Phosphatidylserine belongs to the group of phosphoglcerides. It consists of the trivalent alcohol glycerine to which are bound two fatty acid residues and one phosphoric acid residue.
Functions of phosphatidylserine
- Phosphatidylserine is the most important acidic phospholipid in the brain. With a share of 15 % of all phospholipids, it is particularly found in the membranes of the nerve cells where it is a structural lipid.
- Phosphatidyserine can be formed by the human body itself from the amino acid serine.
Information on production technology
- Because of the associated allergy problems, INTERCELL Pharma only processes hypoallergenic phosphatidylserine extracted from sunflowers.
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