HMDB0000030 (Biotin) HMDB0000182 (L-Lysine) HMDB0000250 (Pyrophosphate) HMDB0000538 (Adenosine triphosphate) HMDB0002111 (Water) HMDB0003134 (Biocytin) HMDB0003405 (D-Lysine) HMDB0004220 (Biotinyl-5'-AMP)
- HMDB0000250 (Pyrophosphate)
- Biotin metabolism
- biotin, (vitamin h, vitamin b7) is an essential nutrient that cannot be synthesized in humans. the best natural sources of biotin in human nutrition are liver, legumes, soybeans, swiss chard, tomatoes, romaine lettuce, carrots, almonds, eggs, onions, cabbage, cucumber, cauliflower, goat's milk, cow's milk, raspberries, strawberries, halibut, oats, and walnuts.
- Parent Term
- Biochemical pathway
- Parent Definition
- A linked series of chemical reactions that occur in a defined order within or between organism cells, and lead to a known function or end product.
- Other Metabolites Mapped to 'Biotin metabolism'