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Another peptide available on gurupeptides.com, BPC-157 has been tested for wound healing properties as well as cytoprotective properties. Cytoprotection describes a set of processes by which substances, solutions, and chemicals may provide protection to cells against potentially harmful agents or inherent weaknesses. The driving theory behind its production and distribution is the idea BPC-157 can be used to help heal wounds as well as rejuvenate tendons in animals and humans alike. We offer 100% pure, USA manufactured BPC-157 in 5mg bottles. Keep in mind that Guru Peptides products are furnished for laboratory research only.
BPC-157 is a Peptide Chain Developed to Help You!
Though all of the chemicals used to comprise BPC-157 are natural, it is still considered to be synthetic as the ingredients are not found in that sequence naturally. Developed in laboratories around the world, BPC-157 considers of 15 different amino acids. Originally developed to help humans and animals with weak digestive systems, BPC-157 has been proven to protect the stomach and intestinal tract from harmful, outside substances or overactive bile glands. More recent studies indicate that BPC-157 could be helpful when treating bone and joint damage as well as different inflammatory disorders. More human studies need to be completed for this to be a definite accepted by the medical community, but it shows a lot of promise.
Case Studies – A Brief History
You will find that in the 1990’s there was a boom of research when it comes to peptides and the like. As technology improved, as did the desire to tackle long-plaguing health issues that seemed to resonate in many humans. In most scenarios, science and research advances at an impressive rate for twenty years, culminating into manufactured medications to treat humans or animals for a variety of ailments. The history of BPC-157 investigation follows along those same guidelines that are shared by many of the other peptide substances.
May through October 1997 – A large team of representatives and staff from the Centre for Digestive Disease of the Medical and Veterinary Faculty University in Zagreb, Croatia formed a comprehensive report on the impact that BPC-157 had on animals. The results yielded significant differences between the treated animals and the control group, leading to future investigations.
March 2010 – Multiple studies like this one have been completed worldwide. Another team from Croatia decided to build on the decade of research that has been completed internally to this point. They determined that “BPC-157 completely reversed systemic corticosteroid-impaired muscle healing.” As of 2010 we could definitively say that BPC-157 can help to repair muscle mass in both animals and people.
November 2014 – If it’s possible to repair damaged muscles with BPC-157, why not try to repair damaged tendons? That’s exactly what a team of scientists from Taiwan thought. They were able to focus the BPC-157 treatments to increase the growth hormone receptor in tendon fibroblasts, leading to damaged tendon recovery.
These days, BPC-157 is used in a variety of medications around the world!
1 Seiwerth, S, et al. “BPC 157’s Effect on Healing.” Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports., U.S. National Library of Medicine, 1997, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9403790.
2 Pevec, D, et al. “Impact of Pentadecapeptide BPC 157 on Muscle Healing Impaired by Systemic Corticosteroid Application.” Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports., U.S. National Library of Medicine, Mar. 2010, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20190676.
3 Chang, C H, et al. “Pentadecapeptide BPC 157 Enhances the Growth Hormone Receptor Expression in Tendon Fibroblasts.” Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports., U.S. National Library of Medicine, 19 Nov. 2014, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25415472.