Explain vitamin B complex, Biology

Vitamin B Complex

The vitamin B complex comprises the vitamins B1, B2, B6 and B12 as well as the vitamin B factors biotin, folic acid, nicotinic acid and its amide as well as pantothenic acid. Besides, inositol, choline and adenine (vitamin B4) are considered as vitamins of the B complex.  In nature, the active principles of the vitamin B complex mostly occur together.

 

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