B14 is a crystalline conpound isolated from wine and originally thought to be a metabolite of xanthopterin which checks the growth of cancer cells. Deficiencies produce a deterioration of red blood cells (produced by the bone marrow), pernicious anemia, and an accelerated production of cancer cells. •
Anhydrous Betaine, B14
was not clearly isolated to a specific chemical. It was
extracted from yeast, organ meats, grains, legumes, and eggs. Its deficiency caused
a kind of anemia. It may have been similar to vitamin B10 and B11.
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