Vitamin A is converted in retinol and is responsible for stability of cell membranes.
Vitamin D3 plays the main role in regulation of plasma concentrations of calcium and phosphorus.
Vitamin E works as antioxidant and partly controls free radicals for unsaturated fatty acids in phospholipides of cell membranes.
Vitamin B1 works as coenzyme at transformation of glucose and glycogen. Vitamin B2 is phosphorilated in the form of coenzym riboflavin-5-phosphate and flavin adenin dinucleotide (FAD) that work as hydrogen-recipients and hydrogen-donators. Vitamin B6 is converted in pyridoxal phosphate that works as coenzyme together with transaminases and decarboxylases in the metabolism of proteins and amino acids. Nicotinamid is converted in essential coenzymes nicotinamid adenin dinucleotide (NAD) and nicotinamid adenin dinucleotide phosphate (NADP).
Panthenol or panthotenic acids are converted in coenzyme that plays a key role in the metabolism of carbohydrates and amino acids in the synthesis of fatty acids, steroids and acetyl coenzyme A.
Vitamin B12 is important for the synthesis of nucleic acid components, red blood cell production, and metabolism of propionate. Inositol in the form of phospholipid participates in the transport of cations through the cell membrane, influences nerve stimulation, and intervenes in the metabolism of mitochondrions.
Methionin is converted in adenosyl methionin that serves as a carrier for the methyl group. This is an important building block of animal proteins. Choline is vital for normal growth. It is a part of phospholipids and acetylcholine. It participates in the transport of fatty acids from the liver to peripheral fat tissues. Magnesium intervenes in transphosphorylation, oxidative phosphorylation, synthesis of nucleic acids, synthesis of proteins, muscle contraction, transmission of nerve excitation, and in active transfer of ions.
Cobalt increases the number of erythrocytes, and it activates dipeptidase that splits glycyl glycin.
Copper is an important factor in haematopoiesis, in the development of bones, and keeping myelin in the nerve centre.
Zinc is a part of metallic enzymes and increases the activity of enzymes. It stabilizes molecules of insulin.
Mangan activates enzyme systems (e.g. hepatic arginase, cholinesterase).
|Each mL contains :|
|Vitamin A||2000 IU|
|Vitamin D3||2000 IU|
|Tocopheryl Acetate||4 mg.|
|Thiamine Hydrochloride||10 mg.|
|Pyridoxine Hydrochloride||5 mg.|
|Riboflavin Sodium Phosphate||1 mg.|
|Vitamin B12||10 mcg.|
|Calcium Levulinate||10 mg.|
|Phenol IP (As preservative)||0.5% w/v|
|Benzyl Alcohol IP (As Preservative)||1.5% v/v|