GcMAF and VDTP
GcMAF is a forerunner to VDTP and although proven to be a non-toxic immune modulating protein, it only 'feeds' immune cells known as Macrophages.
The native protein from which GcMAF is extracted is known as Vitamin D Transport Protein (VDTP) and contains the nutrients to 'feed' all of our immune cells and not only Macrophages. This is exactly how our immune system works.
For example in the case of a viral infection we require B-immune cells active and producing anti-bodies that attach themselves to the viruses to prevent further infection. If a cell has become infected with a virus then we need our 'Natural Killer Cells' otherwise known as Lymphocytes or T-Cells.
Protein concentration of unprocessed VDTP preparation has been determined by Bradford assay (IB-16.05.00). After processing, VDTP final solutions were prepared in concentrations: 167 ng/ml; 1,000 ng/mI and 3,334 ng/mI (±10%) in relation to initial concentration...