pyridoxic acid

pyridoxic acid
\\|pirə|däksik-\ noun
Etymology: pyridoxic from pyridoxine + -ic
: a crystalline acid C8H9NO4 isolated from urine and held to be formed by oxidation of pyridoxal as the major end product of vitamin B6 metabolism — called also 4-pyridoxic acid

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  • pyridoxic acid — pyr·i·dox·ic acid or 4 pyr·i·dox·ic acid .pir ə .däk sik n a crystalline acid C8H9NO4 isolated from urine and held to be formed by oxidation of pyridoxal as the major end product of vitamin B6 metabolism * * * pyr·i·dox·ic ac·id (pir″ĭ …   Medical dictionary

  • 4-pyridoxic acid — noun see pyridoxic acid …   Useful english dictionary

  • 4-pyridoxic acid — The principal product of the metabolism of pyridoxal (–COOH replaces –CHO at position 4), appearing in the urine …   Medical dictionary

  • Vitamin B6 — is a water soluble vitamin. Pyridoxal phosphate (PLP) is the active form and is a cofactor in many reactions of amino acid metabolism, including transamination, deamination, and decarboxylation. PLP also is necessary for the enzymatic reaction… …   Wikipedia

  • Riboflavin — Riboflavin …   Wikipedia

  • pyracin — Pyridoxolactone, the lactone of 4 pyridoxic acid …   Medical dictionary

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