Cryptoxanthin

Cryptoxanthin is a natural carotenoid pigment. It has been isolated from a variety of sources including the petals and flowers of plants in the genus Physalis, orange rind, papaya, egg yolk, butter, apples, and bovine blood serum. ==Chemistry== In terms of structure, cryptoxanthin is closely related to β-carotene, with only the addition of a hydr...
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cryptoxanthin

(3R)-b,beta-Caroten-3-ol; beta-caroten-3-ol;carotenoid (specifically, a xanthophyll) yielding 1 mole of vitamin A per mole. Found in many fruits and berries. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cryptoxanthin

cryptoxanthin A substance present in a variety of foods (e.g., eggs and corn) that can be converted to vitamin A by many animal livers.
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cryptoxanthin

Type: Term Pronunciation: krip′tō-zan′thin Definitions: 1. A carotenoid (specifically, a xanthophyll) yielding 1 mol of vitamin A per mole of cryptoxanthin.Found in many fruits and berries.
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