Mecobalamin is a vitamin B-12 co-enzyme that occurs in blood and cerebrospinal fluid. Mecobalamin is taken by nerve tissues more actively and extensively than other homologues of vitamin B12. Mecbalamine accerelates the synthesis of nucleic acid in bone marrow as well as promotes the maturation and division of erythroblast and haeme synthesis, resulting in an increase in erythrocyte (RBCs) production.
Molecular Structure of Mecobalamin
Mecobalamin also known as Methyl cabolamine. Mecobalamin also known as Methyl cabolamine. It is of Natural origin and belongs to Co-enzyme. It belongs to Vitamins and Peripheral Neuropathies pharmacological group.The Molecular Weight of Mecobalamin is 1344.40.
Mecobalamin is primarily indicated in conditions like Congenital cobalamine malabsorption, Congenital intrinsic factor deficiency, Homocystenemia, Methylmalonylacidurias, Peripheral neuropathy, Pernicious anaemia, Post gastrectomy vit B-12 deficiency, Transcobalamin II deficiency, Vitamin B12 deficiency.