|Packing||25kg/drum or customized|
|Shelf life||36 months|
Protect the retina
Taurine accounts for 50% of the total free amino acids in the retina.
Animal experiments have shown that the electroretinogram of cats lacking taurine shows extensive degeneration of
rod cells and cone cells.
Taurine has the effect of enhancing cardiac contractility. It can counteract the arrhythmia caused by foxglove,
which may be related to the effect of taurine on membrane permeability and ion flux, and maintaining intracellular
calcium ion concentration.
Taurine also has the effect of improving myocardial tolerance to hypoxia.
Taurine has the ability to protect many cells, especially blood cells, from oxidative and free radical damage.
Promote immune function
Taurine has the function of increasing cellular immune phagocytosis and promoting the production of immunoglobulin.