Kalvatin is a new innovative cold-adapted marine enzyme technology derived from deep-sea cod. The enzyme has unique features that make it super-active at about 37°C, which results in it being superior to break down disease-related proteins, counter infections caused by viruses and bacteria, reduce plaque/tartar and promote healing processes.
Kalvatin is based on a cold-adapted trypsin from deep-sea cod. This enzyme has unique properties that make it very effective in counteracting viral and bacterial infections.
Barrier against infection
Together with a hypertonic solution, the enzyme forms a temporary barrier on skin or mucosa to help strengthening the defense against infections. The barrier reduces the ability of viruses and bacteria to attach to cells and cause disease. The enzyme's normal activity level is at 4°C. On contact with body temperature the enzyme becomes superactive and the catalytic activity is increased. The catalytic activity is 40-50 times higher than the corresponding enzyme in mammals.
The enzyme is extracted as a by-product of fish processing and therefore leaves no negative ecological footprint.
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