Handbook of Vitamins, Fourth Edition

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Robert B. Rucker, Janos Zempleni, John W. Suttie, Donald B. McCormick
CRC Press, Jun 8, 2007 - Medical - 608 pages
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Thoroughly revised and updated, Handbook of Vitamins highlights the recent research in vitamins and gene expression, vitamin-dependent genes, and vitamin effect on DNA stability. This fourth edition includes new chapters on vitamin-dependent modification of chromatin, analysis of vitamin metabolism using accelerated mass spectrometry, and dietary reference intakes for vitamins. Featuring contributions from international experts, it encompasses classical and modern approaches to vitamins, focusing on human nutrition, vitamin analysis, and vitamin action at the molecular level.
 

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Contents

Nutritional Aspects of Retinoids and Carotenoids
1
Chapter 2 Vitamin D
41
Chapter 3 Vitamin K
111
Chapter 4 Vitamin E
153
Chapter 5 Bioorganic Mechanisms Important to Coenzyme Functions
175
Chapter 6 Niacin
191
Chapter 7 Riboflavin Vitamin B2
233
Chapter 8 Thiamine
253
Chapter 12 Folic Acid
385
Chapter 13 Vitamin B12
413
Chapter 14 Choline
459
Chapter 15 Ascrbic Acid
489
Epigenetic Events and Genomic Stability
521
Chapter 17 Accelerator Mass Spectrometry in the Study of Vitamins and Mineral Metabolism in Humans
545
Chapter 18 Dietary Reference Intakes for Vitamins
559
Index
571

Chapter 9 Pantothenic Acid
289
Chapter 10 Vitamin B6
315
Chapter 11 Biotin
361
Back cover
595
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