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vitamin C  C  ascorbic acid  L-ascorbic acid  L-ascorbate
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A vitamin found in fresh fruits (especially citrus fruits) and vegetables; prevents scurvy WordNet 3.0
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A vitamin found in fresh fruits (especially citrus fruits) and vegetables; prevents scurvy WordNet 3.0 & Open English WordNet
Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin found in citrus and other fruits and vegetables, also sold as a dietary supplement and as a topical "serum" ingredient to treat melasma and wrinkles on the face. Wikipedia
Essential nutrient, the compound L-ascorbic acid. Wikipedia Disambiguation
Nutrient found in citrus fruits and other foods Wikidata
A key nutrient that the body needs to fight infection, heal wounds, and keep tissues healthy, including the blood vessels, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, bones, muscle, skin, teeth, and gums. OmegaWiki
The L-enantiomer of ascorbic acid, a water-soluble nutrient essential for life, synthesized by most animals and plants but not humans, although used in our bodies for many purposes. It is plentiful in citrous fruits and many vegetables, and a deficiency causes scurvy. Wiktionary
L-enantiomer of ascorbic acid. Wiktionary (translation)
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(R)-3,4-dihydroxy-5-((S)-1,2-dihydroxyethyl)furan-2(5H)-one, (R)-3,4-dihydroxy-5-((S)- 1,2-dihydroxyethyl)furan-2(5H)-one, Adenex, Allercorb, Animal production of vitamin C, Antiscorbic Vitamin, Antiscorbutic Vitamin, Arco-Cee, Ascoltin, Ascor-B.I.D., Ascorb, Ascorbajen, ascorbate, Ascorbate metabolism, ascorbic, ascorbic acid, Ascorbicab, Ascorbicap, Ascorbicin, Ascorbin, Ascorbutina, Ascorin, Ascorteal, Ascorvit, ATC code G01AD03, ATC code S01XA15, ATCvet code QG01AD03, ATCvet code QS01XA15, Biosynthesis of vitamin C, C-Long, C-Quin, C-Vimin, C Vitamin, Cantan, Cantaxin, Catavin C, Ce Lent, Cebicure, Cebion, Cebione, Cecon, Cee-Caps Td, Cee-Vite, Cegiolan, Ceglion, Celaskon, Cemagyl, Cemill, Cenetone, Cenolate, Cereon, Cergona, Cescorbat, Cetamid, Cetane-Caps Tc, Cetane-Caps Td, Cetebe, Cetemican, Cevalin, Cevatine, Cevex, Cevi-Bid, Cevimin, Cevitamic Acid, Cevitamin, Cevitan, Cevitex, Cewin, Ciamin, Cipca, Citriscorb, Colascor, Concemin, Davitamon C, Duoscorb, Evolution of Vitamin C, Evolution of vitamin c, hexuronic, Hicee, Hybrin, IDO-C, Kyselina Askorbova, L-ascorbate, L-ascorbic acid, Laroscorbine, Lemascorb, Liposomal vitamin c, Liqui-Cee, List of foods containing Vitamin C, Meri-C, Natrascorb, Planavit C, Plant production of vitamin C, Production of vitamin C in animals, Production of vitamin C in plants, Proscorbin, Roscorbic, Scorbacid, Scorbu-C, Secorbate, Sodascorbate, Testascorbic, Vicelat, Vicin, Vicomin C, Viforcit, Viscorin, Vit c, Vitace, Vitacee, Vitacimin, Vitacin, Vitamin c, Vitamin C biosynthesis, Vitamin C Foundation, Vitamin C Overdose, VitaminC, Vitamine C, Vitamisin, Vitascorbol, Vitimin C, Xitix