Biotin has been used for labeling the swine anti-rabbit IgG antibody and peroxidase.
Biotin also referred to as vitamin H or vitamin B7 is a water-soluble B-vitamin that induces two to three fold increase in guanylate cyclase activity in rat liver, kidney, colon, cerebellum, and heart. It also stimulates the sperm motility and prolongs the survival of cryopreserved human spermatozoa.
Biotin, also called vitamin B7 or vitamin H is a water-soluble B complex vitamin, which contains an uredo ring fused by a tetrahydrothiophene ring. It is found in several foods, like whole grains, nuts, legumes, unpolished rice and egg yolk. The normal gut flora also produces this vitamin.