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The possible function of NaCl in the absorption of B12 in man

, : The possible function of NaCl in the absorption of B12 in man. An Fac Farm E Odontol Univ Sao Paulo 12: 183-191

Normally, injections of vitamin B12 will show up as an increase in the amount of the vitamin eliminated in the urine, but if such injections are given with NaCl no such increase can be detected. It is believed that the NaCl may either inhibit absorption of the vitamin to a great extent or may cause the vitamin to combine with certain of the plasma proteins and thus be retained within the body rather than be eliminated as a surplus product.


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