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any of a group of organic substances essential in small quantities to normal metabolism

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Valcarcel, "Determination of water-soluble vitamins in infant milk and dietary supplement using a liquid chromatography on-line coupled to a corona-charged aerosol detector," Journal of Chromatography A, vol.
Feed water-soluble vitamins and minerals refer to those nutritional additives in the animal feed that fulfill the animals' nutritional requirements while helping them in their growing, developing, and reproducing stages.
Pharmacopeia (USP) method for the separation of a mixture of all eight water-soluble vitamins. A USP method for individual vitamins is complicated (i.e., sodium perchlorate, phosphoric acid, dimethyl sulfoxide, acetonitrile and water are needed for biotin determination) and involves an ion-pairing agent to retain hydrophilic vitamins.
Marine-Font, "Determination of water-soluble vitamins in infant milk by high-performance liquid chromatography," Journal of Chromatography A, vol.
The use of HPLC coupled with UV detection for the study of water-soluble vitamins in food has been demonstrated to be a fast, simple, and reliable method [18].
Dionex's reversed-phase HPLC column, the Acclaim C30, is suited for a range of separations including hydro phobic, long chain, structural isomers (carotenoids, steroids and pharmaceuticals), lipids (phospholipids, omega fatty acids and cooking oils) and hydrophilic analytes (water-soluble vitamins and organic acids).
B Vitamins: a category including six water-soluble vitamins that are important in regulating metabolism and most other cellular processes.
Water-soluble vitamins are different: When you eat foods that have water-soluble vitamins, the vitamins don't get stored as much in your body.
While the body eliminates excess water-soluble vitamins, it stores excess fat-soluble vitamins.
The water-soluble vitamins - C and the B-complex vitamins (such as vitamins B6, B12, niacin, riboflavin, and folate) - need to be dissolved in water before our body can absorb them.
Their topics include nutritional requirements, sources of data and gaps in it, fat-soluble and water-soluble vitamins, extra-vehicular activity, antioxidants, nutrient-drug interactions, and looking forward.
Deficiencies in thiamine and other water-soluble vitamins occur rapidly in the absence of supplementation.
Water-soluble vitamins, like vitamin C and many B vitamins, are heat-sensitive, and its better to get them through raw vegetables.
Major fluid shifts, diarrhoea, dialysis, diuresis and burn exudates contribute to substantial losses of water-soluble vitamins and trace elements (8).
Conventional nutritional science now recognizes 13 vitamins divided into two categories: four fat-soluble vitamins, and nine water-soluble vitamins (Leskova et al., 2006.