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GHK Suppression of Cancer Metastasis Genes

Jessica ·
This information is for the use of medical researchers and persons interested in health sciences. It must be emphasized that GHK and other copper binding peptides have not been tested on human cancers and are not approved for such uses. In 2010,...
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GHK & DNA & You

skinbiologywebmaster ·
Dr. Pickart asked me to post this to the forums. Please read and enjoy. Got questions about this musing? Ask and Dr. Pickart will answer it. This information is for the use of medical researchers and persons interested in health sciences. It must be...
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One of the Most Important Papers Published!

Skin Biology ·
This information is for the use of medical researchers and persons interested in health sciences. It must be emphasized that GHK and other copper binding peptides have not been tested on human cancers and are not approved for such uses.    ...
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Over 30% of Human Genes Affected by GHK-Cu? YES

Skin Biology ·
The Broad Institute in Boston (managed by Harvard and MIT) analyzes the effect of molecules on human genes to predict the most effective method for the treatment of diseases. Their Connectivity Map is a large database that contains more than...
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NEW ARTICLE: Power of GHK-Cu on Modifying Gene Expression

Skin Biology ·
GHK-Cu May Prevent Oxidative Stress in Skin by Regulating Copper and Modifying Expression of Numerous Antioxidant Genes Loren Pickart , Jessica Michelle Vasquez-Soltero and Anna Margolina Accepted: 21 July 2015 | Published: 28 July 2015 ABSTRACT: The copper binding tripeptide GHK (glycyl-l-histidyl-l-lysine) is a naturally occurring plasma peptide that significantly declines during human aging. It has been established that GHK:Copper(2+) improves wound healing and tissue regeneration and...
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Analytical Oncology Magazine Reports on GHK-Cu - A MUST READ

Skin Biology ·
GHK and Anti-Cancer Expression (Analytical Oncology Magazine) The following paper was released for public reading - GHK, the Human Skin Remodeling Peptide, Induces Anti-Cancer Expression of Numerous Caspase, Growth Regulatory, and DNA Repair Genes - CLICK HERE Excerpt: " GHK (glycyl-L-histidyl-L-lysine) is a human plasma copper-binding peptide that declines during aging. Numerous studies have established many biological actions of GHK: it improves tissue regeneration, possesses anti-oxidant...
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Prevent Oxidative Stress in Skin by Regulating Copper?

Skin Biology ·
Could it be Possible to Prevent Oxidative Stress in Skin by Regulating Copper? The copper binding tripeptide GHK (glycyl-l-histidyl-l-lysine) is a naturally occurring plasma peptide that significantly declines during human aging. It has been established that GHK:Copper(2+) improves wound healing and tissue regeneration and stimulates collagen and decorin production. GHK-Cu also supports angiogenesis and nerve outgrowth, improves the condition of aging skin and hair, and possesses antioxidant...
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Rosacea: Endoplasmic reticulum stress(Pandora) and possible effects by GHK/Copper

Ilia ·
Good day! I found good 2016 article from Germany about rosacea cell mechanisms. Dr. Pickart or anybody, do You have any information of correlation of GHK/Copper with endoplasmatic reticulum(as Pandora of rosacea)? any positive regulative effects on ER? I add this article full text.
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Copper treat obesity!

Ilia ·
A fluorescent probe creates a heat map of copper in white fat cells. Higher levels of copper are shown in yellow and red. The left panel shows normal levels of copper from fat cells of control mice, and the right panel shows cells deficient in copper. Credit: Lakshmi Krishnamoorthy and Joseph Cotruvo Jr./UC Berkeley A new study is further burnishing copper's reputation as an essential nutrient for human physiology. A research team led by a scientist at the Department of Energy's Lawrence...
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