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Cytochrome c Introduction
- Jul 23, 2018 -

Overview 

This product is the electron transfer body in the process of biological oxidation. The principle of the action is that in the presence of enzymes, the oxidation and reduction of tissue has a rapid enzyme-promoting effect.


Usually exogenous cytochrome c can not enter healthy cells, but in the absence of oxygen, cell membrane permeability increased, cytochrome c may enter the cells and mitochondria, enhance cell oxidation, can improve the use of oxygen. Succinic acid coenzyme A from the three carboxylic acid cycle, with only 104 amino acids in the peptide chain, is present in the body, and there is no need for exogenous supplementation, and the exogenous supplement is very little compared with the body content. 


Cytochrome c is a very important electron transduction in biological oxidation, which is arranged in the respiratory chain with other oxidase in the mitochondrial crest and participates in the cell respiration process.