TB-500 (Thymosin Beta 4) Research

    Science has long known that TB-500 (Thymosin Beta 4) can promote wound healing, particularly in bone, cartilage, tendons and ligaments. TB-500 has been recently investigated, in animal test subjects, for use in tissue repair. Several of the new animal studies have indicated improved healing of teeth and gum tissue. TB-500 may, in fact, […]

What Is CJC-1295?

    CJC-1295 is an analogue of growth hormone releasing factor (1-29) (GRF (1-29)) to which a moiety known as the Drug Affinity Complex has been attached. It is often abbreviated GRF-DAC or DACTM :GRF. CJC-1295 was created by ConjuChem Biotehcnologies in an effort to improve the plasma half-life of GRF (1-29).   Confusion with […]

Variations of Modified GRF (1-29)

Not all modified GRF (1-29) is the same. In fact, falling under the umbrella of modified GRF (1-29) are at least four different molecular variations of the already modified protein. Knowing the differences between the various preparations of modified GRF (1-29) requires one to look at the amino acid sequence of the peptide in question. […]

Epithalon Biochemistry

Epithalon (a.k.a. epithalone, epitalon) is a peptide hormone originally isolated from the pineal gland of cows. The four-amino-acid protein (Alanine-Glutamate-Asparagine-Glycine) has been found to have profound effects on telomere length, melatonin secretion, and immune system function. Current research into epithalon is investigating its ability to extend life, regulate sleep/wake cycles, and fight cancer.   Telomerase […]

The benefits offered by Thymosin Beta-4

Thymosin Beta-4 is a research peptide that is safe to use and non-addictive, unlike the cortico-compounds and painkillers that might have harmful side effects. It helps in improving muscle tone, repairing tissues, fighting inflammation, recovering from injuries and building muscles as shown in laboratory testing. This peptide is very beneficial for animals as injecting this […]

IGF-1 LR3 Biochemistry and Interactions

IGF-1 LR3 is an analogue of IGF-1. The molecule is longer than IGF-1 by 13 amino acids and has a single amino acid substitution at the 3 position (arginine in for glutamine). These changes make IGF-1 LR3 more potent and provide it with a longer half-life (30 hours versus 15) compared to endogenous IGF-1. IGF-1 […]