USP(U.S. Pharmacopela / National Formulary)
carboxylic acid;NIASPAN;Vitamin series;Other APIs;vitamin;Pyridine;Analytical Chemistry;Biochemistry;Mass Spectrometry;Matrix Materials (MALDI-TOF-MS);Vitamins;Vitamins and derivatives;Vitamin B3;Building Blocks;C6;Chemical Synthesis;Heterocyclic Building Blocks;Nutrition Research;Pyridines;Vitamin B;Inhibitors;Aromatics;Intermediates & Fine Chemicals;Isotope Labelled Compounds;Pharmaceuticals;Miscellaneous Compounds;Signalling;Vitamin Ingredients
White to off-white powder
Niacin is an additive to food on the basis of its nutrient supplement qualities as a vitamin (as an enzyme co-factor). This water-soluble vitamin of the B complex occurs in various animal and plant tissues. It is required by the body for the formation of coenzymes NAD and NADP. A deficiency of niacin results in the disease, pellagra.
This product is a type of vitamin supplement, and it is called vitamin PP along with nicotinamide. It is used to treat pellagra and as a vasodilator, and it is widely used as an additive for food and feed. A medicine intermediate, used in the production of isoniazid, nicotinamide, nikethamide, inositol nicotinate, etc. Nicotinic acid is an important factor in delivering hydrogen and fighting pellagra in organisms; it helps maintain skin and nerve health and stimulate digestion. Coenzyme and cofactor; pyridine nucleotide coenzyme; decreases the amount of low density lipoproteins in the liver and slows the fibrosis of apolipoproteins. Biochemistry research, a nutritional component of tissue culture mediums.