known as factor S was related to vitamin B10. It was
also believed to have similar properties, and was also later determined to be a
mixture of substances.Vitamin B11, also
B11 is thought to be a mixture of B12 and pteroylmonoglutamic acid or folacin. Yet it differs somewhat from B10. Other names for it are factor S or Vitamin S.
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