The mucous membrane of the bronchi
Bronchi – system tubular pneumatic branching of the trachea. The inner surface of the bronchi (the mucosa) is constructed from special cells ciliated. On their surface are special processes – cilia, which make continuous oscillatory movement in the direction of the trachea and together with mucus, located on its surface, remove all the harmful particles up into the throat. From the throat mucus vypisyvatsja or quietly eaten. Slime required for transport function, is produced by other cells, which because of their shape are called goblet. In addition to goblet cells, in the formation of bronchial secretions involved peribronchial gland serous and mucous. Serous cells and glands produce a fluid secretion and mucous viscous. Therefore, a bronchial secret is a mixture consisting of a liquid phase – Zola and the viscous phase of the gel. Efficient transport function depends, on the one hand, the activity of the oscillations of cilia, and on the other from the phase relations of the gel-Sol. Mucus not only displays the various particles of the bronchi, but also performs a protective function, preventing damage to the mucous membranes.
The role of the mucous membrane of the bronchi peptides
Optimal functioning of the respiratory system is directly related to the condition of the cells of the bronchial mucosa. Modern scientific knowledge to prove that the health of the body depends on the health of individual cells. Function cells are well, then organs and organ systems work well. In order for cells worked well, they must continuously and in sufficient quantity to supply the necessary nutrients. But this one, in accordance with the latest scientific knowledge, is not enough.
For over 30 years, as scientists, doctors discovered that, for the normal functioning of cells, among other things, necessary and peptides. Peptides are small data molecules, short chains of amino acids, the address coordinates of genes. Peptides are formed in the cells of various tissues of the body during protein metabolism. Their main function is to activate the reading of the genetic information in DNA. Thus they initiate protein synthesis in cells and regulate their proper functioning. Scientists have found that deficiency of peptides in the body resulting in impaired functions in cells, cellular dysfunction, accelerated “wear” fabrics, development of pathological conditions and accelerated aging of the body. At the same time, they many studies have shown that the use of peptides and remove deficiency of peptides in the body not only contributes to the regulation of cell functions but even lost cell function can thus be restored.
For normal functions will require the cells of the mucous membrane of the bronchi, among other things, tissue-specific peptides (peptides of the mucous membrane of the bronchi), which support and regulate their functions. In a small number of these peptides can be ingested with food, but the main part is formed in the cells, namely the cells of the tissue of the mucous membrane of the bronchi.
The cells of the tissue of the mucous membrane of the bronchi produce different types of proteins. Some of them are responsible for the generation of peptides that regulate the cells of the bronchial mucosa. The peptides of the mucous membrane of the bronchi are components of protein molecules tissue of the mucous membrane of the bronchi. In the metabolism of proteins (the protein fraction) they are removed. One of the most important tasks of the peptides tissue of the mucous membrane of the bronchi is the activation of the reading of the genetic information of the DNA in the cells of the tissue of the mucous membrane of the bronchi. Thus peptides play a role in “key DNA”. The peptides of the mucous membrane of the bronchi start protein synthesis in the cells of the tissue of the bronchial mucous membrane, regulate metabolism in these cells and regulate their activity. Peptides cause the cell to function as biologically necessary. As a young, healthy body. When the cells of the tissue of the mucous membrane of the bronchi are functioning well, and the mucosa of the bronchi, as the body works well. If the normal function of cells in the tissue of the mucous membrane of the bronchi violations occurred, respectively, and is itself the mucous membrane of the bronchial tubes is bad. This leads to various disorders of the respiratory system. Therefore, adequate availability of peptides tissue of the bronchial mucous membrane in the body is very important.
In the young organism peptides, as a rule, are formed in sufficient quantity and cells of the bronchial mucosa work well. But with age, especially under the influence on the organism of a large number of different negative and stress factors (illness, stress, physical stress, bad and insufficient food, and so on) occurs in the body, as is known, the decrease in protein synthesis. As a result of this peptide to the tissue of the bronchial mucous membrane is formed also less. The more intense is the load, the faster is depleted in the body the level of peptides. The result of this is the lack of regulatory peptides. This leads to disruption of cell function, development of pathological conditions and accelerated wear of the main systems of the body. The more extreme the conditions, in which the mucous membrane of the bronchi, the higher it load and the need for tissue-specific peptides (peptides tissue of the mucous membrane of the bronchi) and the faster arise in cells of the bronchial mucosa errors and failures of their functions, if this requirement is not covered properly. This, in turn, can lead to the loss of some important functions of the cells of the bronchial mucosa and rapid deterioration or aging tissue of the mucous membrane of the bronchi.
In such situations it is useful to purposefully support cells of the mucous membrane of the bronchi. One of the most effective methods for this is the use of peptides tissue of the bronchial mucous membrane of animal origin. In all mammals, the peptides are the same. In numerous studies, scientists have shown that if you take the peptides isolated from the tissue of the bronchial mucosa of animals, for example from calves or pigs, and enter them into the body of another animal or person, they are accepted by the body as its own substance. Peptides have tissue-specific function. That is, they apply only in the tissue from which they were originally allocated. Through the use of the peptides of the bronchial mucous membrane in the body is enriched pool of regulatory peptides produced by cells of the tissue of the mucous membrane of the bronchi. Thus, the use of peptides of the bronchial mucosa helps to normalize and maintain a physiologically normal levels of peptides in tissue cells of the bronchial mucosa and normalization of their functions to physiologically normal levels. The normalization of the functions of the cells of the mucous membrane of the bronchi leads to normalization of the functions of the tissue of the mucous membrane of the bronchi and consequently dejatelnos systems of the body.
The peptides of the mucous membrane of the bronchi – clinical studies
In a clinical study established the efficacy of the peptides of the bronchial mucosa to restore the functional activity of the bronchus at its violations of various origins, including the effects of extreme environmental factors, after acute and chronic diseases of the respiratory system infectious and non-infectious origin, including chronic bronchitis and bronchitis smokers with bronchial asthma, as well as during aging to maintain the function of the respiratory system. The use of peptides of the mucous membrane of the bronchi causes no side effects, complications or contraindications.
The peptides of the mucous membrane of the bronchi – recommended applications
- chronic bronchitis
- bronchitis of the smoker, smokers cough
- bronchial asthma
- chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- chronic heart failure
- after diseases of the bronchi and lungs of various origins
- iduring aging to maintain the function of the respiratory system
Areas of applications based on the biological effects of the active substances, included in this product based on scientific evidence and practical experience.
The peptides of the bronchial mucosa in preparations
Based on peptides derived from the tissue of the bronchial mucosa of young, healthy animals, are produced as a medication in the form of injectable solutions, tablets or capsules and biologically active food supplements.
The peptides of the bronchial mucosa can contain up to 100 amino acids. But the active portion of the peptide is very small and usually contains up to 4 amino acids, all other regulatory action is not significant. When selecting products with peptides muscles you need to pay attention to the fact that they use the most short peptides. They have less inactive parts and are thus better permeability and regulatory properties. We use only the peptides obtained by the method of the latest patented technology, with a molecular mass of 10 kDa. Preparations on the basis of these peptides have the best values currently in the regulation, and, therefore, also called bioregulators. It is on the basis of such peptides made our products.
Peptides derived from the tissue of the bronchial mucosa of healthy, young animals are used in our biologically active food supplements.
Biologically active food supplements on the basis of peptides isolated from the bronchial mucous membrane is extremely safe to use. Because peptides are endogenous substances (produced in the body) and the cell cannot take more peptides than that given to her by nature, the use of peptides may not result whether to overdose whether to cause any side effects. It should be understood that the peptides have a very soft action which develops only with adequate enrichment (peptide level) of certain peptides in the body. For many years, the peptides had more than 15 million people. In all that time none of this man have not observed any contraindications or other side effects.