An Effective Therapeutic Alternative


An Effective Therapeutic Alternative

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In cellular biology, immunity is your ability of multicellular organisms, such as yeast, to effectively resist harmful microorganisms. Imune’s enhanced immune sera enhances your innate capacity to successfully fight off disease. Imune’s enhanced immune sera includes both specific and nonspellent components. The nonspellent elements function as prevention or elimination of a wide array of common pathogens regardless of their antigenic make up.

The specific components of Imune include neutrophils and interferon gamma, which are designed to attack specific pathogens and cause severe health problems. Neutrophils are white blood cells that engulf infectious agents and destroy them by producing substances such as cytokines, nitric oxide, and superoxide dismutase. Interferon gamma triggers the innate immunity response by recruiting cells such as T lymphocytes and macrophages. The neutrophils also destroy infection-causing bacteria by producing specific agents such as inhibitors of enzymes such as methionine and glycogen polymerization, liposomes, and cholesterol exocytosis. Lastly, interferon gamma activates cells that cause inflammation and swelling of infected tissue.

To understand how Imune works, it’s important to understand what peptides are. Peptides can be classified in two general categories. One type of peptide is generally recognized as beingstatistically significant amino acid. The other type of peptide is generally not recognized as being statistically significant amino acid.

The statistical significance of an amino acid is determined by a mathematical process called the t-test or the standard deviation method. With this method, a sample is divided into two groups: the control samples and the disease samples. The t-test can be performed on both the control samples and disease samples at equal time intervals. The deviation from the mean results in an overall value of one (0) or zero (true) for each sample. This test is a non-parametric measurement and is therefore less reliable than the geometric mean test.

Imune is based on the PCR method and has recently been validated in a number of published manuscripts. Using PCR technology, we have identified and isolated novel cysteine rich domains that specifically stimulate an innate immune response and induce inflammatory responses in a wide range of non-allergic human cell types. These cysteine rich domains are unique among known microbial enhancers and are believed to function via intracellular mechanisms. Based on these and other recent studies, we believe that Imune may be a highly effective and safe alternative to the currently available cancer drug, Rituximab.