Maximize GLP-1 Efficacy

The newest compound that is maximizing GLP-1’s efficacy! For those of you that attended the Peptide Certification Course at A4M’s 26th Annual World Congress, congratulations on your certification! Seeing the industry grow and peptide knowledge being shared is inspiring and what IPS is trying to achieve. Attendees heard two hours of lecture about GLP-1 and discussed in detail how to …

Example Consent Form

Click here to download the interactive pdf of this example consent form.       INFORMED CONSENT FOR TREATMENT WITH CJC 1295 and Ipamorelin I seek the medical services of insert ______________ of ____________________ and their employees (collectively ______________________ ). I am executing this consent to confirm my discussion with insert Physician name and my understanding of the risks, benefits, …

Ghrelin Part 2 – The GHS-R, its Subtypes, and Clinical Considerations!

In part 1 of our ghrelin review, we investigated the discovery of ghrelin and some of its relevant functions.  To look into its actions, tissue expression, and the pharmokinetics of similar ligands it is important to get a better idea of its receptor, GHS-R. Ultimately, the effects of ghrelin are incredibly varied and diverse. So much so that is difficult …

What is iRGD?

iRGD is an interesting peptide that has a ton of potential by enhancing traditional medications and treatments!  Like a lot of modern peptides, the identification and replication of its structure took place after it was identified in an in vivo screening of phage libraries. Its original application was published in 2010 when a group of California researchers showed iRGD could boost the …

Ghrelin: Back to the basics – Part 1

Posted 8/10/2018 As peptide medicine continue to dominated by products such as GHRP2, GHRP6, and Ipamorelin. It might be helpful to have context regarding Ghrelin, the endogenous signaler which the Growth Hormone Secretagogues we designed to mimic. Although most think of Ghrelin as the hunger hormone, it was actually named for its interaction with the Ghrowth Hormone Secretagogue receptor (GHS).  …

The 3 Best Peptide and Stem Cell Combinations with Great Therapeutic Potential

Published 07/30/18 Current medical therapies fail to restore tissue damage due to degenerative conditions, normal aging processes, ischemia and traumatic injuries. Tissue regeneration and organ engineering have shown promise as novel treatment strategies for patients requiring tissue or whole organ replacement. Modern approaches to regenerative tissue therapies typically revolve around the use of stem cells.[i] The development of pluripotent stem …

Mitochondrial Peptides: Their Effect on Aging

Published 07/25/18 Mitochondria have long been recognized as the metabolic powerhouse in the body, and their functionality is critical to a number of processes. Interestingly, in recent years their role in signaling is being consistently appreciated. Thus, identifying reading frames that encode peptides has been a crucial component of research. One peptide that has been a huge area of interest …

SSB1: Is there a way to delay the aging process, reverse DNA damage, and prevent cancer by restoring a natural protein in the body or turning it off?

Published 07/11/18 To understand what therapeutics could benefit aging and DNA damage, we have to consider what molecules are involved. So, what do we know about this process? There are a number of factors that are involved in the aging process. Many things such as diet, lifestyle, medication, genetics, diseases, amongst countless others, are involved. However, in the past several …