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The ten videos below are designed to be watched in order.
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Introduction to Peptides
Understand what a peptide is, what clinical action it does, what receptor site does a peptide interact on and which peptides are hormones. Also understand how a peptide is synthesized in a lab and how many peptides that a human has.
Thymosin Peptides TA1 and Thymulin
Thymosin alpha 1 (TA1) has been extensively studied in humans and also it has been studied in COVID. In March 2020 the FDA has banned TA1 not due to an increase in mortality but in retaliation of a compound pharmacy mentioning that TA1 can cure COVID. Because of the scarcity of getting TA1, we have included thymulin and discuss the action and the studies done with thymulin.
Growth Hormone Peptides
Understand how Growth hormone peptides work on the pituitary gland, benefits of them and side effects. The peptides that will be reviewed will be Semorelin, CJC1295 with Ipamorelin, Tesamorelin, AOD9604 and MK667. Also understand the 2 different pituitary receptors involved with increasing growth hormone.
The innate and adaptive immune system, the different T cells including Effector T cells vs Regulatory T cells and major histo compatility complex will be reviewed. Peptides that will be reviewed will be Opioid growth factor, TA1, TB4, Thymulin, BPC 157 and Vasoactive intestinal peptide will be reviewed.
Understand the function of the mitochondria. The top 5 benefits of MOTS-c will be reviewed.
All of the webinars that are provided as a general guideline and for informational purpose only. The information is not intended to replace medical advise by other physicians. Readers and viewers are encouraged to confirm the information provided with other sources. Clinical Peptide Society has made every effort to have all lectures and statements made regarding Peptides comply with all FDA and State and Local laws. There are some Peptides which the FDA has not approved for compounding. These non FDA approved peptides that are discussed in the webinar is for scientific discussion. Dr. Edwin Lee, Dr. Luis Martinez, Clinical Peptide Society and the guest lecturer will not be liable for any direct or indirect damages from information provided.