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Vitamin C and B1
This lecture addresses the topic of Water Soluble Vitamins. In section one, the educator talks about Vitamin C and B1. First of all, light is shed on Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid). The educator highlights Chemistry, Biosynthesis, and Metabolism of Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid). Apart from this, detailed information about its Metabolic Role and Functions is put forth. Various Functions of Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) are elaborated such as Role in Cellular Oxidation-Reduction, Role in Collagen Synthesis, Functional Activity of Fibroblasts/Osteoblasts, Role in Tryptophan Metabolism, and Role in Tyrosine Metabolism. Moreover, the educator brings under consideration the Deficiency Manifestations of Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) and elucidates the Detection of Deficiency in Man. After this, the educator presents an extensive overview of Thiamine (Vitamin B1). Subsequently, the Sources and Deficiency Manifestations of Thiamine (Vitamin B1) are explained.
Vitamin B2 and B3
In section two, the focus is on Vitamin B2 and B3. The educator begins by throwing light on Riboflavin (Vitamin B2). The Biological Active Forms of Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) are discussed in addition to its Deficiency Manifestations. Subsequently, the educator thoroughly reports Niacin (Vitamin B3). Its Biological “Active” Forms are described followed by an elucidation of its role in Synthesis of NAD+ and Formation of NADP and Formation of Nicotinamide. At the end of this section, the Deficiency Manifestations of Niacin (Vitamin B3) are demonstrated.
Vitamin B5 and B6
Section three is about Vitamin B5 and B6. The educator gives a comprehensive overview of Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5). Afterwards, its Deficiency Manifestations are discussed. Moving forward, the educator speaks in detail about Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6). The Sources of Pyridoxine are brought to light after which its Biological ‘Active’ Forms are explained. Later, the Deficiency Manifestations of Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) are highlighted.
Vitamin B7 and B9
Section four puts forth extensive information regarding Vitamin B7 and B9. In the start, the focus is Biotin (Vitamin B7). Subsequently, the role of Biotin (Vitamin B7) in CO2 Fixation Reactions is discussed. Later, the educator elaborates on Folic Acid Groups (Vitamin B9). Light is shed on the Biosynthesis and Metabolism of Vitamin B9 followed by an elucidation of its Clinical Aspect.
Vitamin B12 and Non B vitamins
The prime focus of section five is Vitamin B12 and Non B vitamins. The educator reveals significant details about Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamine) and talks about the Varieties of Vitamin B12. Light is also shed on its Mechanism of Absorption. Apart from this, the educator talks about Vitamin B12 Deficiency and addresses the question What Can We Do? Subsequently, an elucidation of Non B vitamins is provided which include Lipoic Acid (Thioctic Acid) and Inositol. Afterwards, their Deficiency Manifestations are highlighted.