MGF (Mechano Growth Factor)

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The peptide MGF (Mechano Growth Factor), also known as IGF-1Ec or IGF-1Eb, is a peptide with a molecular formula of C121H200N42O39.  It also carries a molecular mass of 2888.16.

The Process of MGF (Mechano Growth Factor)

According to scientific study that has been conducted on animal test subjects, it has been shown that MGF (Mechano Growth Factor) has a distinctive domain that inhibits terminal differentiation.  This means is that the peptide slows the last stage of cellular differentiation in which a cell is no longer functional.  Additionally, MGF (Mechano Growth Factor) has been shown to enhanced myoblast proliferation, meaning that boosts the process in which muscular tissue is created and built.  Additionally, it has been determined that MGF (Mechano Growth Factor) has the ability to extend the half-life of secretions as they relate to the growth and repair of muscular and skeletal tissue, which then enables a boosted level of cellular activity and ultimately a more efficient means of enabling an animal test subject to achieve homeostasis.

Results of MGF (Mechano Growth Factor)’ Functionality

Because of the way in which MGF (Mechano Growth Factor) has been shown to function, scientific study based on animal test subjects has been able to derive a host of theoretical benefits from its presence.  Some of these benefits include:

  • A boost in the regeneration of skeletal muscle – Because of the ability that MGF (Mechano Growth Factor) has in relation to extending the half-life of cellular secretion tied to an animal test subject’s muscular and skeletal growth, it is thought that the presence of the peptide has allowed for a more efficient build and repair process as it relates to muscle and tissues.
  • A more efficient means of injury recovery – Scientific study based on animal test subjects has pinpointed MGF (Mechano Growth Factor)’s ability to extend cellular secretion as a means of enabling a longer period of time in which damage that has been done to an animal test subject’s muscle fibers or skeletal tissue can be repaired. Because of this process, it is thought that the presence of the peptide can enable an animal test subject to heal from an injury in a more efficient manner.
  • An improvement in bone density – Because MGF (Mechano Growth Factor) has the capacity to enable a more efficient means of bone mineral production, it has been theorized that the bones of an animal test subject can experience a boost in its overall density at a quicker rate.

MGF (Mechano Growth Factor) and Signal Transduction

Further scientific study based on animal test subjects has determined that MGF (Mechano Growth Factor) has been shown to primarily express in different tissues or as a response to various stimuli.  It has also shown some preferences in regards to the signal transduction pathways that they activate.

Because of this process, it has been theorized that the presence of MGF (Mechano Growth Factor) could play a key role in the stabilization of certain functions within an animal test subject’s body in the wake of an ischemic injury.  This type of injury is defined as an episode in which a restriction of blood supply to tissues occurs, causing a shortage of the oxygen and glucose that is needed for proper cellular metabolism as a means to keep tissue alive.  Some of these episodes that MGF (Mechano Growth Factor) and its functionality can theoretically aid include stroke, angina pectoris, cardiac arrest due to a heart attack, or a lack of oxygen delivered to an effected area after a traumatic injury.

A Few Negative Side Effects

Even though scientific study based on animal test subjects has been able to derive several theoretical benefits in relation to MGF (Mechano Growth Factor)’s overall functionality, it has also been determined that the presence of the peptide could be responsible for a few negative side effects, as well.

The primary negative side effect that has been derived relates to the condition known as hypoglycemia, also known as low blood sugar.  Scientific study shows that the condition could be brought about due to the peptide’s capacity to boost the efficiency of cellular functionality.  That being said, these studies have also determined that this condition can be remedied by an increase in glucose intake on the part of the animal test subject.

Other negative side effects that have been theorized include the swelling of extremities, a drop in blood pressure, and an increase in cardiovascular irregularities up to and including a heart attack.

For Scientific Research Only

Although there has been an extensive amount of research and study conducted in relation to MGF (Mechano Growth Factor) and its overall functionality, operational mechanics, theorized benefits, an negative side effects, it needs to be noted that all of the research that has been conducted has been exclusively built around the scientific study based on animal test subjects.  The peptide is only intended for the use of scientific study at this point in time.  Therefore, any findings or observations that relate to MGF (Mechano Growth Factor)’s overall functionality, mechanics, theoretical benefits, or negative side effects should only be contained to the strict confines of a controlled environment such as a medical research facility or a laboratory.