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|Molar mass||167.16 g/mol|
165 °C (decomp.)
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Pyridoxal is one of the three natural forms of vitamin B6, along with pyridoxamine and pyridoxine (also called "pyridoxol"). All of these forms are converted in the human body into a single biologically active form, pyridoxal 5-phosphate. All three forms of vitamin B6 are heterocyclic organic compounds. Green plants are a natural source of pyridoxal, and its deficiency in the human body can lead to serious complications such as epilepsy and seizures.
There are generally three pyridoxal-phosphate (PLP) reactions: transamination, alpha elimination, and beta-elimination.
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