Grape Cell

A large—30–80-µm—variant ‘reticulum cell’ with a small nucleus, condensed chromatin and regular, rounded spaces filled with immunoglobulins separated by wisps of bluish cytoplasm, occasionally seen in the bone marrow of multiple myeloma, and other conditions with increased immunoglobulin production
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10) Utilizing advanced molecular technology, the research team that conducted these studies evaluated possible inhibitory effects of grape cell culture extract and subfractions on human DNA topoisomerase II catalytic activity.
Grape cell culture extracts are rich in flavonoids, among other phytochemicals.
Effects of grape cell culture extracts on human topoisomerase II catalytic activity and characterization of active fractions, J.
Grape Cell Vacuoles: Structure-Function and Solute Transport Across the Tonoplast
In early 2013, BioHarvest's first large-scale commercial product, red grape cell powder (RGC), now referred to as "Vinia," was given the designation of a novel food by the Israeli regulatory agencies, one of only six functional foods so classified in Israel.
The establishment of a Center for Innovative Functional Foods Research to study the underlying biology of bioactive compounds in red grape cell powder and other functional foods and create a data set for all functional foods.
Vinia and other preparations produced using this bioreactor technology contain all the bioactive compounds produced in red grape cells, and it is this combination of botanicals that are responsible for the beneficial effects of Vinia," said Martin Tenniswood, Director, UAlbany Cancer Research Center.
Their flagship product, Vinia, is a revolutionary all-natural Red Grape Cells powder that can be added to existing products and provides the benefits of drinking red wine, without the sugar, calories or alcohol.