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Vitamin B6

Reference Range

Vitamin B6 is a complex of 6 vitamers: pyridoxal, pyridoxol, pyridoxamine, and their 5′-phosphate esters. Vitamin B6 deficiency causes blood, skin, and nerve changes.

The reference range for pyridoxal phosphate (PLP), the biologically active form of vitamin B6, is 5-50 µg/L.

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