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what is placenta?

Posted by kate2009flying

Placenta is a kind of cell, which contains special abundant and active substances, it comes from five months embryo of black sheep, which live in Alps, whose elevation is more than 4000 meters. It is purified essence,researchers get it by using the latest biochemical equipment and technology, and then carry on separating and extracting repeatedly by using state-of-the-art centrifugal separation equipment and technology to the extracting active substance, constantly throwing the impurity and the bad protein out of it, finally retain the single substance, this is the embryo viable cell of the sheep.Besides, handling it with PasteurSterilization method, thencompress the sheep embryo andpump it into syringein the sterile environment, so it can be eligible to be named Placenta. Itsmolecular weight is between ten thousand and forty thousand, which can accelerate the division of cell effectively, improve the aging cell regeneration and delay the process of aging.Thirty year’s research results show that only the cell of sheep is the most accepted by human being. And the sheep is herbivore and will not have any danger of infecting other disease. In Swiss,veterinarian’s supervision and the sheep management are all have strict standard. The animal must be absolutely healthy which offer the living cell, one of law show that the sheep must be pure blood, that is to say, it is not permitted that the sheep mate with other hybrids. Before extracting the living cell, the fixed sheep must be segregated from other sheep, carry onserum testconstantly during this period, especially, it is very strict that the testing for the possibility of human transmission of the disease.
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The placenta is an organ that connects the developing fetus to the uterine wall to allow nutrient uptake, waste elimination and gas exchange via the mother's blood supply. Placentas are a defining characteristic of eutherian or "placental" mammals, but are also found in some snakes and lizards with varying levels of development up to mammalian levels [1]. The word placenta comes from the Latin for cake, from Greek plakóenta/plakoúnta, accusative of plakóeis/plakoúsπλακÏ?εις, πλακοÏ?ς, "flat, slab-like", [2] in reference to its round, flat appearance in humans. Protherial (egg-laying) and metatherial (marsupial) mammals produce a choriovitelline placenta that, while connected to the uterine wall, provides nutrients mainly derived from the egg sac. The placenta develops from the same sperm and egg cells that form the fetus, and functions as a fetomaternal organ with two components, the fetal part (Chorion frondosum), and the maternal part (Decidua basalis).

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