Proxofim Peptide Studies in Cell Aging

Proxofim peptide, also known as FOXO4-DRI peptide, is a unique peptide that has garnered scientific attention due to research studies examining the peptide's impact in mitigating cell senescence. Studies have suggested that the Proxofim peptide may potentially...

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Follistatin-344 Peptide and Cell Proliferation

Follistatin (FST), a naturally occurring glycoprotein, is considered to be present in various tissues. Classified as an autocrine factor,(1) scientists consider that the endogenous protein stimulates the production of a chemical messenger by the cell itself, which...

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Chonluten Peptide and its Potential in Gene Expression

The process of directing the synthesis of a functional gene product, such as a protein or RNA molecule, through the encoded information in a gene is known as gene expression. This process is essential for the proper functioning of cells and organisms. With increasing...

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MOTS-c Peptide and its Potential in Cellular Metabolism

Mitochondria are considered the “powerhouse” of the cell due to their role in delivering cellular functions, including but not limited to cellular metabolism, growth and development, and survival activities. However, with increased age, mitochondrial activities...

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Oxytocin Peptide and Studies in Labor Induction

Oxytocin is a naturally occurring cyclic peptide hormone composed of nine amino acids. It mainly acts as a neurotransmitter in the brain and is secreted by the pituitary gland.(1)  The synthetic form of Oxytocin, called Recombinant Oxytocin, is also a cyclic...

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Overview of Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide-2 (GHRP-2)

What are Growth Hormone Secretagogues? Growth Hormone secretagogues are a group of substances that induce the release of Growth Hormone. These include synthetically developed agonists of Growth Hormone/Ghrelin secretagogue hormone receptors (Ghrelin, GHRP-2, GHRP-6)...

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Research Implications of Melanotan 2 Peptides

Melanotan 2 peptide is a synthetic analog developed to mimic the mechanism of action of alpha-MSH. Melanocyte-stimulating hormone 2 (MSH-2) is similar to MSH-1 in potency, range of receptors, and activity but is considered to posses greater stability, blood-brain...

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