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Research Peptides

Use of Cholecystokinin-Octapeptide

“Use of Cholecystokinin-Octapeptide for the Prevention of Parenteral Nutrition-Associated Cholestasis”  

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Innovative New Treatment

“DermaFracTM: An Innovative New Treatment for Periorbital Melanosis in a Dark‑Skinned Male Patient”​1​  

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The Effects of a Novel Series

“The Effects of a Novel Series of KTTKS Analogues on Cytotoxicity and Proteolytic Activity”​1​  

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The Anti-Cancer Peptide – PNC-27

“The Anti-Cancer Peptide, PNC-27, Induces Tumor Cell Necrosis of a Poorly Differentiated Non-Solid Tissue Human Leukemia Cell Line that Depends on Expression of HDM-2 in the Plasma Membrane of these Cells.”  

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Efficacy of Anti-Cancer Drug PNC-27

“Efficacy of Anti-Cancer Drug PNC-27 in the Treatment of Patient-Derived Epithelial Ovarian Cancer.”​1​  

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Impact of phase of the estrous cycle

“Impact of phase of the estrous cycle and season on LH surge profile and fertility in dairy cows treated with different GnRH analogs (gonadorelin vs. buserelin).”​1​  

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Selank Administration Affects

“Selank Administration Affects the Expression of Some Genes Involved in GABAergic Neurotransmission.”​1​  

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Long-term safety and effects of tesamorelin

“Long-term safety and effects of tesamorelin, a growth hormone-releasing factor analogue, in HIV patients with abdominal fat accumulation”​1​  

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Tesamorelin on Visceral Fat

“Effect of Tesamorelin on Visceral Fat and Liver Fat in HIV-Infected Patients With Abdominal Fat Accumulation A Randomized Clinical Trial”​1​  

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Pinealon Increases Cell Viability

“Pinealon Increases Cell Viability by Suppression of Free Radical Levels and Activating Proliferative Processes”​1​  

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DSIP peptide and glucocorticoid‐induced

“Delta sleep‐inducing peptide and glucocorticoid‐induced leucine zipper: potential links between circadian mechanisms and obesity?”​1​