BPC 157 (BPC-157) 5mg
According to scientific research by means of in-vitro testing , BPC 157 has been shown to possess anti-ulcer peptidgeric properties. What this translates to, is it has shown a theoretical ability to provide a method of regulatory control over the digestive tracts overall functionality. It has been hypothesized that this function shields the endothelium as well as promotes the natural process of angiogenesis. These particular functions can be related to several other functions that have been connected to the BPC 157 peptide, including tissue healing and blood flow regulation throughout the gastro-intestinal tract based on conclusions established from in-vitro testing. Furthermore, BPC 157 functionalities have been shown to be linked to anti-inflammatory properties.
|Appearance||Lyophilized White Powder|
|Manufactured||United States of America|
|Synonyms||Bpc 15, Bpc-157, Booly protection compound 15|
|Storage||BPC 157 is stable at room temperature for up to 90 days, long term storage requires -2 degrees celsius for optimal preservation|
|Overall Summary||BPC 157, also known as BPC-157, BPC 15, as well as Booly Protection Compound 15, is a 15 amnio acid chain that contains a molecular mass of 1419.55. It has a molecular formula of C62H98N16O22.|
Notwithstanding the fact that there has been substantial amounts of research on BPC 157 via in-vitro testing in relation to perceived funcionalities as well as the theorized benefits that can potenitially be acquired from said functionality, it is imperitive to understand that BPC 157 is still strictly for scientific study currently. Therfore, any conclusions or observations in regards to BPC 157 potentials, or theorized benefits, should strictly be the result of in-vitro research performed by or under the supervision of a professional.
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