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It belongs to a class para-pharmaceutics – foods that have healing properties. Not being medicines, Bio Regulators contribute to optimization of functions of cell populations with whom they have a relationship, and thus the normalization of their functioning.
What are Peptides?
peptides are short chains of amino acids linked together. If there are only two amino acids then the peptide is a dipeptide. Similarly there are tripeptides, tetrapeptides, and so on. If the number of amino acids in the chain reaches around ten or so, such substances are called polypeptides, while large polypeptides are called proteins. There is no particular agreed size at which a large polypeptide becomes a small protein, but generally polypeptides have molecular weights of a few thousand, while proteins have molecular weights of tens of thousands. Depending on which amino acids are involved, between seven and ten amino acids will add about 1000 to the molecular weight.
Peptides will help the muscle or soft tissue in this rebuilding healing process. If you are risk person for Alzheimer, please check with us for more information how to prevent it.
The researchers developed a new technology for creating biologically active food supplements (parapharmaceuticals), based on peptide complexes isolated from animal organs and tissues. A new group of parapharmaceuticals has received a name of “Cytomaxes”. Biologically active food supplements are produced in the form of tablets and capsules. Cytomaxes exert a regulatory effect on the cellular level and are used for improving the organism resistance to the impact of adverse environmental, climatic, occupational and other factors, as well as during the rehabilitation period after surgeries, traumas, diseases; in case of malnutrition, high physical loads; for the purpose of maintaining the functions of the main organism systems in old and very old persons in order to reduce the risk of disease occurrence.
There are many theories of aging, one of which is the shortening of telomeres in our DNA. A telomere is like the plastic tip on the end of your shoe lace. It protects the DNA from unraveling during each cell division. Each cell division results in a slightly shorter telomere length, and eventually, the cell can no longer divide. This is called the Hayflick Limit, after Dr. Leonard Hayflick’s discovery that cells have a limited number of times that they can divide. In mammals, the telomeres are protected from shortening until the onset of sexual maturity. After that, they begin to shorten with each cell division, eventually leading to an inability to divide any more in order to replace worn out, damaged or diseased cells. There is an enzyme called telomerase that is produced in the cells which stimulates the lengthening of the telomeres. The pineal gland produces a hormone called epithalamin that tells the cells to produce telomerase which in turn results in longer telomeres in our DNA. The functionality of the pineal gland declines with age, and is partly responsible for age related diseases
This peptide mapping and synthesis research is providing interesting advances that allow biochemical focus on proteins, peptides and specific growth factors that are delivered to the target cell receptors . Through these signal transduction molecules can stimulate unwanted cell function. This biotechnology is already used in several countries as a protocol for the treatment of neurological and autoimmune disorders.
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To begin, peptides are small chains of amino acids (the basic units of organic matter) linked by amide bonds, & can be thought of as «small proteins». Proteins are larger macro molecules comprised of many more amino acids linked together. Despite their size, however, peptides play many important roles in the normal functioning of the human body. Some examples include insulin, which is responsible for controlling levels of glucose within the blood, and substance P, a peptide playing a major role in the perception of pain.
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