Liver filtrate factor | definition of liver filtrate factor by Medical dictionary
liver filtrate factor
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liv·er fil·trate fac·tor
former term for pantothenic acid.
pantothenic acid An essential nutrient involved in nutrient metabolism. Pantothetic acid (vitamin B5) is present in dairy products, egg yolks, leafy greens, legumes, liver and whole grains; it has been used by some alternative healthcare providers to treat allergies, anxiety, colitis, depression, eczema, fatigue, hay fever, hypoglycaemia, urticaria and to stimulate weakened adrenal glands. The recommended daily requirement is 100 mg.