Other Name: Thiamine
Molecular Formular: C12H17ClN4OS
Formular Weight: 300.81
Grade: Food Grade & Feed Grade
Appearance: Small White to Yellowish Crystals or Crystalline Solid
Help the body break down and release energy from food
Keep the nervous system healthy
Vitamin B1 plays an important role in glucose metabolism and in maintaining the normal function of nervous system. Lack of vitamin B1 in lactation will make carbohydrate metabolism disorder, leading an accumulation of lactic acid and other metabolites, harmful substances will also appear in the accumulation of breast milk, causing a toxic reaction of infants;
Vitamin B1 is a cofactor of key enzymes in glucose metabolism and plays an important role in maintaining the balance of oxidative metabolism in the brain, such as lipid peroxidation product level and glutathione reductase activity.
Vitamin B1 is a significant bioactive substance to maintain the normal function of the nervous heart and digestive system.
Vitamin B1 derivatives can participate in important physiological processes such as gene expression regulation, cell stress response signal transduction pathway and nervous system signal transduction, while these effects of vitamin B1 derivatives are independent of the role of their coenzymes
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