Patients with inflammatory bowel conditions often suffer from cobalamin
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Effects of Endogenous Cobalamins
on NF-[kappa]B Promoter Activity.
(Cbl),  or vitamin [B.sub.12], is a nutrient necessary for normal DNA synthesis, red blood cell production, and maintenance of the nervous system.
Nitric oxide interaction with cobalamins
: biomedical and functional consequences.
Accuracy in measuring the quantity of each of the cobalamins
in foods and supplements is crucial for understanding absorption mechanisms, which will lead to health recommendations important to the public.
Finally, adenosyl cobalamin
is essential for the conversion of L-methylmalonyl CoA to succinyl CoA.
is assimilated in the human body in a complex way.
Morkbak's claims that HC was "decreased" in cobalamin
deficiency and that cobalamin
deficiency may explain much HC deficiency are undercut by her data: most patients with low cobalamin
(<200 pmol/L) actually had total HC concentrations well within the reference interval (>240 pmol/L).
HC is synthesized in many cells of the body, including leukocytes, and it binds between 80% and 94% of total Cobalamin
in plasma (6).
(vitamin [B.sub.12]) is essential for 1-carbon metabolism and cell division.