Metallothionein (MT) is a family of cysteine-rich proteins localized in the membrane of the Golgi apparatus (an organelle in eukaryotic cells). MT can bind with most physiological and xenobiotic heavy metals and MT plays a role in protecting against metal toxicity and oxidative stress. MT also plays a part in transcription factor regulation, and so defects in MT function may lead to malignant transformation of cells and ultimately cancer. Metallothionein also has a part in controlling oxidative stress, metal storage, transportation, binding, and detoxification.

Source: Metallothionein – Wikipedia

Recommended MT-Promotion Formulation

Glutathione 200.0 mg
Alanine 16.8 mg
Asparagine 5.5 mg
Aspartic Acid 8.5 mg
Glutamic Acid 12.0 mg
Glutamine 4.4 mg
Glycine 11.6 mg
Isoleucine 4.0 mg
Lysine 35.7 mg
Methionine 6.3 mg
Proline 7.0 mg
Serine 27.4 mg
Threonine 8.6 mg
Valine 2.2 mg
Selenium** 200.0 mcg (as selenomethionine)