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Pantothensäure

Part of the Handbuch der Physiologisch- und Pathologisch-Chemischen Analyse book series (HOPPE-SEYLER, volume 4)

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Der Name „Pantothensäure“ wurde von Williams 16 geprägt und von dem griechischen Wort „pantothen“ = „von überall her“ abgeleitet. Er hatte zuerst erkannt, daß das Wachstum gewisser Hefen durch eine saure Substanz spezifisch gefördert wird, die weit verbreitet in den allerverschiedensten pflanzlichen und tierischen Zellen und Geweben vorkommt Daraus schon ergibt sich.. daß Pantothensäure eine grundlegende biologische Bedeutung hat.

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