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Spirulina Extract Phycocyanobilin Powder

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Product type : Raw Material/Extract
Lead Time: 5 Days
Active Ingredients: Phycocyanobilin
Health Function: Anti oxidant
Supply ability: 10 Metric Ton Months
Payment Type: Credit Card, L/C, Money Gram, Paypal, T/T, Western Union

Additional Information

  • Product Type:
    Raw Material/Extract
  • Active Ingredients:
    Phycocyanobilin
  • Marketed Country:
    China
  • Targeted Country:
    North American/Europen
  • Shelf Life Period:
    24 Months
  • Health Function:
    Anti oxidant
  • Color:
    Blue
  • Supply ability:
    10 Metric Ton Months
  • Lead Time:
    5 Days
  • Nearest Port:
    Shanghai
  • Accepted Delivery Terms:
    FOB, EXW, CFR, CIF, DDP, DDU
  • Accepted Payment Currency:
    USD
  • Accepted Payment Type:
    Credit Card, L/C, Money Gram, Paypal, T/T, Western Union

Details

What's Phycocyanobilin?

Phycocyaninis natural light blue colorant extracted from blue-green algea (Spirulina ).It has good water soluble, alcohol and lipid insoluble. Phycocyanin powder accounts for as much as 20% protein and attaches itself to photosynthesizing membranes, also it`s anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. It`s an accessory pigment to chlorophyll. Phycocyanin is derived from C-phycocyanin and allophycocyanin which have fluoresent properties that are valuable to research in immune assay kits. Phycocyanin Powder is selective about which cells it attaches to, making it simple to track down.

Where does Phycocyanobilin Originate?

Spirulina platensis is rich in phycocyanin and the extracted pigment has been widely used as a naturally occurring blue colorant for food additive purposes. The deep blue color of phycocyanin is due to the open tetrapyrrole chromophore, phycocy-anobilin, which is covalently linked to the apoprotein. Phycocyanobilin has a similar structure as bilirubin, which is known as an effective scavenger for various reactive oxygen species in vivo. Therefore it seemed likely that phycocyanobilin would have antioxidant activity and that there was a possible application for this activity to be used to protect the living cell from oxidative stress.

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