D-Biotin CAS NO.58-85-5

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D-Biotin CAS NO.58-85-5

D-Biotin application

D-Biotin CAS NO.58-85-5

D-Biotin is an essential coenzyme in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. When animals are deficient in biotin, it often leads to a decline in performance and even dermatitis and leg injuries, so it is necessary to add this product to the feed in a timely manner.

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    CAS NO. 58-85-5
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    White crystalline powder or elongated needles
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D-biotin is one of the eight forms of the water-soluble vitamin, biotin, also known as vitamin B7, which is a coenzyme - or co-enzyme - used in many metabolic reactions in the body.D-biotin is involved in lipid and protein metabolism, and helps to convert food into glucose, which the body can use for energy. It is also important for maintaining skin, hair and mucous membranes.






White to off-white free-flowing powder


A.Infrared spectroscopy
B.  It meets their requirements in Specific tests of Optical Rotation, Specific Rotation
C.The retention time of the major peak of the Sample solution corresponds to that of the Standard solution, as obtained in the Assay



Loss on Drying


Sieve Analysis

≥95%Through Sieve No.80 (US)

Heavy Metal








Total Plate Count


Mould &Yeast





Negative (In 25g)



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Biotin functions as an indispensable coenzyme in the metabolic pathways of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. It plays a crucial role in facilitating the interconversion between carbohydrates and proteins, as well as the conversion of proteins and carbohydrates into fats. Additionally, it acts as a vital coenzyme for carboxylases by transferring carboxyl groups and fixing carbon dioxide. Moreover, biotin serves as a cofactor for numerous enzymes and acts as a carrier for carboxylation reactions involving carbon dioxide fixation and decarboxylation during carbohydrate metabolism. In animals, biotin participates in essential metabolic processes related to sugars, proteins, and fats through its involvement with coenzymes. Furthermore, biotin is necessary for maintaining proper development of animal skin, hair, hooves, reproduction system functionality, nervous system health; it also enhances feed utilization efficiency and promotes weight gain. Insufficient levels of biotin can result in slow growth rate,reproductive impairments,and various dermatological issues such as dermatitis,hair loss,and skin keratinization.In pigs,it commonly manifests itself through skin ulcers,inflammation of oral mucosa,digestive disorders,muscle cramps,and bleeding on hoof soles.Biotin is primarily used adjunctively to address lesions caused by vitamin H deficiency or malnutrition.The human body requires approximately 100 to 300 micrograms of biotin per day. Raw egg white contains an anti-biotin protein that binds with biotin, rendering it unabsorbable by the digestive tract. This can result in biotin deficiency in animals, leading to symptoms such as decreased appetite, inflammation of ligaments, dandruffy dermatitis, and hair loss. Biotin serves as a coenzyme for numerous enzymes involved in fatty acid and carbohydrate metabolism, facilitates protein synthesis, participates in the metabolism of vitamin B12, folic acid, and pantothenic acid; and promotes urea synthesis and excretion.



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