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    N-acetylneuraminic Acid
    SA, short for sialic acids, is a class of derivatives of nine-carbon monosaccharide and the generic name of a group of chemical compounds. N-acetylneuraminic acid, NANA for short, is the most common form of sialic acid. NANA is found in various biological tissues mainly in the form of cell membrane glycoprotein and glycolipid and is most concentrated in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and colostrum. It is also widely found in nature, especially in edible bird’s nest, milk and eggs. Studies have shown that NANA has a variety of biological functions, for example neurotransmission, brain development promotion, whitening cosmetics, probiotic growth promotion, tumor control, virus control and AD treatment, etc. 
    CABIO Sialic Acid
    The chemical name of sialic acid (commonly known as bird's nest acid) is N-acetylneuraminic acid. It is one of the components of human milk oligosaccharides in breast milk, and it is also the characteristic functional component of traditional high-end tonic food - bird's nest.

    Jointly developed by Wuhan Zhongke Optics Valley Green Biotechnology Co., Ltd. - a substantially owned subsidiary of CABIO - and the Chinese Academy of Sciences, CABIO’s bird's nest acid is a safe and high-quality new raw material for food as it is produced with fermentation technology. As an emerging functional ingredient, bird's nest acid has good application prospects in the fields of infant formula food, healthy food, high nutrition food and cosmetics.