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Menaquinone vs. Menatetrenone — What's the Difference?

Menaquinone vs. Menatetrenone — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Menaquinone and Menatetrenone

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Menaquinone

See vitamin K2.
Feb 08, 2022

Menatetrenone

Menatetrenone (INN), also known as MK-4, is one of the nine forms of vitamin K2. MK-4 is produced via conversion of vitamin K1 in the body, in the testes, pancreas and arterial walls.
Feb 08, 2022

Menaquinone

A pale yellow crystalline naphthoquinone C41H56O2 that is obtained especially from putrefied fish meal and produced by bacteria in the large intestine and essential for the blood-clotting process. It is much more unsaturated than vitamin K1 and slightly less active biologically, and is an isoprenoid derivative of menadione.
Feb 08, 2022

Menatetrenone

(organic compound) menaquinone.
Feb 08, 2022

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