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COLLAGEN STRUCTURE

To date, 25 distinct collagen "a" chains have been identified and each is encoded by a different gene. Combinations of these genes are expressed in different tissues. In principle, more than 10,000 types of triple-stranded collagen molecules could be assembled in the body from various combinations of the 25 but only 15 types of collagen molecules have been identified. The main type of collagen in connective tissues is Type I, II, III, V, and IX. Type I is the principle collagen of skin and bone and, by far, the most abundant in the body (representing 90 per cent of body collagen). Type II is found in the cartilage. Type III is found in skin, blood vessels and internal organs. Type V is found in bone, skin, tendons, ligaments, and cornea. Types IV and VIII are network-forming collagens which polymerize to form the sheet-like network basal lammae and anchoring fibril beneath stratified squamous epithelia (epithelium –coherent cell sheets formed from one or more layers of cells covering an external surface or lining a cavity).

The tissues of the body are not made solely of cells. A substantial part of the tissue volume is extracellular space that is filled with an intricate network of macromolecules that constitute the extracellular matrix. The matrix is composed of a variety of versatile proteins and polysaccharides that are secreted locally and assembled into an organized network in close association with the cells that produce them. In connective tissue, the matrix is generally more plentiful than the cells it surrounds and it determines the tissues physical properties. Variations in the amounts of the different types of matrix macromolecules give rise to an amazing diversity of forms. For example, the matrix can become calcified to become the rock-hard structures of our teeth and bones, or it can form the transparent matrix of our cornea, or it can adapt the rope-like helix organization that give tendons their enormous tensile strength. At the interface of the epithelium and connective tissue, the matrix forms a basal lamina, a tough but thin mat that plays a vital roll in controlling cell behavior. Until very recently, the extra-cellular matrix was thought to be relatively inactive scaffolding to stabilize the more physical structure of the tissues much like the concrete foundation of a house. Recent research has proven that the matrix plays a very complex and very active role in regulating the behavior of the cells that contact it – i.e. influencing development, migration, proliferation, shape, and function. From the new information, we have learned that the matrix and connective tissue are message carriers and part of the body’s internal communication system similar to the interoffice memo.

 

Liquid collagen is the active key ingredient in this collagen product . It helps the body to restore its collagen base by providing highly absorbable collagen protein that nourishes the body. this collagen product is the most powerful bioavailable collagen supplementation available today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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