Customized Supplier for Milk Thistle Extract Malawi
[Latin Name] Silybum marianum G. [Plant Source] The dried seed of Silybum marianum G. [Specifications] Silymarin 80% UV & Silybin+Isosilybin 30% HPLC [Appearance] Light Yellow Powder [Particle size] 80 Mesh [Loss on drying] £ 5.0% [Heavy Metal] £10PPM [Extract solvents] Ethanol [Microbe] Total Aerobic Plate Count: £1000CFU/G Yeast & Mold: £100 CFU/G [Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat. [Shelf life]24 Months [Package] ...
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[Latin Name] Silybum marianum G.
[Plant Source] The dried seed of Silybum marianum G.
[Specifications] Silymarin 80% UV & Silybin+Isosilybin 30% HPLC
[Appearance] Light Yellow Powder
[Particle size] 80 Mesh
[Loss on drying] £ 5.0%
[Heavy Metal] £10PPM
[Extract solvents] Ethanol
[Microbe] Total Aerobic Plate Count: £1000CFU/G
Yeast & Mold: £100 CFU/G
[Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat.
[Shelf life]24 Months
[Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. Net weight:25kgs/drum
[What is Milk Thistle]
Milk Thistle is a unique herb which contains a natural compound called silymarin. Silymarin nourishes the liver like no other nutrient currently known. The liver acts as the body’s filter constantly cleansing to protect you from toxins.
Over time, these toxins can accumulate in the liver. Milk Thistle’s potent antioxidant properties and rejuvenating actions help keep the liver strong & healthy.
1, Toxicology tests showed that:a strong effcets of protecting cell membrane of liver, in Clinical application, Milk Thistle
Extract has good results for the treatment of acute and chronic hepatitis, liver cirrhosis and a variety of toxic liver damage, etc.;
2, Milk Thistle Extract significantly improves the liver function of the patients with symptoms of hepatitis;
3,Clinical applications: for the treatment of acute and chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver poisoning and other diseases.
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Belgian biochemist Christian de Duve (1917-2013) was best known for his work on understanding and categorising subcellular organelles. He won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1974 for his joint discovery of lysosomes, the subcellular organelles that digest macromolecules and deal with ingested bacteria. [Listener: Peter Newmark]
TRANSCRIPT: And so, a year later, another patient with the disease was detected at the University of Brussels and Pierre Baudhuin in our laboratory did a microscopic… electron microscopic examination on the biopsy fragment of the liver of that child because, by that time, we had acquired an electron microscope and Baudhuin and Beaufay were the main experts and so they found that, indeed, the glycogen, or much of the glycogen in this pathological sample, was surrounded by a membrane, was confined within a sac-like particle which, presumably, was a lysosome, and this indeed turned out to be the case. And so, in this way, he discovered the first lysosomal storage disease which he then went on to generalise into a major concept, the concept of an inborn lysosomal disease being that in the cells all kinds of materials – lipids, polysaccharides, you name it, they are there – get into lysosomes, sometimes by endocytosis but most of the time by autophagy. Those materials are then digested in the lysosomes by… 50 or more enzymes are now known… broken down… the products of the breakdown… the breakdown products go through the membrane, are utilised by the cell, and this goes on and on and on. But if one of those enzymes happens to be missing or deficient then among all this material, those molecules that require the missing enzyme to be broken down, would accumulate. And so, depending on the nature of the missing enzyme, you would have a different kind of chemical material accumulating, always in the lysosomes. Now, that was a tremendously fruitful concept – it was a paper published in Gastroenterology in 1965 –and it has a major impact on the whole field because, for a number of… many years the whole category of diseases was known; they were called storage diseases, they were genetic diseases – in French they were called thesaurismoses… thesaurismosis, essentially due to their abnormal storage of materials within cells, and those could be mucopolysaccharides of one form or another… in Hurler or Hunter Disease, could be lipids of one form or another; or another, glucocerebrosides, glycolipids, in Gaucher’s Disease, in Fabry’s Disease; sphingomyelin in Niemann-Pick Disease. I mean, these diseases all have the names of the physicians who described them but there was a whole mysterious chapter of pathology and literally, from one day to the other, the whole thing was clarified. Of course it needed many investigations by a number of really very good biochemists, mostly in the United States, to actually identify the missing enzyme and… clarifying the whole field. So that was a major… a major contribution which interestingly was made through the lysosome field by the only one in my group who had actually decided he didn’t want to have anything to do with them, but that’s life.