Glucosamine sulfate sodium salt
Glucosamine sulfate sodium salt has important physiological functions on human bodies, participating in liver and kidney detoxification, playing an role in anti-inflammatory and liver protection, stimulating the growth of bacillus in infants’ intestinal tracts, having favorable curative effects on curing rheumatic inflammation and gastric ulcer, and restraining cell growth. It is the major raw material for compounding antibiotics and anti-cancer drugs. It can also be applied as additives of food, cosmetics, and feed, with very wide application.
Glucosamine sulfate potassium salt
D-glucosamine sulfate potassium salt Properties: white crystal, odor free, slightly sweet, soluble in water, sparing soluble in methyl alcohol, not soluble in organic solvents, such as ethyl alcohol. Application: raw material for making medicines. Have physiological effects on rheumatic arthritis, heart diseases, pneumonias, and fractures. In recent years, we find that it can absorb free radicals, anti aging, lose weight, and adjust endocrine.
Glucosamine (C6H13NO5) is also called as glucosamine, glucamine, or aminoglucose, which is a kind of compound after a hydroxyl of glucose is replaced by amidogen. Glucosamine is an important precursor in protein or fat glycosylation reaction.
Chondroitin sulfate proteoglycans
Proteoglycans or mucoproteins are formed through connecting proteins and polysaccharide in the way of covalence and non covalent bond in connective tissue. Their molecular organization is mainly polysaccharide chains, and the proportion of protein is small. There are several polypeptide chains in a polysaccharide, with above one million molecular weights.
Oversulfated chondroitin sulfate
Oversulfated chondroitin sulfate: Chs is treated with the use of chemical method to prepare ChPs; with control conditions, it can possess proper molecular weight, sulfur content, and several biological activities.