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Zinc L-carnosine, often simply called zinc carnosine, and also known as polaprezinc, is a mucosal protective chelate compound of zinc and L-carnosine invented by Hamari Chemicals, Ltd. It is a quadridentate 1:1 complex of a polymeric nature. Although it contains 23% zinc and 77% L-carnosine by mass, zinc carnosine is a molecule and not a mixture of zinc and L-carnosine.   Wikipedia

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ahz-zinc | beta-alanyl-l-histidinato zinc | n-(3-aminopropionyl)-l-histidinato zinc | polaprezinc | z 103 | z-103 | zinc carnosine | zinc l-carnosine | zinc l-carnosine complex | zinc n-(3-aminopropionyl)histidine

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