Vitamins

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Inositol 

Inositol is considered a vitamin-like substance and it was identified 100 years ago in the urine of diabetics. There are nine different stereoisomers, of which the most prominent biologically active form is myo-inositol. It can be found in plants in the form of phytic acid and in animals as myo-inositol. Inositol can be found in virtually all tissues in the human body. 

Main function

The synthesis of phospholipids.

Biological functions

Inositol and some of its mono- and polyphosphates form the foundation for a number of signalilng and secondary messenger molecules. These are involved in a number of biological processes, including insulin signal transduction, intracellular calcium (CA2+) concentration control and the preservation of cell membrane potential. 

Benefits for the animal

Proper inositol supplementation optimises performance and helps cure fatty liver syndrome in laying hens.

Product specifications & properties

  • Content: min. 97%
  • Loss on drying: max. 0.5%
  • Appearance: fine, white crystals or white crystalline powder 
  • Type of synthesis: chemical synthesis
  • Additional testing: additional testing in an external laboratory according to P 04 A 01
  • Storage: store in a cool and dry place in well-sealed containers, separate from other odorous products
  • Stability: 2 years 
  • Packaging: 25 kg drums

Regulatory status

Feed additive, category: vitamins, provitamins and chemical substances with similar effects

Manufacturing and supply

WELDING supplies inositol (EU Code: 3a900) from qualified Chinese manufacturers.

 

Welding GmbH & Co. KG is not the manufacturer of the product. All product information and analytical data serves only as a product description and has been provided to us by the manufacturer. It may not be interpreted as a guarantee of special properties or a guarantee of suitability for specific purposes. The customer is required to examine the suitability of the product for the intended purpose himself/herself before use.