What Is GHRP-6?
GHRP-6 is an effective stimulator of natural Growth Hormone Release from the anterior pituitary. GHRP-6 is also a ghrelin/growth hormone receptor agonist and one of a handful of ghrelin analogues developed in the last several decades. It has been found to have positive effects on heart muscle cells, memory formation, scar formation, sex motivation, and the neurons involved in Parkinson’s disease. GHRP-6 is orally and sublingually active and moderately to highly selective.
Molecular Formula: C46H56N12O6
Molecular Weight: 873.032 g/mol
PubChem CID: 9919153
CAS Number: 87616-84-0
Molecular formula: C38H49N9O5
Molar Mass: 711.85296
CAS number: 170851-70-4
PubChem: CID 20754357
Synonyms: Ipamorelin Acetate, IPAM, NNC-26-0161
Pegylated Mechano-growth factor (PEG-MGF) is a truncated and slightly altered form of insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1). Research shows that it stimulates myoblast (muscle cell) proliferation and differentiation. It has also been explored in research focused on increasing endurance, boosting the function of the immune system, lowering cholesterol, and reducing total body fat. There is also some evidence to suggest that PEG-MGF improves immune function related to healing and could therefore less the time it takes for wounds to heal.
Molecular Formula: C121H200N42O39
PubChem SID: 178101669
Synonyms: Pegylated MGF, PEG IGF-1 Ec, PEG myotrophin
MGF (Mechano-Growth Factor) Overview
MGF is a splice variant of insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1). MGF is therefore a naturally occurring peptide, though it can be produced synthetically. It has been discovered to play important roles in tissue growth, wound healing, cardiac repair, and more. It is especially important to muscle repair following injury, after weight training, and in the setting of disease. The peptide has increasingly been of interest in research circles for its ability to protect against mechanical overload and lead to healing in otherwise-slow-to-heal tissues like cartilage.
Molecular Formula: C124H204N42O41S1
Molecular Weight: 2971.99 g/mol
Synonyms: Mechano-growth factor, IGF-1Eb