- Jul 19, 2018 -
What is Synthesis Peptides? It is well known that protein is one of the most important organic substances in cell structure. All living things, from the simplest viruses to the most advanced humans, are made of exactly the same 20 amino acids. Modern biology has discovered a kind of intermediate substance different from protein, which is called "Synthesis Peptides".
For most people, Synthesis Peptides is a new concept. In fact, almost all cells are regulated by Synthesis Peptides, which involve hormones, nerves, cell growth and reproduction. Nobel laureate Steven chu has asserted that the 21st century is the century of Synthesis Peptides. Scientists have proved that; The occurrence, development, treatment and rehabilitation of all diseases are related to Synthesis Peptides.
New research has found that living organisms exist for ten thousand kinds of short Peptides, known in the body of the activity of short Peptides have 1000, nearly all human cells can synthesize short Peptides, and the short Peptides. Synthesis Peptides play the role of physiological and biochemical messenger in human life activities and maintain the stability of human life activities.
The excellent biological characteristics determine that Synthesis Peptides will have a very broad prospect in medicine, cosmetics and biopharmaceutics.
In recent years, great progress has been made in the study of bioactive Synthesis Peptides. It reveals the diversity of bioactive Synthesis Peptides, such as enhancing immunity, lowering blood pressure, lowering blood lipids, antioxidant, anti-fatigue and anti-skin aging. In recent years, studies have also found that bioactive Peptides can be used for tumor Synthesis Peptides vaccine, reducing adverse reactions and recurrence frequency, and improving the quality of life of melanoma, colorectal cancer, leukemia and other patients. As a peptide drug for diabetes treatment, it can inhibit the secretion of glucagon, protect pancreatic islet blood cells, inhibit gastric emptying, and reduce the risk of hypoglycemia caused by insulin application.