Vitamin A is often found as β-carotene (a type of carotenoid) in foods. β-Carotene suppresses the generation of and eliminates reactive oxygen.
Vitamin E suppresses the production of lipid peroxide in cells and is an antioxidant.
Vitamin C also suppresses the production of lipid peroxides.
Some vitamin-like active substances*1, including coenzyme Q10, which are strictly distinguished from vitamins, have antioxidant activity*2. FUJIFILM Wako offers a group of relevant reagents that can be used in vitamin research and testing.
*1: Substances that are not defined as vitamins but have physiological actions similar to those of vitamins
*2: From the website of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare of Japan
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Water-soluble Vitamins Vitamin B1
Water-soluble Vitamins Vitamin B2
Water-soluble Vitamins Vitamin B3
Water-soluble Vitamins Vitamin B5 Related Compounds
Water-soluble Vitamins Vitamin B6
Water-soluble Vitamins Vitamin B7
Water-soluble Vitamins Vitamin B12
Water-soluble Vitamins Vitamin C
Fat-soluble Vitamins Vitamin A
Fat-soluble Vitamins Vitamin D2
Fat-soluble Vitamins Vitamin D3
Fat-soluble Vitamins Vitamin E
Fat-soluble Vitamins Vitamin K1
Vitamin-like Active Substances
For research use or further manufacturing use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
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