It is an endogenous molecule, which is found in many organisms and is considered to be highly important for the evolution of species.
For many years, this polysaccharide was produced via extraction processes from tissue of animal origin. More recently, thanks to the research carried out in our laboratories, a bacteria from the Streptococcus equi family was “trained” to produce hyaluronic acid of the high standard of quality required for medical use, via a fermentation process.
STRUCTURAL role of HA
BIOLOGICAL role of HA
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