What is hyaluronic acid?
It is naturally an important component in the human
body, especially in the extracellular matrix of
connective, nerve and epithelial tissues, and also in
skin, cartilage, joint (synovial) and eye fluids.
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is one of the simplest members of a
polysaccharide family, endogenous, chemically containing
N-acetyl-D-glucosamine and D-glucuronic acid, and a
It shows rheological properties with an average
molecular weight ranging from 0.1 - 10000 kDa, high
molecular weight, water-soluble and a stable chain
structure that does not linearly branch. Due to its
viscoelastic structure, it has much higher water holding
than other polymers. It neutralizes the pressure force
in the body with water and ensures that the tissues are
resistant to pressure. It has important functions such
as signal transmission, nutrient carrier and substance
passage through the matrix structure of the tissue.
Moreover, it plays an important role in cell
proliferation and spreading and increasing collagen
synthesis. The amount of Hyaluronic acid in the body
decreases with age, and this causes wrinkles on the
skin. It directly affects the elasticity of the skin and
the function of the joints. HA's unique rheological
properties, biocompatibility and biodegradability are
widely preferred in many biomedical, pharmaceutical and
cosmetic applications such as medical implants and drug
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