Deficiency- Inability of blood to clot in telagiectasia patients
Discussion- Named after Dr. Armand J. Quick, who found a substance in soybeans could prevent bleeding in people with telagiectasia. According to Quick, only essential in patients with that rare blood disorder. •
:Vitamin Q was a substance announced by a Dr. Quick, who reported that its deficiency caused a lack of blood clotting. Although it was extracted from soy beans, alfalfa and clover, like coenzyme Q10, it was not isolated to a specific substance. It is not clear if the coenzyme Q10 complex is related.
Vitamin Q1 through vitamin Q7 denote coenzymes Q1 through Q7, respectively, but cannot be used as precursors to coenzyme Q10 in humans.Vitamin Q8 and vitamin Q9 denote coenzyme Q8 and coenzyme Q9, respectively, and are precursors to coenzyme Q10.
History: Vitamin Q10 denotes coenzyme Q10. Vitamin Q199 was an alternate term for coenzyme Q10.
Sources: Soybeans, clover, alfalfa
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