The term "vitamin B9" was reused by some researchers to denote folic acid.
Vitamin B9 Folic acid, also known as folate, is important for the production and maintenance of new cells. This is especially necessary during both pregnancy and infancy when cell growth is extremely rapid. Both adults and children need folic acid to make normal red blood cells and to prevent anemia. •
Vitamin B9 was later found to be a mixture of multiple B vitamins which
were later isolated to different substances. is sometimes used to denote Vitamin Bc and is found to be a mixture of B complex, now called B9 complex.
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