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Dear sir, what is use of mecobalamine syrup use ?

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Anonymous 4 Oct 2010

My Dear Sir,

Mecobalamin [Syrup 8.33 mcg/5ml]

Mecobalamin is a vitamin B-12 co-enzyme that occurs in blood and cerebrospinal fluid. Mecobalamin is taken by nerve tissues more actively and extensively than other homologues of vitamin B12. Mecbalamine accerelates the synthesis of nucleic acid in bone marrow as well as promotes the maturation and division of erythroblast and haeme synthesis, resulting in an increase in erythrocyte (RBCs) production.

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