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BUY TB-500 (Thymosin Beta 4) 5mg
Consisting of 43 amino acids, Thymosin beta-4 is a protein which is involved in cell proliferation, Migration, and differentiation. Additionally, Thymosin beta-4 is known to play a role in the regulation of actin polymerization, and has been identified as instrumental in aiding the motility of certain kinds of cellular movement. Clinical trials indicate that Thymosin beta-4 is beneficial to accelerated wound healing, immunoreactivity, and if used following a heart attack may help to reactivate cardiac progenitor cells to help repair damaged heart tissue.
Now it is possible to take advantage of a synthetic adaptation of this natural occurring peptide that is present in all human and animal cells. This peptide supplement is a member of a sixteen related molecules that exhibit a high conservation sequence along with localization of most organism cells.
Thymosin beta 4 has been used in studies, including but not limited to, areas such as accelerated wound healing, immunoreactivity, odontogenic differentiation and others.
TB 500 has also been used in equestrian applications, in the thymosin beta 4 has been used in horse racing for example and has shown potential benefits including the increase of red blood cells, cessation of bleeding, an uptick in endurance, respiratory improvement, possible reduction of stomach acid which improves ulcers, tendon and ligament repair, as well as various uses in yearlings etc... who knows what TB4 may have in store in the future pending more proper studies and trials.
See: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=thymosin+beta+4 to find stuides. Also check out our blog post The Regenerative Power of Thymosin Beta 4 for more information.
Molecular formula: C212H350N56O78S
CAS number: 77591-33-4
Molar Mass: 4963.4408
PubChem: CID 16132341
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