Sodium molybdate (molybdenum (VI))

As a component of various enzymes sodium molybdate has a justifiable effect on the metabolism. The trace element is in particular responsible for the formation of uric acid and various processes of the liver. In addition to its importance for the metabolism, the trace element is also attributed to a growth-inhibiting effect in bacteria. As well as on the metabolism, the trace element also acts in the production of the genetic material DNA and RNA.
  • Metabolism
  • Urine
  • Detoxification

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