ATP is the direct source of energy for life activities. Almost all the energy needed by the human body is provided by ATP. In order to facilitate the body's absorption, transportation and elimination, most of the medicinal adenosine triphosphate on the market exists in the form of sodium salt.
In the early days, ATP was mainly extracted from animal muscle tissue, and later it was produced by chemical synthesis and photophosphorylation. In the 1960s, fermentation methods began to be used to synthesize ATP. Since then, ATP has been developed using different free bacterial enzymes and free cells. It is an ATP synthesis method of catalytically active substances; around the 1980s, methods for producing ATP using immobilized enzyme/cell methods began to appear.
China began to produce ATP using spinach leaf photophosphorylation and other methods in the early 1960s, but the cost has always been high. At present, ATP production in the Chinese market is mainly synthesized through the yeast glycolysis pathway. A large amount of waste yeast causes relatively large pollution to the atmosphere, water sources, and soil environment. Gute Biotech uses a new enzymatic technology, using adenosine as a substrate and using multi-stage enzymatic reactions to synthesize ATP, which is easy to purify and greatly reduces pollution.
With the development of enzyme engineering and biochemical technology, the use of ATP as raw material and the use of enzymatic methods to produce pharmaceutical products has reached the scale of industrial application, and the market demand for ATP is increasing day by day.
ATP is currently widely used in clinical medical research, food and other fields. Pure ATP is in the form of white powder and can be dissolved in water. As a medicine that can directly provide energy and improve the patient's metabolism, ATP tablets can be taken orally, and injections can be injected intramuscularly or intravenously.
*Special note - This article is for informational purposes only and cannot replace a doctor's treatment diagnosis and advice. It should not be regarded as a recommendation or proof of efficacy of the medical products involved. If it involves disease diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation, please be sure to go to a professional medical institution to seek professional advice.