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Coenzyme Q10 and Nobel Prize

Apr 20, 2022

Coenzyme Q10 was discovered in 1957. In 1958, Dr.Frederick Crane of the University of Texas, the father of CoQ10 research, identified its chemical structure and won the highest honor of the American Chemical Society - Priestly Medal. In real life, he insisted on taking CoQ10 for more than 40 years until he died at the age of 91. it also makes him recognized as one of the most energetic professors.

However, it was not until 1978 that Dr. Mitchell of the University of Edinburgh discovered the exact effect of coenzyme Q10, he won the Nobel prize that year. This honor establishes the position of co-q10 in health products and cosmetics!

Dr.Frederick Crane

Coenzyme Q10

What is coenzyme Q10? 

CoQ10 is one of the greatest discoveries in heart and brain health care, it is present in every cell in the human body, The main role is to drive human cells to produce energy, especially to strengthen heart function, and relieve hypoxia, the So-called "source of heart viability "!

CoQ10 is indispensable for cellular metabolism and helps cells scavenge free radicals, protect against oxidation, and multiply cell viability. co-q10 is currently combined with A-acid, hyaluronic acid (bohuric acid), and collagen to name the "4 major " cosmetic ingredients!

Coenzyme Q10 is a lipid antioxidant! a free radical scavenger and a membrane stabilizer! an activator of cellular metabolism! Nutrients that can activate human cells and cell energy, delay aging and enhance the viability of the human body, improve the immunity of the organism!

——Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences January 2016 Volume 51 number 2


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