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Peer-reviewed Article Reports ProImmune's Immune Formulation 200® Activates the Immune-Support Gene Nrf2.
Date:6/28/2012

(PRWEB) June 28, 2012

ProImmune's Immune Formulation 200® is able to potentiate Glutathione synthesis via the Pleiotropic Paradox, which utilizes the pleiotropic delivery system of the disulfide bond--L-Cystine--to carry L-Cysteine safely to cells,. Upon contact with epithelial cells, the L-Cystine is decoupled by the substrate specific enzyme thioltransferase, allowing L-Cysteine safely into cells to enter into the Glutathione Synthesis chain.

Dr. Albert Crum, a Harvard-trained scientist and CEO of The ProImmune Company, LLC, Rhinebeck (NY) is the inventor of Patent RE42,645E/RE39,734 and its Immune Formulation 200®. University research using Immune Formulation 200® provided by The ProImmune Company, LLC, has demonstrated that this novel Glutathione precursor’s immune support effects are unexpectedly wide-ranging.

The coupling of a thiol-disulfide compound is another safe physiological carrier system for L-Cysteine, because it holds the high oxidizability of L-Cysteine in abeyance ("on hold") until it is delivered to the intracellular milieu.

Metaphorically speaking, the Glutathione pathway of Immune Formulation 200® activates the immune system like a city power grid station which ignites or electrifies a city's lights. The Dietary Supplement Immune Formulation 200® is a strong support for the immune system in multiple ways.

Immune Formulation 200® works physiologically, both to raise bodily Glutathione levels and to activate Nrf2, while offering an inherently natural sweet taste without carbohydrates. Immune Formulation 200® (“F1”), a dietary supplement, is the patented precursor for the intracellular synthesis of Glutathione.

Specifically, research on Immune Formulation 200® provided by The ProImmune Company, L.L.C., has been conducted over several years by a team at Drew University of Medicine & Science, Los Angeles (CA). Other universities
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