What is Epitalon peptide used for?

Epitalon is a tetra peptide, meaning that it is made up of four amino acid chains. It is used to regulate the cell cycle through up-regulation of telomerase activity.

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Also question is, what is Thymalin peptide?

Abstract. Thymalin is a polypeptide complex isolated from the thymus and regulating the functions of the immune system. Thymalin is effective in therapy of acute respiratory syndrome, chronic obstructive bronchitis, and other immunopathology.

Similarly, what does telomerase mean? Telomerase is an RNA-dependent DNA polymerase, meaning an enzyme that can make DNA using RNA as a template. … Telomerase is not usually active in most somatic cells (cells of the body), but it’s active in germ cells (the cells that make sperm and eggs) and some adult stem cells.

Considering this, when was telomerase discovered?


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