D-Glucosamines is a compound in which one of the hydroxyl groups of glucose is replaced by an amino group. D-Glucosamines is an important precursor in protein or lipid glycosylation reactions. The D-Glucosamines derivative N-acetyl-Glucosamines is the monomer of chitin, which is widely present in the exoskeleton of arthropods and the cell wall of fungi. Another derivative, N-acetylmuramic acid, is a major component of bacterial cell walls. D-Glucosamines is one of the most abundant monosaccharides in nature. Studies have found that D-Glucosamines not only has the activities of treating arthritis, anti-inflammatory, and stimulating the synthesis of proteoglycan, but also can activate NK and LAK cells, and has immunomodulatory effects. In fact, D-Glucosamines is distributed in almost all tissues of the human body, participates in the construction of human tissues and cell membranes, and is an intermediate substance in the synthesis of proteoglycan macromolecules. Due to their physiological activity, these compounds are widely used in medicine and biology, and research in related fields has also received more and more attention.
CD Bioparticles provides D-Glucosamines hydrochloride and D-Glucosamines sulfate with different molecular weights as raw materials for drug development. D-Glucosamines salts have important physiological effects on the human body, such as participating in the detoxification of the liver and kidneys, protecting the liver from inflammation, stimulating the increase of intestinal bifidobacteria in infants and young children, treating rheumatoid arthritis and gastric ulcers, control cell growth, etc. In addition, it is an important raw material for synthesizing antibiotics and anticancer drugs, and is also used in food and food additives.
MW: 215.63 g/mol
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