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What is Sermorelin?
is a GHRH (hormone-releasing hormone) peptide analogue. Its peptide sequence is comprised of 29 amino acids. This sequence is a portion of the endogenous human GHRH, and is currently considered to be the shortest synthetic peptide that possesses the full array of functional GHRH activity. Due to this fact, sermorelin is considered to be a hormone secretagogue.
Sermorelin has been used during research to stimulate the secretion of hormone from the adenohypophysis (also called the anterior pituitary). The anterior pituitary secretes trophic hormones. Sermorelin has also been used in research stimulation tests to assess for pituitary sufficiency in relation
to the secretion of the hormone.
Since 1980, scientists have been studying GHRH for many years. Dr. D. Rudman was testing Sermorelin as a tool for anti-aging processes and Dr. William Wehrenberg was looking at different peptides and particularly GHRH to identify which part of it is needed for pituitary gland stimulating response. His results after eliminating single amino acids showed that 29-acid-chains were held responsible for pituitary stimulation. Many research studies have concluded that Sermorelin is a well tolerated analogue of GHRH. As a result, this is suitable for use as a provocative test of hormone deficiency (Prakash and Goa 1999). In 1999, both researchers, Goa and Prakash checked Sermorelin Hormone as provocative tasting method for deficiency of endogenous G-hormone. Sermorelin therapy increased the volume of hormone secreted by the stimulated pituitary gland, which is later converted by the liver into . The increased amount of in the blood stream leads to many benefits from the use of Sermorelin: increasing metabolism and growth of new cells within the body's organs and bones.