Folic Acid

Folic Acid

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  • White or Slight Yellow Crystal Powder
  • 59-30-3
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  • As per customer’s request
    As per customer’s request
Grade Origin Download
China
TDS MSDS

Application

Category

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 Properties:

  • Chemical formula : C19H19N7O6
  • Synonym : BPA, 4,4-(propan-2-ylidene)diphenol 4,4-isopropylidenediphenol
  • Origin : South Korea
  • Molar Weight : 228.29 g mol-1

 

Folic acid is a tasteless, odourless, yellow-orange crystalline powder that is insoluble in alcohol, ether and other organic solvents

It is the synthetic form of Vitamin and provides folates which are essential for DNA synthesis, repair and methylation.

 

Benefits:

  • Higher stability and bioavailability as compared with natural folates.
  • Essential for the transfer and interconversion of single-carbon units, which includes formyl, methyl and methylene groups
  • Essential to cell division and protein synthesis, in particular nucleotide biosynthesis and remethylation of homocysteine
  • Necessary for normal immune function.
  • Deficiency leads to impaired cell division and alterations of protein synthesis, which results in macrocytic anaemia and leukopenia (reduced number of white blood cells)
  • Deficiency leads to poor growth and feathering, anaemic appearance and perosis in chicks and turkeys.

    Dosage for Poultry:
    • Newly Hatched Chicks: 1-1.5 mg/kg feed
    • Young and Growing: 1-1.5 mg/kg feed
    • Laying Hens: 1-1.5 mg/kg feed
    • Breeders: 2-3 mg/kg feed
    • Broiler Chicks: 1.5-2 mg/kg feed
    • Broiler Adults: 2-4 mg/kg feed

 

 

 Specification : 

 

Property

Units

Value

Appearance

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Yellow crystalline powder

Water content

%

≤ 8.5

Residue on ignition 

%

≤ 0.30

Chromatographic

%

≤ 2.0

Assay

%

97.0~102.0

Total plate count

cfu/g

≤ 1000

Coliforms

MPN/100g

≤ 30

Mold & yeast

cfu/g

≤ 100

Salmonella

-

Negative

 

  • Higher stability and bioavailability as compared with natural folates.
  • Essential for the transfer and interconversion of single-carbon units, which includes formyl, methyl and methylene groups.
  • Essential to cell division and protein synthesis, in particular nucleotide biosynthesis and remethylation of homocysteine.
  • Necessary for normal immune function.
  • Deficiency leads to impaired cell division and alterations of protein synthesis, which results in macrocytic anaemia and leukopenia (reduced number of white blood cells).
  • Deficiency leads to poor growth and feathering, anaemic appearance and perosis in chicks and turkeys.

 

 

 

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