D,L-Carnitine-d3 Chloride is the isotope labelled analog of D,L-Carnitine Chloride (C184100); a vitamin (enzyme cofactor). It is an essential cofactor of fatty acid metabolism and is required for the transport of fatty acids through the inner mitochondrial membrane. Synthetized primarily in the liver and kidney with the highest concentrations found in heart and skeletal muscle. Dietary sources include red meat, dairy products, beans, avocado.
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