Riboflavin, also called vitamin B2, is a water-soluble
Cobalamin. its not cobalamin its riboflavin.... also called vitamin B12 is riboflavin
Riboflavin-5-phosphate is a biomolecule produced from riboflavin by the enzyme riboflavin kinase.
Riboflavin status is diagnosed using a test conducted on red blood cells that measures the activity of an enzyme called glutathione reductase.
Riboflavin Is A Mineral, Not A Vitamin
Riboflavin is a vitamin (B 2); but riboflavin is a component of other biochemicals which act as coenzymes.
Riboflavin affects radish seeds by being in the raddish seeds. There is a very small amount of riboflavin in raddish seeds. Riboflavin is a vitamin and is very good for you.
There is only one main element in riboflavin. This main element in riboflavin is known as B12 and is water soluble.
Riboflavin is not stored in your system. Riboflavin comes in in one's urine. Too much Riboflavin can result in one's urine being darker than it normally would be.
Riboflavin is also known as Vitamin B2.
"Riboflavin", AKA vitamin B2, is C17H20N4O6.
No riboflavin is not on the periodic table of elements
The prognosis for correcting riboflavin deficiency is excellent.
part of a bacteria cell is a substance called riboflavin or the equivalent to our DNA
There are no known effects of riboflavin (B2) toxicity (too much), but dermatitis can result from riboflavin deficiency.
Yes, milk is an excellent source of Riboflavin.