The beta 1,3/1,6 glucan used in research presented is from various sources in varying amounts; none involving or determined by this website.

Check the full research to see sources and amounts used in a specific study. No commercial products are presented herein and no claims are made by this non-commercial website regarding any commercial products containing beta 1,3/1,6 glucan nor endorsement of the presented research studies.

BETA GLUCAN LINKS

Beta Glucan YouTube Videos – Brief 3 minute instructive YouTube Videos on Beta 1,3/1,6 Glucan

Cancer and the Immune System – Cancer Research Institute Illustrated Site – Immunotherapy & Cancer

CDC – Center for Disease Control & Prevention (Tel: 404-639-3311)

Cells Alive! – Incredible Photography of Cells and Other Microbiology Subjects

Cholesterol – The Good, the Bad and the Evil – an IMMUNITION Report including Beta Glucan nutritional attributes

Comparison of Glucans – an IMMUNITION Report on How to Compare Glucan Products

Google Search Engine – One of the best search engine on the web

Health Statistics – The Official CDC Statistics from the Nat’l Center for Health Statistics – Searchable Index

Heart – Incredible Photos plus Tutorial with good links. Click on words of choice when the site comes up

How Stuff Works! – Another must site for the curious seeking to know!

Human Anatomy – Interactive views of the human body with more than 100 illustrations

Immune System-NIAID/NIH – Outstanding Educational Site on the Immune System

Immune System-U of Hartford – Another Informative Site on the Immune Response

MedlinePLus – Medical Dictionaries, Drug Information, Condition Reports and More – National Library of Medicine

Mold and Fungus – an IMMUNITION Report on both External and Internal Mold Problems with Immune Defense Issues

National Center for Biotechnology Information – For those who want to know more!

PubMed – Periodical and Research Articles and Publications Search Site

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office: Research both Issued Patents and Patent Applications

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Note on various Glucan forms: Beta 1,3/1,6-D glucan is a baker’s yeast-derived beta glucan with a Beta 1,6 linkage (4-8%) and the molecule skewed to the right. MG Glucan is a specially processed proprietary form of microparticulate Beta 1,3/1,6 glucan that is uniform homogeneous and non-aggregated purified Beta 1,3-D glucan that does not reaggregate after the digestive process. “PGG-glucan” is poly-[1,6]-B-D-glucopyranosyl-[1-3]-B-D-glucopyranose (b-1,6/1,3-glucan).

“Beta glucans” refers generally, but not always, to Beta- 1,3/1,6-glucan. “Scleroglucan” and “PSAT” are two Beta-1,3/1,6-polysaccharides. Beta glucans are derived primarily from yeast cell wall, various fungi, grains, and mushrooms. Beta 1,4 glucan is derived from oats and barley, minimally effective in immune potentiation and not included in this research summary of forms of Beta 1,3/1,6 glucan. Many beta glucans are marketed under various trademark names that are not unique ingredient formulations.

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The Beta Glucan Research Organization is not a commercial marketing entity and has no products of any kind. References and quotes contained herein are for information, education and research purposes only and should not be construed as express or implied representations, endorsements or warranties of The Beta Glucan Research Organization.

Note on various Glucan forms: No commercial brand names of products are presented or endorsed on this research website. Beta 1,3/1,6-D glucan is a baker’s yeast-derived beta glucan isolate with a Beta 1,6 linkage (4-8%) and the molecule skewed to the right. MG Glucan is a microparticulate Beta 1,3/1,6 glucan that is primarily uniform homogeneous and non-aggregated Beta 1,3-D glucan that does not significantly reaggregate after the digestive process. “PGG-glucan” is poly-[1,6]-B-D-glucopyranosyl-[1-3]-B-D-glucopyranose (b-1,6/1,3-glucan). Intravesical bacillus Calmette-Guerin is abbreviated as BCG.

“Beta glucans” refers generally, but not always, to Beta- 1,3/1,6-glucan. “Scleroglucan” and “PSAT” are two Beta-1,3/1,6-polysaccharides. Beta glucans are derived primarily from yeast cell wall, various fungi, grains, and mushrooms. Beta 1,4 glucan is derived from oats and barley while not included in this research summary of forms of Beta 1,3/1,6 glucan. Many beta glucans are marketed under various trademark names that are not unique ingredient formulations. Letters such as NSC, WGP and others are associated with brand names and are not specific forms of Beta glucan, although the individual products often contain Beta glucan.

The beta 1,3/1,6 glucan used in various research presented is from multiple sources in various amounts; none determined nor controlled by this website. Check the full research to see sources and amounts used in a specific study. PubMed IDs are presented for most research. No commercial products are presented herein and no claims are made by this non-commercial website regarding any commercial products containing beta 1,3/1,6 glucan or endorsement of the research by various entities herein