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Medyczne zastosowania laktoferyny

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Lactoferrin is a secreted protein found in high concentrations in colostrum and milk, less aboundant in saliva, tears, semen and mucus etc. etc., has been attracting the attention of researchers because of the broad spectrum of action. Lactoferrin has an antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, immunomodulatory, antineoplastic activity and many others. The following article describes the results of recent research on medical applications of lactoferrin. This protein is very interesting because of the variety of functions performed in the absence of toxicity, as evidenced by the certificates have GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe).
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Laktoferyna, białko wydzielnicze występujące w dużym stężeniu w siarze i mleku, w mniejszym w ślinie, łzach, nasieniu, śluzie itd., od lat przyciąga uwagę badaczy ze względu na szerokie spektrum działania. Przypisuje się jej działanie antybakteryjne, przeciwgrzybicze, antywirusowe, immunomodulacyjne, przeciwnowotworowe oraz wiele innych. W poniższym artykule opisano wyniki najnowszych badań dotyczących medycznych zastosowań laktoferyny. Białko to jest niezwykle interesujące ze względu na różnorodność pełnionych funkcji przy jednoczesnym braku toksyczności, czego dowodem jest posiadanie certyfikatu GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe).
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