follow url see 2012 saint milion classification essay bungalow design concept ideas for an essay follow url being an american contest essay civil war clothing for men essay go to link global culture essay bullying photo essay rubric freedom determinism essay thesis builder for argumentative how long it takes for cialis to work effects of temperature on essay experiment cialis gnstig kaufen mit rezept occupy wall street essay how to do creative writing click here go to link sample cover letter for education job northwestern mba essays source url ap english language composition essay help efectos por sobredosis de viagra for women mire val a viagra do my popular critical analysis essay on presidential elections malones viagra pro research paper on finance topics ImmuOligo MBG® is a carbohydrate polymer derived from the mycelium of Ganoderma lucidum, built from chains of D-glucose units linked by β-glycosydic linkages. Research has demonstrated that this unique polymer effectively supports wellness and productivity by maintaining a healthy, robust and balanced immune response without over-stimulating it.

ImmuOligo MBG® – Mode of Action 

Beta glucan is known as the biological response modifiers (BRM), which refers to the ability to up-regulate and down-regulate the response of biological systems. The results of clinical research indicate that the presence of beta glucan glucopolysaccharide is linked to the production and activation of macrophages, NK-cells, T-cells, B-cells from the body’s natural defense system. This is accomplished by a cascade of biological reactions triggered by the binding of the beta glucan molecules to the Dectin-1/CR3 receptors presented on cells.

It has been shown that the use of ImmuOligo MBG can help adjusting innate and adaptive defense mechanism, and therefore promote a well-balanced Th1 and Th2 response, suited to the seasonal challenges.


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