Choline Glycerophosphate's Brief Introduction And Pharmacological Effects
- Sep 25, 2020-

Brief introduction

Choline phosphoglyceride (GPC), a water-soluble small molecule normally found in human body, is an important precursor of biosynthesis of Acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter. The most important role of GPC lies in its production of Chemicalbook, a water-soluble B vitamin, which plays an important role in the brain and nervous system. Studies have shown that GPC plays an important role in the production of certain hormones and neurotransmitters, such as acetylcholine and human growth hormone, thus supporting the functions of the brain and nervous system.

Pharmacological effects

Choline glyphosate is a naturally occurring intermediate of phospholipid metabolism in the human body, which exists in cells and pervades the human body. Structurally, it is composed of choline, glycerol and phosphoric acid. It is one of the main forms of preservation of choline and is recognized as the source of choline. Because belong to endogenous material, poisonous side effect is very low. After absorption of choline phosphate, Chemicalbook is decomposed into choline and glycerophosphate under the action of enzymes in the body. Choline is involved in the biosynthesis of acetylcholine, one of the neurotransmitter. Glycerophosphate, the precursor of lecithin, is involved in the synthesis of lecithin. The main pharmacological effects include protecting the metabolism of choline, ensuring the synthesis of acetylcholine and lecithin in the nerve membrane and improving blood circulation.

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