliloti in
Genetics of Biotin
Biosynthesis in Bacillus subtilis
Novel Biotin Biosynthesis
Gene in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Design and synthesis of a
Biotin by mass
Biotin Biosynthesis in
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