Immune function of seaweed polysaccharide
Seaweed polysaccharides mainly come from kelp, deer's tail (hijiki), spirulina, green algae, and other algae. Seaweed polysaccharides mainly include alga gum, alga gum and alga starch. Brown alga gum, brown alga gum and brown alga starch from kelp were white with yellow powder. The purified alginate sodium was white filaments. Alginate is a milky white powder. Both are soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol, acetone, chloroform and other organic solvents.
Seaweed polysaccharide is a kind of natural active material, it has the function of regulating immune function of the body, such as can promote lymphocyte proliferation and differentiation, stimulate the phagocytic function of macrophages, promote the production of cytokines and antibodies and other ways to achieve the regulation of immune system function of the body.