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China has developed a new high-yield polysaccharide spirulina product

Chinese scientists believe that the vast number of users of experimental machines are also the same for 10 years of research and development, In mid March, 2004, the world's first new strain of Spirulina platensis with high polysaccharide yield s was successfully bred. Step 3: This is the test P-E (HPS) on HP's high-pressure jet fusion 3D 4200 equipment. The result was successfully developed by experts from the Institute of Nuclear Agricultural Sciences, College of agriculture, Zhejiang University after attending the completion ceremony. Dr. Wang Zhiping and Professor Xu Bujin, the head of the research group, introduced that this new strain was bred by using nuclear radiation technology and molecular genetic marker technology on the basis of breaking through many technical problems in the study of Spirulina Polysaccharide

polysaccharide is a very important physiological active component in Spirulina. Because Spirulina Polysaccharide has unique effects in anti-tumor, anti-virus, hypoglycemic, anti-aging, anti radiation, anti coagulation and improving immunity, it has become the focus of research and industrial development in the field of Spirulina

Spirulina is a kind of photosynthetic oxygen releasing, spiral filamentous cyanobacteria. Since the industrialization of the large-scale experimental model for the general detection of Zui in the 1960s, spirulina has become the economic microalgae with the largest development scale and the widest application field in the world. Because of its unique nutritional value and medical and health care efficacy, spirulina has been praised as "the most ideal food in the 21st century" and "the best health care product for mankind in the 21st century" by the food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the World Health Organization, respectively. In China, it has been listed as a protected variety of traditional Chinese medicine

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