Choline glycophosphate is a natural phospholipid metabolism intermediates in the human body, exists in cells and throughout the human body, structurally composed of choline, glycerol, phosphoric acid, it is a major form of preservation of choline, is recognized as the source of choline. Because it belongs to endogenous substances, its toxic and side effects are very low. Glycerophosphate choline is absorbed and decomposed into choline and glycerophosphate by enzymes in the body: choline is involved in the biosynthesis of acetylcholine, which is a neurotransmitter; glycerophosphate is the precursor of lecithin, which is involved in the synthesis of lecithin. Major pharmacological actions include protecting the metabolism of choline, ensuring the synthesis of acetylcholine and lecithin in the nerve membranes, improving blood circulation, and improving cognitive and behavioral responses in patients with brain capillary nerve injury. In this field, there are no better new medicine listed or developed.
Auxiliary medicine for digestive system medicine / liver diseases
Category: Digestive System Drugs API