casno. : CAS 67-48-1
Vitamin B4 (adenine), also known as 6-aminopurine, is one of the four nucleobases that make up DNA and RNA molecules, with the chemical formula C5H5N5. It exists mainly in the form of adenine nucleotides in vivo. It is involved in the formation of a variety of important intermediate substances, such as ATP and NADP, in metabolic pathways in vivo. Foods that contain more vitamin B4 are: animal offal, meat, soy products, shrimp, sardines, oysters, spinach, black fungus, squid, mushrooms, etc. Because vitamin B4 is heat-resistant, there is less loss during processing and cooking, and the content of vitamin B4 in food is almost unchanged after long-term storage in a dry environment.
Adenine Vitamin B4 Powder
Keep in a cool, dry, dark location in a tightly sealed container or cylinder.