According to the company, Pharmaceutical manufacturers can benefit from the compound's high active folate
content, enhanced water solubility, higher purity and improved overall stability.
Mice consumed a purified low-fat AIN-93G diet (LFD) (17% calories from fat; Envigo Teklad) with adequate folate
content (2 mg/kg) and drank deionized water (DIW) for 2 weeks prior to the initial metabolic phenotyping.
The partnership covers the evaluation of Merck KGaA first-in-class folate
derivatives as radiolabeled diagnostic and therapeutic agents for the treatment of serious oncological folate
This means that folate
plays a role in turning a gene "on" or "off."
The measurements of folate
and to a lower extend vitamin B12 are important biomarkers in clinical medicine and in epidemiologic studies.
The mean serum and red cell folate
levels on admission were found as 21.2[+ or -]12.2 ng/mL and 922.7[+ or -]460.7 ng/mL, respectively.
If you're unsure whether you're getting enough folate
, talk it over with your doctor.
, an essential B vitamin, reduces the fetus' risk for neural tube defects, which are malformations affecting the brain, spine and spinal cord.
"Since its discovery in 1945, folate
has been the subject of many studies that resulted in more than 50,000 publications.
* The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape for Folate
Receptor Alpha (Adult Folate
Binding Protein or Folate
Receptor 1 or KB Cells FBP or Ovarian Tumor Associated Antigen MOv18 or FOLR1)
USDA reports show that broccoli and alfalfa sprouts contain food folate
(3,4) and they are considered to be the best food supplement source by some.
The provocative folate
finding is a valuable clue, but the way the university publicised it was not useful and potentially dangerous.