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Nucleodyn / Nucleofill

The unique features of Nucleofill

Nucleofill contains high molecular weight polynucleotide chains, whose biochemical peculiarities make it highly viscoelastic. This also means it is capable of binding a considerable amount of water molecules, which are primarily retained in the hydrophilic groups level of phosphorylated sugars of the individual nucleotides.

Moisturizing effect

The strong moisturizing ability is mainly due to the water retention capabilities of the hydrophilic groups of the phosphorylated sugars of the single nucleotides. An “electrostatic sponge” able to guarantee cellular well-being by conferring deep hydration to tissues.

Free radical scavenger effect

The polymeric macromolecules are able to also play an immediate "scavenger" action against free radicals. This effect of this polynucleotide gel is possible thanks to the chemical structure capable of blocking free radicals in the nitrogenous ring. Moreover, the progressive degradation of polynucleotide molecules by enzymes present in the extracellular environment, free metabolites which, in turn, accentuate the protection activity against free radicals.

Biostimulating effect

The biostimulating effect is given both by the presence of nucleoside structures capable of activating cell membrane receptors, and by metabolites that are produced by the enzymatic attack during the degradation process. A slow and continuous effect.

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