Ascorbic Acid News and Research

RSS
Abscorbic acid commonly known as Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, which is necessary in the body to form collagen in bones, cartilage, muscle, and blood vessels and aids in the absorption of iron. Dietary sources of vitamin C include fruits and vegetables, particularly citrus fruits such as oranges.

Severe deficiency of vitamin C causes scurvy. Although rare, scurvy includes potentially severe consequences, and can cause sudden death. Patients with scurvy are treated with vitamin C and should be under medical supervision.

Many uses for vitamin C have been proposed, but few have been found to be beneficial in scientific studies. In particular, research in asthma, cancer, and diabetes remains inconclusive, and no benefits have been found in the prevention of cataracts or heart disease.
Breakthrough alpha-ray treatment of iodine-refractory thyroid cancer with multiple metastases

Breakthrough alpha-ray treatment of iodine-refractory thyroid cancer with multiple metastases

Lumex Instruments to demonstrate wide range of innovations at Pittcon 2019

Lumex Instruments to demonstrate wide range of innovations at Pittcon 2019

Paper sensors help monitor blood sugar levels without painful needles

Paper sensors help monitor blood sugar levels without painful needles

Vitamin C supplementation for pregnant smokers may reduce harm to infants’ lungs

Vitamin C supplementation for pregnant smokers may reduce harm to infants’ lungs

Chewing gum could be a strategy to help reduce vitamin deficiency

Chewing gum could be a strategy to help reduce vitamin deficiency

Vitamin C consumption may reduce harm to baby's lungs due to smoking during pregnancy

Vitamin C consumption may reduce harm to baby's lungs due to smoking during pregnancy

Fluorescence imaging can track vitamin C in the body

Fluorescence imaging can track vitamin C in the body

New one-two combination of antibiotics and Vitamin C could knock out cancer stem cells

New one-two combination of antibiotics and Vitamin C could knock out cancer stem cells

Vitamin C can be used to target and kill cancer stem cells, research finds

Vitamin C can be used to target and kill cancer stem cells, research finds

Researchers to study effect of watermelon juice in reducing heart disease

Researchers to study effect of watermelon juice in reducing heart disease

Researchers develop plasma QC assay for downstream metabolomics applications

Researchers develop plasma QC assay for downstream metabolomics applications

Breast cancer cells use new signaling pathway to cope with lack of oxygen levels inside tumors

Breast cancer cells use new signaling pathway to cope with lack of oxygen levels inside tumors

Chronic alcohol exposure could negatively impact pancreas' ability to absorb vitamin C

Chronic alcohol exposure could negatively impact pancreas' ability to absorb vitamin C

New portable sensor can measure vitamin C levels in fluids that leak from the eye

New portable sensor can measure vitamin C levels in fluids that leak from the eye

PolyU researchers develop novel biosensor for measuring glucose level in saliva

PolyU researchers develop novel biosensor for measuring glucose level in saliva

RepliCel Life Sciences announces final design specifications for next-generation dermal injector

RepliCel Life Sciences announces final design specifications for next-generation dermal injector

Sweetpotato leaves can provide essential vitamins, study finds

Sweetpotato leaves can provide essential vitamins, study finds

New finding could accelerate research to regenerate damaged tissue

New finding could accelerate research to regenerate damaged tissue

High dose vitamin C therapy may have positive effect on Epstein-Barr virus infection

High dose vitamin C therapy may have positive effect on Epstein-Barr virus infection

Salix Pharmaceuticals' total net product revenue increases 90% to $384.4 million in Q1 2014

Salix Pharmaceuticals' total net product revenue increases 90% to $384.4 million in Q1 2014