Hydroxycobalamin is a precursor form of vitamin B12 converted in the body to both methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin. It is similar to cyanocobalamin without the cyanide moiety. Adenosylcobalamin is an activated form similar to methylcobalamin. While methylcobalamin is found in the cytosol of cells and predominates in blood and other fluids, adenosylcobalamin is the major form of vitamin B12 stored in the mitochondria of cellular tissues. It is a key cofactor in carbohydrate metabolism for the enzyme methylmalonyl-CoA mutase used to produce succinyl-CoA. Optimal levels also support healthy synthesis of neuronal myelin.
Nerve Support: Adenosyl/Hydroxy B12 is a vitamin B12 blend formulated for healthy nerve support.
Metabolism And Mitochondrial Support: Adenosyl/Hydroxy B12 supports carbohydrate metabolism for the enzyme methylmalonyl-CoA provides adenosylcobalamin, the major form of B12 store in the mitochondria of cells.
Activated B12: Adenosylcobalamin is an activated form of B12 similar to methylcobalamin, and is the major form of vitamin B12 stored in the mitochondria of cellular tissues.