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E18 Phycocyanin Powder

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Description
Phycocyanin is a pigment from the light-harvesting phycobiliprotein family, along with allophycocyanin and phycoerythrin. It is an accessory pigment to chlorophyll. All phycobiliproteins are water-soluble and therefore cannot exist within the membrane as do carotenoids, but aggregate forming clusters that adhere to the membrane called phycobilisomes.

 
Commodity Name Phycocyanin
Raw Material Arthrospira Platensis
Appearance Blue Fine Powder
Phycocyanin  E18.0±5%
Loss on drying <5%
As <2mg/kg
Pb <1mg/kg
Cd <0.2ppm
Hg <0.1ppm
Aerobic Plate Count <1000 cfu/g
Yeast & Mold <100cfu/g
Coliform <10cfu/g
E.Coli Negative
Salmonella Negative

Shelf Life Two years when stored properly

Stored in dry and cool place, keep away from strong light and heat.

Package: Food-Grade plastic bags inside 10kg/Drum or 10kg/Carton

FAQ:
1. MOQ: 1kg
2. Ingredient: Porphyrin chorophyll-protein in Cyanobacteria
3. Character: Blue powder, water soluble, alcohol and lipid insoluble

Phycocyanin is the bluish pigment used by blue-green algae (or cyanobacteria) to photosynthesize.

It accounts for as much as 20% of protein in cyanobacteria, and attaches itself to photosynthesizing membranes.

It act as a nitrogen-storing molecule. There is no metal in phycocyanin, and it is a very stable protein.

Phycocyanin may also act as an antioxidant. It appears to scavenge OH and RO radicals quite well. It may also work

as well as some NSAIDS to treat inflammation, and seems to have positive effects on liver microsomal lipid peroxidation.

Pigment derived from phycocyanin such as C-phycocyanin and Allophycocyanin have fluorescent properties that are

valuable to researchers in immumo assay kits. Phycocyanin is selective about which cells it attaches to making it simple

to track down.

It`s also used as a coloring agent in biological research, and as a natural color in a number of foods and cosmetics

because it is so safe.Function: