Thymalin 10mg

CAD$65.00

Thymalin is a synthetic peptide derived from Thymulin, a naturally occurring peptide involved in the regulation of inflammation and pain. It is derived from the thymus gland, which plays a crucial role in the development and maintenance of the immune system. Scientific studies have indicated that Thymalin exhibits potential in enhancing immune function, combating heart disease, and regulating sleep-wake cycles. Furthermore, its application in aging research has generated interest due to its observed ability to reduce all-cause mortality in mouse models and extend lifespan.

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Description:

Thymalin is a peptide that has been studied for its potential immunomodulatory and anti-aging effects. It is derived from the thymus gland, which plays a crucial role in the development and maintenance of the immune system.
Thymalin is a small peptide consisting of 28 amino acids. It was originally isolated from calf thymus tissue, but synthetic versions are also available. It is known to possess immunomodulatory properties, meaning it can influence the activity and function of the immune system. Scientific studies have indicated that Thymalin exhibits potential in enhancing immune function, combating heart disease, and regulating sleep-wake cycles. Furthermore, its application in aging research has generated interest due to its observed ability to reduce all-cause mortality in mouse models and extend lifespan.

 

Thymalin Research:

Studies on animals and in vitro have suggested that Thymalin may have several beneficial effects, including:

  • Immunomodulatory effects: Thymalin has been shown to have immunomodulatory effects by influencing the activity of different immune cells. It has been reported to stimulate T-cell maturation, enhance T-cell proliferation, and modulate cytokine production, leading to a balanced immune response.
  • Anti-inflammatory properties: Thymalin has demonstrated anti-inflammatory properties in various experimental models. It has been observed to reduce the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines and inhibit the activation of inflammatory cells, thereby potentially attenuating inflammatory responses.
  • Wound healing: Some studies have suggested that Thymalin may have a positive effect on wound healing. It has been shown to promote the migration and proliferation of skin cells, accelerate wound closure, and enhance tissue regeneration in animal models.
  • Renal protection: Some studies have suggested that Thymalin may have a protective effect on the kidneys. It has been shown to attenuate kidney injury induced by certain factors such as oxidative stress, inflammation, and ischemia-reperfusion injury in animal models. Thymalin’s immunomodulatory properties and its ability to regulate cytokine production may contribute to its potential renal protective effects.

 

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Thymalin 10mg
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