Lysozyme

Lysozyme: Overview

Lysozyme is a mucolytic enzyme with natural antibiotic properties.  Normally excreted in the tears, nasal mucus, milk, and saliva in most animals, lysozyme is part of the body's first line of defense against bacteria and viruses.

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Source

Lysozyme is usually used in combination with other enzymatic formulations and is an excellent adjunct approach to anti-microbial and anti-fungal protocols.

Function

Lysozyme is an enzyme that degrades the polysaccharide protective coating on the surface of many bacteria and viruses (glycoprotein covering) to allow other enzymes and antibodies to find there appropriate attachment site.

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