Flashcards in Misc ll Deck (18)
B6 is cofactor for what?
AA therapy - how to take it?
away from protein
if > 1000 mg then in divided doses
take w carbs
make sure thyroid fxn ok
Vit K cofactors
2 7 9 10
calcification of bone
involved in enzyme that moves Ca around (carboxylase)
B2 Xu signs
B3 (niacin) xu signs
3 D's: dementia, diarrhea, dermatitis
B5 xu signs
burning feet, HA, N
if overdose: peripheral neuropathy
Folate xu signs
macrocytosis, glossitis, colitis
What step is important in methylation?
needs wat cofactors
important for what?
homocysteine --> methionine
connective tissue, healing
Vitamin E fxn
protect fat - LDL, cell membranes
needs ascorbate to be preserved (vit c)
protects water - rbc, cytosol
needs ascorbate to be preserved - vit c
Vit A for what
nuclear membrane activation
EYE, EPITHELIAL, GONADS
1. water soluble: carotenes
2. fat soluble: retinol
Vit D activated form
regulate blood homeostasis of Ca
phoshate - how much of bone?
nucleic acids, energy, cell membrane, bone structure
antiox in foods and natural antihistamine
hesperidin quericint rutin
antiox and in e transport chain