In one minute: Effective elimination of mucus is essential for respiratory health | PlusVet Animal Health
The respiratory mucus is mostly produced by specialized cells present in the respiratory epithelium called globlet cells. Normal mucus is composed by 97% water, that helps to humidify the incoming air, and 3% solids (proteins including mucins, salts, fats, and residues coming from dead cells).
The mucus is a gel, thanks to the presence of mucins, glycoproteins that create a three-dimensional network inside the liquid. It is soft, elastic, viscous, and sticky, trapping incoming foreign particles and microorganisms.
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