|Place of Origin:||China|
|Model Number:||CAS NO 541-15-1|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Free samples Available|
|Packaging Details:||Discreet package or as required|
|Delivery Time:||3-6 working days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram,BItcoins|
|Supply Ability:||500 kg / month|
|EINECS:||208-768-0||Packing:||1Kg/foil Bag Or As Required|
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|Synonyms:||3- CARBOXY-N,N,N-TRIMETHYL-2-PROPEN-1-AMINIUM CHLORIDE;3-HYDROXY-4-(TRIMETHYLAMMONIO)-BUTANOAT;3-HYDROXY-GAMMA-(TRIMETHYLAMMONIO)-BUTYRATE;LEVOCARNITINE;L-CARNITHINE;L-CARNITIN;L(-)-CARNITINE;L-CARNITINE|
|Melting point:||197-212 °C(lit.)|
|alpha:||-31 º (c=10, H2O)|
|Water Solubility:||2500 g/L (20 ºC)|
L-carnitine has a similar chemical structure with choline. Although with similar structure as amino acids, but it is not an amino acid because it is not involved in the biosynthesis of proteins. Since L-carnitine can be de novo synthesized by human and most kinds of animals to meet the physical demands, so it is not a vitamin in the true sense, but just a vitamin-like substance.
L-carnitine is easily soluble in water with dietary carnitine being able to be completely absorbed by the body. The known in vivo absorption position of L-carnitine is the small intestine, but the exact absorption mechanism by which carnitine (free or esterified) penetrating through the intestine mucosa as well as exact site of intestinal absorption are unclear. Beside the intake of exogenous L-carnitine from food, humans can also de novo synthesize
endogenous carnitine themselves.
Liver and kidneys are the main organs of synthesizing carnitine biosynthesis, starting from lysine via ε- trimethyl -β-hydroxy-lysine, and generate γ-butyl betaine through aldolase and aldehyde oxidase, finally be converted to L-carnitine through hydroxylase. In addition to lysine, the L-carnitine biosynthesis in vivo also requires methionine and vitamin C, niacin and vitamin B6.
Anatomy of rats has found that the highest concentration of carnitine is found in the adrenal glands, heart, bone, muscle, followed by adipose tissue and the liver, wherein the concentration in kidney and brain is 40 times as high as that in the blood.
Owing to the different measurement method as well as the difference in experimental subject, the concentrations of carnitine in the body also varies with great fluctuation. Biological measurement has found that human plasma carnitine content is between 0.86 ~ 2.87mg/100mL. Method of Enzymology has found that muscle carnitine content is between 0.457 ~ 2.479μg/g (dry basis). Absorbed carnitine by the human body metabolism is excreted through urine in the form of the free carnitine.
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