Vitamin B1(59-43-8)C12H17ClN4OS
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Vitamin B1(59-43-8)C12H17ClN4OS

Product Name:Vitamin B1
CAS NO.:67-03-8
Molecular formula:C12H17N4OS.ClH.Cl
Molecular weight:337.27
EINECS NO.: 200-641-8
Appearance:White to yellowish white fine crystals
Storage conditions:room temp

B1 powder description

Vitamin B1, also known as thiamine or anti neuramin, is synthesized by fungi, microorganisms, and plants, while animals and humans can only obtain it from food. Vitamin B1 is mainly found in the outer skin and germ of seeds, such as rice bran and bran, which are abundant in content, and also in yeast. Thiamine is formed by the combination of pyrimidine ring and thiazole ring, and participates in glucose metabolism in the body.

Pure vitamin b1 food source

There are several main sources of VB1. Firstly, the content of VB1 in grains, beans, hard fruits, and dry yeast is relatively rich, so the content of VB1 in brown rice and flour with bran is higher than that in refined white rice; The second is that VB1 is contained in the internal organs of animals such as liver, kidney, lean meat, and egg yolk; Third, some vegetables, such as celery and laver, have different levels of VB1.

Vitamin b1 physiological function and function

Vitamin B1 plays a coenzyme role in the process of glucose metabolism and is essential for the oxidative decarboxylation of pyruvate. The research shows that the level of vitamin B1 in the serum of patients with type I diabetes is reduced, while the level of vitamin B1 in the serum of elderly patients with type II diabetes is normal. From the perspective of the close relationship between vitamin B1 and glucose metabolism, vitamin B1 deficiency can first cause functional disorders of organs and tissues with high glucose metabolism, such as the nervous system and heart. It has also been observed clinically that vitamin B1 has a certain therapeutic effect on neuropathy, especially painful neuropathy.

Vitamin B1 can maintain normal nerve and myocardial function. There is evidence that patients with congestive heart failure often experience vitamin B1 deficiency due to the use of diuretics. A small, double blind study has found that intravenous infusion of vitamin B1 can improve heart function in patients with congestive heart failure. A similar result was found in an earlier study without a control group.

Vitamin B1 can also be supplemented. Vitamin B1 will be helpful for drinkers, patients with Crohn's disease, anorexia, or multiple sclerosis, as part of systemic nutritional support.

Vitamin B1 can also be used as a treatment for epilepsy, ulcer pain, and muscle fiber pain, but further research is needed to confirm this.

Vitamin B1 application

Vitamin B1 is one of the B vitamins, mainly used for the prevention and treatment of vitamin B1 deficiency and its associated beriberi or Wernickes encephalopathy, as well as for auxiliary treatment of peripheral neuritis, myocarditis, indigestion, and congestive heart failure; For vitamin B1 supplementation: including patients with burns, fever, and long-term chronic infection; Patients with malabsorption syndrome accompanied by hepatobiliary diseases (such as alcoholism accompanied by cirrhosis), small intestinal diseases (such as celiac disease, persistent diarrhea, etc.), post gastrectomy, hyperthyroidism, and hemodialysis; Malnutrition caused by prolonged parenteral nutrition or insufficient intake, heavy manual labor, and pregnant and lactating women.