adenosylcobalamin

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a·den·o·syl·co·bal·a·min

(a-den'ō-sil-kō-bal'ă-min),
A derivative of vitamin B12; its impaired biosynthesis can lead to methylmalonic acidemia.

adenosylcobalamin

/aden·o·syl·co·ba·la·min/ (AdoCbl) (ah-den″o-sil-ko-bal´ah-min) one of two metabolically active forms of cobalamin synthesized upon ingestion of vitamin B12; it is the predominant form in the liver.
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Other substances touted as having ergogenic properties are carnitine, cobamamide, growth hormone releasers, octacosanol, and ginseng, but there is no reliable scientific evidence to support claims that products containing these compounds have ergogenic potential, and heavy supplementation may lead to adverse effects.
Effetto antalgico della cobamamide in corso di neuropatie periferiche di diversa etiopatogenesi," Minerva Med, 64: 1077-82, 1973.