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thi·a·min

(thī'ă-min),
A heat-labile and water-soluble vitamin contained in milk, yeast, and in the germ and husk of grains; also artificially synthesized; essential for growth; a deficiency of thiamin is associated with beriberi and Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome.
[thia- + vitamin]

vitamin B1

See thiamine.

vitamin B1

Thiamin, see there.

vitamin B1

Thiamin, see there.

thi·a·min

(thī'ă-min)
A heat-labile and water-soluble vitamin contained in milk, yeast, and the germ and husk of grains; also artificially synthesized; essential for growth; a deficiency of thiamin is associated with beriberi and Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome.
Synonym(s): vitamin B1.
[thia- + vitamin]

thiamine

vitamin B1; essential for normal growth; found in milk, yeast, grains

vitamin B,

n a water-soluble vitamin found in blackstrap molasses, brewer's yeast, organ meats, pork, wheat germ, and whole-grain cereals. Has been used to treat deficiencies (including those caused by loop diuretics), congestive heart failure, and Alzheimer's disease. No known precautions.

thi·a·min

(thī'ă-min)
Heat-labile and water-soluble vitamin contained in milk, yeast, and in the germ and husk of grains; essential for growth. Sometimes spelled thiamine.
Synonym(s): vitamin B1.
[thia- + vitamin]
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Although our patient got rapid relief and had a good prognosis after a small dose of thiamine, we still need more researches to get specific and better recommendation for dosage, route, and duration of Vitamin B1.
Calibration curves of standard vitamin B1, B2 and B6 were made using absorbance against their concentration and the curve showed straight lines with r = 0.
However, the charity that funded the research has warned diabetics not to rush out and buy vitamin B1 pills because it was still not clear if the benefits seen in mice could also help humans.
Around 15 small children, however, are said to be seriously suffering from an acute deficiency of vitamin B1, which had led to a severe disorder of the central nervous system.
The subject of procurement:A preparation for increasing the productivity and safety of poultry, improving fertilized eggs, containing not less: vitamin B1 4000 mg / l; B2-5000 mg / l; B3-4000 mg / l; B6-2 000 mg / l; B9-400 mg / l; B12-20 mg / l; nicotinamide-10 000 mg / l, biotin-50 mg / l; L-carnitine-30 000 mg / l; nucleotides-10 000 mg / l.
3 CABBAGE is also rich in essential vitamins such as vitamin B5, vitamin B6 and vitamin B1.
ISLAMABAD -- Include more vitamin B1rich food in your diet as neurologists have underlined that deficiency of a single vitamin B1 (or thiamine) can cause a potentially fatal brain disorder.
It contains a combination of active ingredients, including Vitamin B1 and essential minerals calcium, potassium, sodium and manganese glycerophosphate, as well as sucrose and glucose syrup.
Vitamin B1 is also known as thiamin and is found in most types of food.
The finding is especially important for diabetics because research has shown they already have around 75% lower levels of vitamin B1 than people without the condition.
Washington, Apr 24 (ANI): A particular type of vitamin B1 supplementation can offer an effective treatment against common cause of blindness, says a research team led by an Indian-origin scientist.
By the end of the treatment period, the researchers observed a 41% average decrease in albumin excretion among patients who received vitamin B1.