Membrane Transport of Protein

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Membrane-Transport-of-ProteinNubirth is 100 percent soluble in water, it is a small molecule with both a negative and positive end. It can cross the blood brain barrier easily and help bring extracellular water and thus oxygen to the brain and other organs . Thus it means that Nubirth fulfills all the basic rules of pharmaceutical transport , made famous by a Dr. Lepinski.

Now with nubirths unique 3 ring system plus magnesium chelation ion, Nubirth can easily absorb other molecules in it’s ring structure, molecules like other pharmaceuticals and over the counter drugs. Thus acting as a carrier molecule . Nubirth because of its unique negative charged end and positive charged end can influence cellular carrier proteins, also called chaperone proteins to express themselves more frequently, such as the vitamin c chaperone protein and glucose chaperone proteins.