A pyridine derivative, C18H11NO3, occurring especially in cereals, yeast, liver, and fish and serving as a coenzyme in amino acid synthesis. Also called vitamin B6.(noun)
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Use "pyridoxine" in a sentence
"Supplements Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine, pyridoxal and pyriodoxamine, is a water-soluble vitamin involved in a wide variety of functions throughout the body."
"The colon is the exception, as it houses a variety of organisms which form vitamins such as pyridoxine, vitamin B-12, biotin, vitamin K and folic acid."
"Kuhn called it adermin (pyridoxine) and this immediately became a new focal point of his research strategy."