Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin commonly known as pyridoxine.
Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin also known as cobalamin.
The molecular formula of vitamin B6 is C₈H₁₁NO₃.
The molecular formula of vitamin B12 is C63H88CoN14O14P.
Chicken, beef, fish, sweet potatoes and bananas are sources of vitamin B6.
Clams, liver, dairy products, fish and meat are sources of vitamin B12.
Vitamin B6 is beneficial in making hemoglobin and regulating blood pressure.
Vitamin B12 is helpful in nervous system and cardiovascular system function.
Microcytic anemia and chapped lips indicate vitamin B6 deficiency.
Megaloblastic anemia refers to a deficiency of vitamin B12.
Vitamin B6 is an essential factor in RBC metabolism and efficient functioning of the immune and nervous systems.
Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin. which is found in bound form in animal products.
Both vitamins are effective in reducing homo-cysteine levels in the blood.