Albumin (알부민)

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Albumins are widely distributed in plant and animal tissues. Albumins normally constitute about 55% of plasma proteins. They adhere chemically to various substances in the blood, e.g., amino acids, and thus play an important role in their transport. Albumins and other proteins in the blood aid significantly in regulating the distribution of water and maintaining proper osmotic pressure in the body.
QualityLab Albumin Gold contains not only the highest quality royal jelly from the Rocky Mountains but also the perfect balance of the amino acids used for growth, maintenance and repair.  

Some of the beneficial aspects of the amino acids found in Albumin Gold includes the following:

Arginine is usually considered essential to children’s diets for the maintenance of normal rates of growth. Arginine is the direct metabolic precursor of urea.
Asparagine is important in the metabolism of toxic ammonia in the body.
Cysteine’s importance is related to the presence of a sulfur-containing thiol group in its side chain. This group participates in the catalytic reactions of certain enzymes. The thiol group of one cysteine residue is capable of combining with the thiol group of another to form a disulfide bridge, either linking two peptide chains together, as in the case of insulin, or causing a single peptide chain to fold back on itself, making a loop. This latter effect on the secondary structure of proteins is evidently of great importance in the proper configuration of both structural proteins and enzymes.
Glutamic acid has an acidic carboxyl group on its side chain, which can serve as both an acceptor and donor of ammonia. Once glutamic acid has coupled with ammonia, it becomes glutamine and can safely transport ammonia to the liver, where the ammonia is eventually converted to urea for excretion by the kidneys.
Glycine, in the free state participates in several important reactions, including the biosynthesis of heme, an important constituent of hemoglobin, and the biosynthesis of serine, purines (constituents of genetic material), and glutathione.

Histidine is an important source of carbon atoms in the synthesis of purines. The imidazole group on the side chain of histidine can act as both an acid and a base. It can both donate and accept protons under certain conditions. It is thought that the side chain of this amino acid acts as a general acid and base because it participates in the catalytic functions of chymotrypsin as well as the catalytic functions of a number of enzymes involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids. Histidine is an essential amino acid for infants and must be supplied in their diet. Isoleucine and leucine are essential amino acids contributing to protein structure.

Lysine is one of several essential amino acids needed in the diet. Lysine deficiency is the reason for diet failure in some parts of the world that employ cereal protein as a sole source of essential amino acids to support growth in children and general well-being in adults. Its side chain has also been implicated in the binding of several coenzymes (pyridoxal phosphate, lipoic acid, and biotin) to enzymes. It also plays an important role in the functioning of histones.

Methionine is one of the several essential amino acids needed in the diet. It is an important source of dietary sulfur. Methionine reacts with adenosine triphosphate to form S-adenosyl methionine, a potent donor of methyl groups. S-adenosyl methionine is the principal methyl donor in the body and contributes to the synthesis of many important substances, including epinephrine and choline.

Phenylalanine is one of several essential amino acids needed in the diet. Phenylalanine contributes to the structure of proteins.
Proline is significant because its peculiar structure leads to sharp bends, thus figuring prominently in the determination of the protein’s shape. Proline and its derivate hydroxyproline, make up some 21% of the amino-acid residues found in collagen, the fibrous protein of connective tissue.
Serine is important in metabolism because it participates in the biosynthesis of purines and pyrimidines, cysteine, tryptophan (in bacteria), and a large number of other metabolites. It is in the active sites of chymotrypsin, trypsin, and many other enzymes.

Threonine and tryptophan is two of several essential amino acids needed in the diet. Nicotinic acid (niacin), a vitamin of the B complex, can be made from tryptophan. A deficiency of tryptophan enhances the progress of pellagra.

Tyrosine is a precursor of the adrenal hormones epinephrine and norepinephrine as well as of the thyroid hormones, including thyroxine. Melanin, the skin and hair pigment, is also derived from it.

Valine is one of several essential amino acids and contributes to the structure of proteins.   

알부민의 역할

알부민은 생체세포나 체액 중에 넓게 분포되어 있는 단순 단백질로, 글로불린과 함께 세포의 기초물질을 구성한다고 알려져 왔다.알부민은 혈장 교질 삼투압을 조율, 독성물질의 중화 및 운반, 단백질과 단백질 저장소의 기능을 하는 것이 바로 알부민이다.알부민이 부족할 경우에는 이러한 기능들이 충족되지 못하여 노폐물이 몸안에서 제거되지 않아서 부종 등의 현상이 생길 수 있다. 알부민은 간에서생성되며, 알부민이 부족하면 간경화, 간염, 간암 등의 간질환을 초래할 수 있다.

또한 신장기능 이상으로 알부민이 빠져나가는 경우와 오랜 투병, 각종 암, 만성 질환에도 효능이 있으며 알부민이 부족하여 간질환이 있는 환자에게 도움이 될수있다.알부민은 단백질 성분으로 신체에 혈액 삼투압조절, 독성물질 중화 운반,등의 기능을 한다.

알부민의 효능

o 간질환

간의 건강을 지켜주는 것이 알부민 효능 이다. 간에서 생성하는 알부민이 부족하게 되면 간질환, 간염, 간암, 간경화등을 일으 킬 수 있다. 혈관 밖으로 체액이 흐르면 혈액량이 줄어 혈압이 떨어지게 되는데 이때 어지럼증과 빈혈이 오게 되어 간경변을 앓고 계시는 사람이라면 주기적으로 알부민을 공급해 주어야 한다.

o 신장질환

신장에 문제가 생기면 인체에서 정상적으로 생성되었던 알부민이 빠져나가게 되는데 이때 신장에 무리가 오게 되는데 이때도 꼭 필요한 것이 알부민이다.

o 만성질환 치료

알부민 효능은 만성질환으로 고생하시는 사람 들에게 좋다. 허약하신 분들에게 좋은 역할을 하지만 건강하신 분들이 복용 할 경우에는 역효과가 나거나 효과가 없을 수 있다.

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1500mg/ 200capsules