Phosphatidyl serine is a naturally occurring phospholipid nutrient. It is present in all cell membranes but has a higher concentration in the brain, where it plays a role in nerve centre function, nerve transmitter release and synaptic activity.
It also plays a role in nerve cell differentiation, activation and renewal, nerve cell transmitter production and release, ion movements, and the conduction of electrical current all involve membrane-based processes that rely on membrane Phosphatidyl serine. Phosphatidyl serine crosses the blood brain barrier and is a useful tool for the metabolic support of memory, learning and behaviour, particularly in the aging brain.
Phosphatidyl serine plays a role in modulating tumour necrosing factor release, which has been associated in many demyelinating diseases and is also able to reverse the physiological decline of humoral immune response induced by the aging process.
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