Vitamin-b meaning

Vitamin B complex.
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A member of the vitamin B complex, especially thiamine.
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A complex compound containing cobalt, found especially in liver and widely used to treat pernicious anemia.
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Vitamin B complex.
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A member of the vitamin B complex, especially thiamine.
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Any of several water-soluble pyridine derivatives, including pyridoxine, pyridoxal, pyridoxamine, and their phosphate esters, found in fish, poultry, potatoes, legumes, whole grains, and enriched foods, and serving as coenzymes in many biochemical processes, especially amino acid synthesis and the formation of neurotransmitters.
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Folate or folic acid.
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A water-soluble, cobalt-containing compound that occurs in several forms, is important for nerve cell function, red blood cell formation, and DNA synthesis, and is found in meat, poultry, fish, eggs, dairy products, and fortified foods. Deficiency can result in pernicious anemia.
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Folate or folic acid.
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Vitamin B complex.
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A member of the vitamin B complex, especially thiamine (vitamin B1 ).
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Any of several water-soluble pyridine derivatives, especially pyridoxine, that are coenzymes in amino acid synthesis and are important in protein and fat metabolism and in healthy nerve function. Vitamin B6 is found in liver, whole-grain foods, fish, yeast, and many vegetables.
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A water-soluble, complex organic compound containing cobalt, found especially in meat, liver, eggs, milk, and milk products. Vitamin B12 is necessary for the synthesis of DNA by the body, for the production of blood cells, and for maintaining the health of nerves. A deficiency of vitamin B12 in the diet results in pernicious anemia .
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(biochemistry) Any member of the vitamin B complex.
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