07 May 2012

Growth Hormone Antagonist Counters Aging

A study by a team of Saint Louis University School of Medicine suggests a link, the MZ-5-156, a compound which acts in the opposite way as growth hormone can reverse some of the signs of aging. Experts have made a detail research on the compound MZ-5-156, a “growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) antagonist.” They conducted their research in the SAMP8 mouse model, a strain engineered for studies of the aging process.

The research benefits of connection is studied MZ-5-156 against oxidative stress occurs in the brain, thereby improving cognitive processes. It also said that the tumor activity has led to a longer life to fall. Alternatively, cancers such as those occurring in the breast, brain and lungs are inhibited.


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