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cyanocobalamin

cy·a·no·co·bal·a·min / ˌsīənōˌkōˈbaləmin; sīˌanō-/ • n. a vitamin found in foods of animal origin such as liver, fish, and eggs, a deficiency of which can cause pernicious anemia. Also called vitamin B12.

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cyanocobalamin

cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12) (sy-ă-noh-koh-bal-ă-min) n. see vitamin B.

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cyanocobalamin

cyanocobalamin: see coenzyme; vitamin.

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cyanocobalamin

cyanocobalamin See vitamin B complex.

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cyanocobalamin

cyanocobalamin See vitamin B12.

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