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Vitamin Q, Q10

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Scientific name: (a) Coenzyme Q (not a vitamin), (b) Proposed new vitamin

Alternative names: (a) Ubiquinone, (b) Phospholipid from soybean

Substance/source: Soybean

Physiological role: Redox coenzyme in mitochondrial electron transport chain; Clotting factor, corrects abnormal bleeding

(a) Folkers et al. 1997 64, Karlsson et al. 1997 65, (b) Quick 1974 66

References

  1. Folkers K, Osterborg A, Nylander M et al. Activities of vitamin Q10 in animal models and a serious deficiency in patients with cancer. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1997; 234: 296–99.
  2. Karlsson J, Ronneberg R, Semb B. Vitamins Q and E, extracorporal circulation and hemolysis. Mol Cell Biochem 1997; 173: 33–41.
  3. Quick A. Vitamin Q. Life Sci 1974; 15: 1–6.
  4. Combs Jr. G.F., 2012, “The Vitamins - Fundamental Aspects in Nutrition and Health - 3rd edition,” Academic Press; p. 517.
  5. Williams P., 2015, “The missing vitamin alphabet,” Nutrition & Dietetics [Web Reference]
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