Name: D-Biotin Powder
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D-Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin in eight forms, biotin, also known as vitamin B7. It is a coenzyme-or accessory enzyme-used in many metabolic reactions in the body. D-Biotin participates in lipid and protein metabolism and helps convert food into glucose, which the body can use as energy.
It is also important for maintaining skin, hair and mucous membranes. The lack of biotin mainly damages the skin, mucous membranes and nervous system. In the general population, a long-term lack of biotin may cause hair, nails, and skin damage.
Physiological function of D-biotin:
- Participate in the body’s lipid metabolism
Biotin is involved in fatty acid synthesis and is also an essential substance for long-chain unsaturated and normal fatty acid synthesis and fatty acid metabolism. Furthermore. Biotin is also involved in acetylcholine synthesis and cholesterol metabolism.
- Participate in the metabolism of proteins and nucleic acids in the body
Biotin plays an important role in protein synthesis, amino acid deamination, purine synthesis, carbamoyl transfer, and leucine and tryptophan catabolism. It is also required for decarboxylation of various amino acid transfers.
- Participate in the body’s carbohydrate metabolism
In carbohydrate metabolism. Biotinase is involved in the catalysis of decarboxylation and carboxylation reactions and is an essential component of the tricarboxylic acid circuit. It is involved in and affects the decarboxylation of pyruvate to oxaloacetate, the metabolic process from malic acid to pyruvate, succinic acid and propionic acid, and oxalosuccinic acid to n-ketosuccinic acid.
- Participate in the metabolism of other substances
Biotin is also used as a coenzyme component to participate in the metabolic processes of other nutrients such as methyl rearrangement reactions and glucose metabolism. At the same time, biotin is also involved in lysozyme activation and sebaceous gland function. It is closely related to the metabolism of folic acid and pantothenic acid.
- It is mainly used as an adjunct to diseases and malnutrition caused by vitamin H deficiency.
- D-Biotin is an essential coenzyme in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Participates in the interconversion between carbohydrates and proteins, and the conversion of proteins and carbohydrates to fat. Then, as a coenzyme of carboxylase, it transfers the carboxyl group and fixes carbon dioxide.
- It also functions as a prosthetic group of many enzymes, functions as a carboxyl carrier, fixes carbon dioxide, and decarboxylates by carbohydrate metabolism. Biotin is involved in the metabolism of sugars, proteins and fats in the form of animal coenzymes.
- D-Biotin is required to maintain the development of animal skin, hair, hooves, reproduction and nervous system, and can also improve feed utilization and weight gain. Deficiency slows growth and causes reproductive disorders, dermatitis, hair loss, and skin keratosis. Pigs often have skin ulcers, inflammation of the oral mucosa, diarrhea, cramps, cracks, and bleeding on the back of the hooves.
|Shelf Life||2 years|
|Packing||1kg/bag,25kg/bag or as your requirements|