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#1 Roo

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Posted 07 September 2018 - 10:19 AM


So I found a research for this peptide and works in vitro, but I want to try it in vivo.

I read plenty of research but because of my educational background, I wasn't able to grasp much of the information.

This peptide could help me a lot. I know it's dangerous but what are the chances that it will also work in vivo just like it worked in vitro?

Also, is anyone interested in helping me with this peptide? I have read a lot in this forum and it seems like many people here have the knowledge, most of it is directed towards foxo4-dri however.

I would really appreciate any feedback or help I could get.

I emailed a very knowledgeable professor who did most of the research on this peptide, and he seemed hesitant to give me answers, it was like he knew I was going to self medicate lol

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Posted 07 September 2018 - 01:13 PM

"what are the chances that it will also work in vivo just like it worked in vitro?" I guess this depend on the target of the peptide

Could you tell me the name? I could be interested if its a cognitive enhancer.

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#3 Roo

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Posted 07 September 2018 - 02:26 PM

Its a hMC1R antagonist. It can lighten hair and skin color. This peptide seems to work in an opposite manner to MTII, but I'm not sure why the professor who researched it wasn't willing to give answers.

Maybe he doesn't want people to start abusing it like they did with MTII? Because he's the same professor who discovered MTII

I really want to experiment, I just don't know where to start or whom to ask. Are there any biochemistry companies out there that will review the available literature without questioning my intentions? Because everyone I ask always assume that I'm going to self medicate, which is true but I need answers now. I just don't know how to start. But this peptide could be a life saver for me.

Edit: Peptide sequence: Cyclo-[(CH2)3CO-Gly-His-D-Phe-Arg-D-Trp-Cys(S-)]-Asp-Arg-Phe-Gly-NH2)

Edited by Roo, 07 September 2018 - 02:31 PM.


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Posted 07 September 2018 - 06:32 PM

Its a hMC1R antagonist. It can lighten hair and skin color. This peptide seems to work in an opposite manner to MTII, but I'm not sure why the professor who researched it wasn't willing to give answers.

Maybe he doesn't want people to start abusing it like they did with MTII? Because he's the same professor who discovered MTII

I really want to experiment, I just don't know where to start or whom to ask. Are there any biochemistry companies out there that will review the available literature without questioning my intentions? Because everyone I ask always assume that I'm going to self medicate, which is true but I need answers now. I just don't know how to start. But this peptide could be a life saver for me.

Edit: Peptide sequence: Cyclo-[(CH2)3CO-Gly-His-D-Phe-Arg-D-Trp-Cys(S-)]-Asp-Arg-Phe-Gly-NH2)

What is the actual name of the peptide? The only thing I can think of that would lighten the skin would be glutathione, decapeptide-12, Melanostatin DM or Nonapeptide-1

I’ve never use this place but it seems to have every type of skin peptide you could think of.

https://www.peptidesciences.com/

Edited by John250, 07 September 2018 - 06:52 PM.

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#5 Roo

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Posted 07 September 2018 - 08:54 PM

Thanks for the link John, but I've read through research about all those peptides, none of them works in vivo apparently.

Also, there is no official name for this peptide, it's been referred to as "MSG606" in some papers however.

In this research, it's referred to as "peptide 6" https://www.ncbi.nlm...les/PMC3641192/

Edited by Roo, 07 September 2018 - 09:14 PM.






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