- Chemical Formula: C38H49N9O5 · xC2H4O2
- Molecular Mass: 711.9
- Synonyms: 2-Methylalanyl-L-histidyl-3-(2-naphthyl)-D-alanyl-D-phenylalanyl-L-lysinamide, 170851-70-4, C38H49N9O5, CHEMBL58547, SCHEMBL183305, SCHEMBL8169698, MolPort-039-139-953, 5020AF, ZINC29562299, AKOS030573449, DB12370, NCGC00167295-01, FT-0696037
- Sequence: Aib-His-D-2-Nal-D-Phe-Lys-NH2
- Molar Mass: 711.85296
- CAS Number: 170851-70-4
- PubChem: CID 20754357
- Total Amount of the Active Ingredient: 2 mg (1 vial)
- Shelf Life: 36 months
- Ipamorelin is a synthetic peptide that acts as a growth hormone secretagogue by selectively binding to growth hormone secretagogue receptors (GHSRs) in the pituitary gland. This action triggers a series of intracellular signaling events that ultimately lead to an increase in the release of growth hormones.
Ipamorelin has been studied for its potential therapeutic applications, including in the treatment of growth hormone deficiency, age-related decline in growth hormone production, and as an adjunct therapy for promoting weight loss and muscle building. Its selective action has been observed to increase muscle mass, reduce body fat, improve recovery, and delay aging without the unwanted side effects associated with other growth hormone therapies.
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You can have the product you bought from us tested at any HPLC-licensed testing facility and if the results are negative, we will refund the following:
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Independent Test Results
All of our products are lab tested and the results are periodically published on the website.
Peer Reviewed Studies
Kirsten Raun et al.
European Journal of Endocrinology (1998) 139 552–561
- Efficacy of ipamorelin, a ghrelin mimetic, on gastric dysmotility in a rodent model of postoperative ileus
Beverley Greenwood-Van Meerveld et al.
J Exp Pharmacol. 2012; 4: 149–155.
Ahnfelt-Rønne, I., Nowak, J. & Olsen, U.B. Do growth hormone-releasing peptides act as ghrelin secretagogues?. Endocr 14, 133–135 (2001).