Definitions for "Choline"
An organic compound related to vitamins in its activity. It is important in metabolism as a component of the lipids that make up cell membranes. It is also important as a source of chemical raw materials for cells and in transport of fats from the liver. Part of the B vitamin group, which is vital for maintaining a healthy liver.
A B vitamin important for proper function of the nervous system and for preventing fat deposition in the liver.
An essential dietary component found in a wide range of meat and vegetable foods. Choline is a precursor of acetylcholine, a brain compound that is essential for smooth flow of nerve impulses. It has been shown to enhance memory and cut learning time in half.
(L-Alpha Glyceryl Phosohorycholine) A phospholipid-derived substance, which enhances cognition and may enhance hormone secretion. May positively affect some cognition disorders, including Alzheimer's.
Keywords:  neurine, see
See Neurine.
Keywords:  metabolite, solvent
Metabolite Solvent
Keywords:  lesion, stabilization
Lesion Stabilization
Keywords:  substrate
Keywords:  systemic