Structure of Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is an assortment of cobalt as well as corrin ring molecules which are specified by their specific vitamin function in the body. All of the substrate cobalt-corrin molecules from which B12 is made, must be synthesized by bacteria. Nonetheless, after this synthesis is complete, the body has a minimal power to transform any form of B12 to one more, by methods of enzymatically removing particular prosthetic chemical groups from the cobalt atom. The different forms (vitamers) of B12 are all profoundly red colored, due to the color of the cobalt-corrin complex.

Structure of Vitamin B12 - B12 Injections

For more information and to buy Trim Original, Trim Complete B12 Injections, Click Here.

<< Interactions of Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 Synthesis and Industrial Production >>