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Synonyms for pyridoxine

a B vitamin that is essential for metabolism of amino acids and starch

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Pyridoxin gets into competition with INH and prevents neurotoxicity.
Also the concentrations of the acid nicotinic, pyridoxin HCl and Thiamine HCl are more significant in B5 medium.
20: thiamin hydrochloride, 5; riboflavin, 8: pyridoxin hydrochloride, 2: niacin, 40: Ca-D-pantothenate, 12; myo-inositol, 200; D-biotin, 0.4; folic acid.
(1) The premix provides for a kg of feed: Fe (as ferrous of sulfate), 100 mg; Cu (as copper sulfate), 150 mg; Mn (as manganese sulfate), 40 mg; Zn (as zinc sulfate), 100 mg; I, 0.5 mg; Se (as sodium selenite), 0.3 mg; vit A, 10,800 IU; vit [D.sub.3], 4,000 IU; vit E, 40 IU; vit [K.sub.3], 4 mg; vit [B.sub.1] (thiamine), 6 mg; vit [B.sub.2] (riboflavin), 12 mg; vit [B.sub.6] (pyridoxin), 6 mg; vit [B.sub.12] (cobalamin), 0.05 mg; biotin, 0.2 mg; folic acid, 2 mg; niacin, 50 mg; D-calcium pantothenate, 25 mg.
In the meantime, pyridoxal-5-phosphate (vitamin [B.sub.6] or pyridoxin) is needed as a coenzyme for the activities of various enzymes, such as CD and CSAD, necessary for the conversion of Cys into taurine.
In the meantime, pyridoxal-5-phosphate (vitamin B6 or pyridoxin) is needed as a coenzyme for the activities of various enzymes necessary for the conversion of cystine into taurine such as cysteine dioxygenase (CD), cysteine sulfinic acid decarboxylase (CSAD), etc.