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  • Vitamin C (chemical names: ascorbic acid and ascorbate) is a six-carbon lactone which is synthesized from glucose by many animals. Vitamin C is synthesized in the liver in some mammals and in the kidney in birds and reptiles.
  • Vitamin C acts as an electron donor for 11 enzymes. Concentrations of vitamin C appear to be high in gastric juice.Schorah et al. found that the concentrations of vitamin C in gastric juice were severalfold higher than those found in the plasma of the same normal subjects.
  • Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is water-soluble and easily destroyed. Vitamin C is also known as, L-ascorbic acid, dehydroascorbic acid, the antiscorbutic vitamin, L-xyloascorbic acid and L-threo-hex-2-uronic acidy-lactone.
  • Ascorbate is found in many fruits and vegetables. Citrus fruits and juices are particularly rich sources of vitamin C but other fruits including cantaloupe and honeydew melons, cherries, kiwi fruits, mangoes, papaya, strawberries, tangelo, tomatoes, and water melon also contain variable amounts of vitamin C.
  • Vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, bean sprouts, cauliflower, kale, mustard greens, red and green peppers, peas, and potatoes may be more important sources of vitamin C than fruits.
  • Vitamin C has been produced commercially by extraction from plants, by chemical synthesis, by fermentation and by mixed fermentation/ chemical synthesis methods.
  • Vitamin C is important for the production of collagen, connective tissue and protein fibres that give strength to our teeth and gums, muscles, blood vessels and skin. In the immune system, vitamin C helps the white blood cells to fight infection. It helps the body to absorb iron. Iron is needed to make haemoglobin, the red pigment in the blood which transports oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body.
  • It is essential in wound healing and in the formation of collagen, a protein important in the formation of healthy skin, tendons, bones, and supportive tissues.
  • Sodium Ascorbate is a natural, non-acidic (pH-neutral) form of Vitamin C, which is gentler on the digestive system than the commonly used ascorbic acid. Sodium Ascorbate can be added to many foods such as milk and soup without affecting taste. Sodium Ascorbate is more commonly used for therapeutic dosages.
General
  • Vitamin C
  • Sources of Vitamin C
  • Ascorbic Acid
  • Nature of Vitamin C
  • Role of Vitamin C
  • Vitamin C Content of Fruits

Functions

  • Function of Ascorbic Acid in Plants
  • Crystal Habit Modication of Vitamin C
  • Vitamin C Functions
  • Vitamin C Requirements
  • How Vitamin C Works

Production

  • Production of L-Ascorbic Acid From Nontransformed Yeasts
  • Fermentation of Cabbage
  • Microbial Production of L-Ascorbic Acid
  • Enzymic Estimation of Vitamin C
  • Production of Vitamin C
  • Formation of Ascorbic Acid
  • Preparation and Storage of Vitamin C
  • Biological Synthesis of L-Ascorbic Acid in Animal Tissues
  • Syrup Production from Sweet Sorghum
  • Vitamin C Production Developments in China

Technology

  • Ascorbic Acid / Vitamin C Technology
  • Heart Technology
  • Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C
  • New Technology for Vitamin C Production
  • Sequential Injection Technique

Unites States Patent

  • Production of Ascorbic Acid
  • L-Ascorbic Acid Production
  • Preparation of Ascorbic acid
  • Vitamin C Preparation
  • Cure for Heart Disease

Products

  • Buffered Ascorbic Acid
  • Pure Ascorbic Acid
  • L-ASCORBIC ACID
  • Vitamin C Therapy
  • Vitamin C Products
  • Cellex-C Products
  • Suprema C-Cherry
  • Vitamin C Skin Care Products
  • Vitamin C Serum
  • Active C
  • Vitamin C Chemical Products List

Hazards and Safety

  • Vitamin C Risk Assessment
  • Ascorbic Acid in Health and Disease
  • Vitamin C and Heart Disease
  • Safety Data for Ascorbic Acid
  • Vitamin C and Cancer Chemoprevention
  • Clinical Guide to Use of Vitamin C
Applications
  • Vitamin C Prevents Nitrate Tolerance
  • Effect of Vitamin C on Fish Health
  • Effects of Vitamin C on Egg Production
  • Vitamin C Improves Endothelial Function
  • Effect of Fermentation on Vitamin C
  • Vitamin C Treatment
  • Vitamin C Matters
  • Landfill Leachate
  • Recycling of Vitamin C
  • Bird Flu Treatment
  • Treatment of Cancer
  • Healing Factor

Projects

  • Metabolic Engineering of Vitamin C
  • Science Projects About Nutrition & Health
  • Vitamin C Science Project
  • Vitamin C and Citrus Juices

Consultants

  • Expert Consulting Services
  • Jonathan Campbell
  • Lea Stening and Associates
  • Linus Pauling
  • Natural Health Consultants
  • Susan Gail Enterprises

Reports

  • BASF
  • Vitamin C Makers
  • Gene Expression Technology
  • Vitamin C and Severe Influenza
  • Vitamin C Helps to Fight Cancer
  • Vitamin C and Skin
  • Orange Juice Ingestion and Vitamin C
  • Vitamin C in Fruit Drinks
  • Antioxidant Vitamin
  • Vitamin C Controversy

Market

  • Baobab - Homegrown Vitamin C for Africa
  • Diet and Health
  • DSM
  • European Market for Vitamin C
  • New Developments in Skincare
  • Market for Vitamin C

Suppliers and Buyers

  • Global Ascorbic Acid Suppliers
  • Ascorbic Acid Suppliers in China
  • Vitamin C Suppliers in UK
  • Ascorbic Acid Buyers
  • Foreign Ascorbic Acid Importers

Company Profiles

  • Acai Plus
  • The LowCarb Store
  • Belmon Nurit Ltd.
  • Blansett Pharmacal
  • Britvic
  • Jiangsu Jiangshan Pharmaceutical
  • Sinochem Hebei Corporation

 

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