Professor Christian Weber and Dr. Maik Drechsler of the Institute for Epidemiology and Prophylaxis of Cardiovascular Disease at LMU, in collaboration with Oliver S-hnlein of LMU and a united team at the Academic INFIRMARY in Amsterdam, have now shown that the receptor molecules CCR1 and CCR5 are crucially mixed up in process by which monocytes are recruited to the vessel wall structure. This process comprises of a sequence of distinct actions, including adhesion of the endothelial cells that form the arterial wall, and their subsequent transmigration into the bloodstream by infiltration between neighboring endothelial cells, pursuing activation of the receptors by binding of their respective ligands.Mike: What happens if someone runs on the more harsh drying procedure, say some other processor chip in the world it doesn’t use Sea Chill drying, what goes on to the spirulina? Gerry: Well, we’ve shown lab tests we have run without our Sea Chill drying and with our Sea Chill drying, and without Ocean Chill drying you can lose just as much as 50 percent to 60 percent of the carotenoid content material, like beta zeaxanthin and carotene, whereas if you are using Ocean Chill drying you merely lose between 5 percent and 10 percent. Mike: Therefore ounce per ounce, when they purchase Sea Chill dried spirulina, they’re getting 45 percent-50 percent more of the beta carotene and various other carotenoids.