POSTBIOTICS are immunomodulatory molecules produced by bacterial fermentation.
POSTBIOTICS can be used to treat or prevent inflammatory disease, to satisfy unmet medical needs and to improve quality of life.
Most of bacterial immunomodulatory activities are associated to their POSTBIOTICS.
Millions of bacteria colonize the human body and live in symbiosis with it: they form the “Microbiota”.
Microbiota can train the human immune system to fight pathogens.
Disequilibrium of a healthy Microbiota can lead to several inflammatory pathologies.
Microbiota can modulate and preserve host immune response through the production of active molecules called POSTBIOTICS.
Specifically, POSTBIOTICS are composed by a mixture of molecules from monoclonal bacterial fermentation.