SITE LISTINGS :
- Linus Pauling Institute's micronutrient information sheet offering information on the functions, health benefits, adequate intake, dietary sources, disease prevention and treatment, deficiency and overdose symptoms of biotin.
http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/infocenter/vitamins/biotin/ (Added: 15-Apr-2005)
- Learn about the dietary sources of biotin, patiets likely to be biotin deficient, adequate intakes for preventing deficiency symptoms, side effects or interactions.
http://www.vitacost.com/science/hn/Supp/Biotin.htm (Added: 15-Apr-2005)
- Biotin (Vitamin H, B7)
- Biotin (vitamin H, vitamin B7) fact sheet offering details on the functions, health benefits, dosage, sources, deficiency and overdose symptoms of this vitamin.
http://www.vitamins-supplements.org/biotin.php (Added: 15-Apr-2005)
- eMedicine - Biotin Deficiency
- Professional medical advices covering information on biotin deficiency clinical features, causes, diagnosis, medical treatment options, drug therapies, and follow-up cares.
http://www.emedicine.com/ped/topic238.htm (Added: 15-Apr-2005)
- Nutrition Fact Sheet: Biotin
- Consumer's guide to biotin information including the physiologic functions, factor affecting availability, deficiency, toxicity, daily requirements, and dietary food sources.
http://www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/nutrition/factsheets/biotin.html (Added: 15-Apr-2005)
- Risk Assessment: Biotin
- Biotin risk assessment documents, including information on biotin chemistry, natural occurrence, occurrence in food, food supplements and medicines, recommended amounts, analysis of tissue levels and biotin status, non-nutritional benefits, function, deficiency, interactions, absorption and bioavailability, distribution and metabolism, excretion, and toxicity. [PDF]
http://www.food.gov.uk/multimedia/pdfs/evm_biotin.pdf (Added: 15-Apr-2005)
- Vitamin H (Biotin)
- Features information on biotin's medical uses in the treatment of hair and nail problems, cradle cap (seborrheic dermatitis), biotinidase deficiency, type 2 diabetes, peripheral neuropathy, candida infections, high cholesterol. Also provides information on the dietary sources, adequate daily intakes, side effects and interactions.
http://www.umm.edu/altmed/ConsSupplements/VitaminHBiotincs.html (Added: 15-Apr-2005)