030-000-271 Biotin, CAS 58-85-5

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Synonyms D-Biotin, Bios II, Coenzyme R, Vitamin B7, Vitamin H
Keywords Diabetes, skincare, whitening, bald, insomnia,
Related products Vitamin C, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin B12


Specifications of Biotin

Product Name Biotin
CAS Registry Number 58-85-5
Molecular Formula C10H16N2O3S
Molecular Weight 244.31
Purity 99%
Appearance White crystalline needles
Shelf life 2 years
Functions prevent balding

Description of Biotin

Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, vitamin H, and coenzyme R, is a water-soluble B vitamin that widely exists in fruits and vegetables. It is involved in many metabolic processes and controls the utilization of fats, carbohydrates, and amino acids in the human body.

Biotin is essential for the body’s metabolism. It acts as a coenzyme in many metabolic pathways involving fatty acids and essential amino acids as well as in gluconeogenesis (by the non-carbohydrate synthesis of glucose). Some evidence suggests that people with diabetes may be susceptible to biotin deficiency. Therefore, biotin supplementation is also crucial for people with diabetes.

Biotin (vitamin B7) is a vitamin found in foods like eggs, milk, and bananas. Biotin deficiency can cause thinning of the hair and a rash on the face. Biotin is an important part of enzymes in the body that break down substances like fats, carbohydrates, and others.

Applications of Biotin

  • Ingredient of nutraceuticals
  • Cosmetics and personal care products
  • Food additives
  • Laboratory research


  1. Wolf B, Grier RE, Secor McVoy JR, Heard GS (1985). “Biotinidase deficiency: a novel vitamin recycling defect”. Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease. 8 (Suppl 1): 53–8.
  2. Gyorgy P (December 1939). “The Curative Factor (vitamin H) for Egg White Injury, with Particular Reference to Its Presence in Different Foodstuffs and in Yeast”. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 131: 733–44.
  3. Marquet A, Bui BT, Florentin D (2001). “Biosynthesis of biotin and lipoic acid”. Vitamins and Hormones. Vitamins & Hormones. 61: 51–101.
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by Jill Frederick on Biotin

Six months of hair growth!