TB500 2mg

TB500 2mg
TB500 2mg
TB500 2mg
TB500 2mg
TB500 2mg
DescriptionThymosins are small proteins found in many animal tissues. They are named so because they... Read More
29.00€
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  • Package: 2mg/vial+water
  • Type: PEP

Description

Thymosins are small proteins found in many animal tissues. They are named so because they were originally isolated from the thymus, but most of them are now known to be present in many other tissues. Thymosins have a variety of biological activities, and two thymosins α1 and β4 in particular, have potentially important medical applications, some of which are already being used in clinics rather than laboratories. 

TB-500 is a short peptide or fragment of the naturally occurring hormone Thymosin Beta 4. TB-500 is not Thymosin Beta 4, although it is often sold under that name. In the body, Thymosin Beta 4 is released by the thymus, a gland that is most prominent in children, atrophies in adulthood, and is virtually absent in the elderly. It is also produced locally in various cells, and in particular, is found in wound discharge, as well as in a fairly high concentration in the cypotlasm of some cells. Various studies have found that Thymosin Beta 4 can promote various forms of wound healing by promoting stem cell differentiation as well as reducing inflammation. 

The peptide sequence of TB-500 matches the active region of Thymosin Beta 4 and shares many and possibly all of the properties of Thymosin Beta 4 while being more economical to manufacture. TB-500 can be used to promote healing, increase range of motion in the event of a injury, or reduce pain in an injury by reducing inflammation. Currently, TB-500 is of the most interest to athletes and bodybuilders who see it as a way to get faster post-workout recovery. In addition, it is usually considered as an aid in the treatment of sports injuries and as a kind of protection against injuries. 

Mechanism of action 

Among the thymosis, the Thymosin Beta 4 peptide is considered the most abundant, best studied and probably the most biologically active member of the beta thymosin family. Due to the fact that the Thymosin Beta 4 molecule is an actin-binding peptide, it regulates actin polymerization, and as a result, regulates cell migration, which is important for the process of angiogenesis, regeneration of damaged tissues. It has been repeatedly shown in various cellular models and at the level of the body that the Thymosin Beta 4 molecule has unique cardiprotective properties, takes part in stimulating angiogenesis under conditions of ischemia of the heart muscle, blocks proapoptotic cascades in cardiomyocytes and, conversely activates intracellular signaling pathways responsible for survival cells under stress. The regenerative potential of the Thymosin Beta 4 molecule is being actively studied in other areas of medicine. 

The activity of this molecule is manifested in the treatment of trophic ulcers, wounds and burns of the human cornea. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, Tr4 has established itself as an active ingredient in preparations for the treatm