Humanin is a naturally occurring micro-peptide found in mitochondria. It protects cells from apoptosis and may be useful in staving off heart, eye, brain, and muscle diseases. Humanin is one of a select, small class of compounds targeting mitochondrial function and thus improving cellular energy efficiency and homeostasis.
GHRP-2 is a synthetic growth hormone secretagogue that binds to the ghrelin/growth hormone secretagogue receptor. It has been shown in research trials to improve muscle growth, regulate the immune system, and improve sleep cycles. GHRP-2 research has shown that it has oral bio-activity.
Delta-sleep-inducing peptide is a neuropeptide that affects a number of endocrine and physiological processes within the central nervous system. DSIP is of primary interest for its abilities to reduce oxidative stress, normalize myocardial contractility. It is also being studied as a potential target in the treatment of major depressive disorder.
ARA-290 is a variant of erythropoietin which has been shown to decrease inflammatory pathways through paracrine signaling and the innate repair receptors. Research has shown ARA-290 to help reduce HbA1c, improve cholesterol, modulate peripheral neuropathies and general neuropathic pain and stimulates wound repair.