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Where did that paper go?

Anyone remember a research paper about the three different types of B12 that pointed out that all of them had to go through the same process to reach the cells (meaning none of them were really better than the others)? I can't even remember the name of the paper to try to look it up again. I'm hoping someone else here remembers it and help me find a link to it.

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I think I found it. I think it was this one: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articl...


Yes...that's the one I have πŸ˜‰.

It'll be interesting to see if anybody comes up with others πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

And it's heartening to hear of others who also have problems with lost links, mislaid research papers...and oh so many B12 related 'foggy' moments (not that I wish them anybody) πŸ˜€πŸ˜€.

The good news is that you remember you once read it πŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒ.

Enjoy πŸ‘


It's good to read the "bottom line" that, having been on cyanocobamalin for more than 45 years, CNCbl is a more stable and inexpensive form that appears to be best suited for oral supplementation and parenteral treatment as well.


That is a very good paper, if you hadn't misplaced it I probably wouldn't have come across it! Thank you for sharing :D I've had a lot of questions along the lines of this article, will make a good read.

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