Methylmalonic acid (MMA) is a compound that reacts with vitamin B-12 to produce coenzyme A (CoA). Coenzyme A is essential to normal cellular function. When vitamin B-12 deficiencies occur, methylmalonic acid levels increase.
uMMA is Especially Useful When Blood B12 Levels are in the Low Normal Range
The Role of Antibodies in Giving Spuriously High B12 Measurements
Prenatal Choline Improves Cognitive Attention in Young School Children
Superior Sustained Attention in Children of Mothers Taking 2X the Recommended AI for Choline