Probes for observation of intestinal post-absorptive kinetics using beta-1,3-1,6 glucan labeled with stable isotope 2H and/or stable isotope 13C – Japan (Patent No. 5360849)
- No. 5360849
- September 13, 2013
Theoretically, β-glucan is absorbed through the intestinal tract and comes into contact with immune cells, but it has been difficult to demonstrate that high molecular weight β-glucan is absorbed through the intestinal tract.
Aureo has succeeded in proving that β-glucan is absorbed into the Peyer’s patented method using a stable isotope microscope, an advanced measuring instrument used for research on the asteroid probe “Hayabusa”.