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Melanotan 2 Peptide – How Does it Work?

Melanotan 2 Peptide – How Does it Work?

Melanotan 2 Peptide Melanotan 2 peptide is a synthetic analog of alpha-MSH. MSH 2 is similar to MSH 1 in terms of potency, range of receptors, and effect but possesses greater in vivo stability, blood-brain permeability, and longer half-life. The melanocortin system...

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GHRPs & CJC-1295: Promotion of Longevity With GHRP Therapy

GHRPs & CJC-1295: Promotion of Longevity With GHRP Therapy

This review summarizes how GHRPs and CJC-1295 can be used synergistically in growth hormone replacement, as seen in research using animal models. The growth hormone is one of the important hormones in the body. It stimulates chondrocytes (cartilage cells) to increase,...

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Peptide Splicing: Why MGF is the Way Forward?

Peptide Splicing: Why MGF is the Way Forward?

Why the Need for Innovation? The world of peptides is constantly evolving and innovating. Newer and better variants keep coming out, and even the old ones have room for improvement. But the question is, why would we want to fix something that is not even broken. The...

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What is Sermorelin?

What is Sermorelin?

Sermorelin is an analog of growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) and was recently developed to help maintain some of the positive effects of natural GHRH while avoiding unwanted effects. Sermorelin (Geref) is currently used clinically to assess growth hormone...

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What is the Difference Between TB-500 and BPC-157?

What is the Difference Between TB-500 and BPC-157?

From a healing and recovery perspective, both TB-500 and BPC-157 have highly beneficial effects in animals. Each peptide promotes improved recovery from injury to bones, joints, muscles, and connective tissue. At the same time, they also provide a protective effect...

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Hexarelin vs GHRP-6

Hexarelin vs GHRP-6

Growth hormone-releasing peptides are synthetic stretches of amino acids that stimulate the release of growth hormones in animal test subjects. Scientists are yet to understand their mode of operations. They have been conjectured to induce a possible dual-site of...

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Melanotan 1 VS Melanotan 2

Melanotan 1 VS Melanotan 2

What is Melanotan? Melanotan is a synthetic peptide synthesized to mimic the action of melanocortins. These melanocortins include melanocyte-stimulating hormone (MSH), alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone (α-MSH), and adrenal-cortical-stimulating hormone (ACTH). MSH...

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The Cardiovascular Action of Hexarelin

The Cardiovascular Action of Hexarelin

Hexarelin, a synthetic growth hormone-releasing peptide, binds to and triggers the growth hormone secretagogue receptor (GHSR) in the brain like its natural analog ghrelin. However, the peripheral distribution of GHSR in the heart and blood vessels suggests that...

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Epithalon and Skin Rejuvenation

Epithalon and Skin Rejuvenation

Skin rejuvenation is often associated with wrinkles and lines, but it is much deeper than wrinkles. Skin becomes more fragile and thus more prone to damage as it ages. Damage to the skin affects its protective barrier function and can also increase the risk of...

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