Hyaluronic acid (hyaluronic acid hyaluronic acid) (hyaluronic acid), HA is a β-3- acetyl glucosamine (GlcNAc) and β-1,4- glucuronide (GlcA) disaccharide repeating units consisting of linear mucopolysaccharides.
HA is widely distributed in nature, extracellular matrix components, mammalian connective tissue, synovial fluid, skin, vitreous body, umbilical cord and comb, whale cartilage, shark skin, seaweed, mollusks contain HA, in prokaryotic cells it exists in the sticky capsule. In humans, skin containing 7-8 g HA, accounting for over 50% of the total, the umbilical cord and synovial fluid HA content is also very rich.
Hyaluronic acid sodium salt for its general merchandise, namely sodium hyaluronate (Sodium Hyaluronate), or called hyaluronic acid.
Sodium Hyaluronate, as an advanced biotechnology product derived from plants, is healthy and safe.
The molecular weight of Sodium Hyaluronate is tens of thousands to millions .
Water solution of Sodium Hyaluronate is of very good moisture retention ability, viscoelastic ability and lubricating property。
Boiling Point:1274.4oC at 760 mmHg
Synonym:Hyaluronic Acid Sodium Salt;
The application of HA in human body
Tissue/Body Fluids Content mg/L-1
Thoracic lymphatic 8.5~18
Amniotic fluid(16weeks) 21.4 ±8.8
Lumbar spinal fluid 0.02~0.32