|Synonyms||Vitamin K2(35); Menaquinone K7; MK-7, Vitamin MK-7|
|Keywords||Osteoporosis, Vitamin K2, bone mineral density|
|Related products||Vitamin D3, Vitamin K3, Vitamin H|
Specifications of Menaquinone 7
|Product Name||Menaquinone 7|
|CAS Registry Number||2124-57-4|
|Purity||1.3% HPLC or customized|
|Shelf life||2 years|
|Functions||Maintaining bone health, increase bone mineral density, prevent fractures, prevent inflammation|
Description of Menaquinone 7
Menaquinone 7 is a vitamin K2 catalog that has been found in a variety of fermented foods. The same as most of vitamin K2, menaquinone7 is a liposoluble vitamin, a derivative of the naphthoquinone group with the biological activity of chlorophyll, and is one of the important vitamins in the human body. Menaquinone 7 has been identified as the most bioactive cofactor for the carboxylation reaction of Gla-proteins, such as osteocalcin and matrix-Gla protein, which plays a crucial role in building and maintaining overall bone health.
Applications of Menaquinone 7
- Used in health care productions to prevent fractures and increase bone mineral density
- Thijssen, H H., et al., 1994. Vitamin K distribution in rat tissues: dietary phylloquinone is a source of tissue menaquinone-4. The British journal of nutrition. 72(3): 415-25. PMID: 7947656
- Wu, W.-J., Lee, H.-Y., Lee, G.-H., et al. The antiosteoporotic effects of Cheonggukjang containing vitamin K2 (menaquinone-7) in ovariectomized rats. J. Med. Food 17(12), 1298-1305 (2014).
- Conly, J M., et al., 1994. The contribution of vitamin K2 (menaquinones) produced by the intestinal microflora to human nutritional requirements for vitamin K. The American journal of gastroenterology. 89(6): 915-23. PMID: 8198105
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