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Re: Copper Misconceptions

Jessica ·
Dear Beth, Many of our clients have emailed us with concerns about the safety of copper. Excessive copper has been blamed for many diseases – Alzheimer's, heart disease, cancer, etc. The problem is that most of this comes from data on blood plasma copper and diseases. But usually, high blood plasma copper is associated with low tissue copper. Most plasma copper (60%) is locked in proteins such as in ceruloplasmin - an acute phase reactant that rises with stress and disease, and other...
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Re: GHK WITH COPD

skinbiologywebmaster ·
Originally Posted by Bart: Does anyone know if GHK is available orally as a supplement? from other countries maybe? thanks! Liposomal GHK and GHK-copper2+ are sold. Glycyl-L-Histidyl-L-Liysine-Cu(2+) loaded liposome formulations AUTHOR(S) Erdem, Setenay; T�rko�lu, Murat PUB. DATE May 2010 SOURCE Marmara Pharmaceutical Journal;May2010, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p91 SOURCE TYPE Academic Journal DOC. TYPE Article ABSTRACT Enhancement of collagen synthesis by glycyl-l-histidyl-l-lysine-Cu2+ (GHK-Cu)...
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Wound Healing & Skin Repair Using Copper Peptides

skinbiologywebmaster ·
 StudyResultReference US Patents describing methods using GHK-Cu stimulating wound healing of wound and methods for enhancing wound healing through an animalUS Patent 4,665,054   New glycyl-L-histidyl-L-lysine copper derivatives of...
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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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4 Basic Changes of Aging: How GHK Combats Each of Them

Skin Biology ·
What Happens to Our Skin as We Get Older? There are 4 basic biochemical changes our skin goes through during the aging process:   Change 1:  The rate of the skin cell replacement decreases, producing a thinner, more fragile skin. Skin is...
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Approved for Publication! NEW Review Article on GHK & Skin Regeneration

Skin Biology ·
Approved for Publication! NEW Review Article on GHK & Skin Regeneration Dr. Loren Pickart's latest review article has been approved for publication and was released in the April 2015 edition of BioMed Research International [this publication focuses on research articles in multiple areas of life sciences and was formerly known as Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology ]. Here is a brief excerpt of what you can expect to learn when you download your free copy : GHK Peptide as a Natural...
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A MUST READ: NEW! Data of the Cosmeceutical and TriPeptide GHK

Skin Biology ·
NEW! Data of the Cosmeceutical and TriPeptide GHK The following paper was just released for public reading - S OFW International Journal for Applied Science - CLICK HERE Excerpt: "The term cosmeceutical refers to the combination of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals and is used to describe cosmetic products with ingredients the are biologically active and have medicinal benefits. The quality of these derma-cosmetics has to be ensured by scientifically well-documented in vivo and in vitro tests...
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Why It Should Matter to You: GHK Reverses Cortisone Inhibition of Regeneration

Skin Biology ·
GHK Reverses Cortisone Inhibition of Regeneration - Why It Should Matter to You NEW PAGE! - CLICK HERE: www.reverseagingwithghk.com/ghk-reverses-cortisone-inhibition-of-regeneration.html Cortisone and cortisol are linked to brain problems and dementia. These two very similar molecules are easily converted from one to another.Patients with Alzheimer’s disease have elevated levels of cortisol in their blood streams, compared to healthy patients. This elevation correlated with the degree of...
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GHK & Wound Healing: Built-In Natural Regulator of Dermal Repair

Skin Biology ·
GHK & Wound Healing: Built-In Natural Regulator of Dermal Repair The wound healing process in the skin goes through the following phases: hemostasis (blood clotting), inflammation, granulation, and scar remodeling. Every stage requires well-coordinated cell interaction and therefore is precisely orchestrated by a plethora of biological active molecules coming from different sources. For example, immediately after injury degranulating platelets release growth factors (such as TGF-beta)...
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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-induced misfolding of prion proteins

Ilia ·
Iowa State University researchers have described with single-molecule precision how copper ions cause prion proteins to misfold and seed the misfolding and clumping of nearby prion proteins. The researchers also found the copper-induced misfolding and clumping is associated with inflammation and damage to nerve cells in brain tissue from a mouse model. Prions are abnormal, pathogenic agents that are transmissible and induce abnormal folding of a specific type of protein called prion...
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ANNOUNCEMENT: New Article Published on GHK & Nerve Function - A Must Read

Skin Biology ·
The Effect of GHK on Nervous System Function and Cognitive Decline NEW ARTICLE PUBLISHED!! Why is this so important? A ge-related cognitive decline is a common problem for many elderly people, yet its cause is poorly understood. Over 99% of investigational drugs, participating in over 200 clinical trials, failed to receive approval for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease [ 1 ]. Even the success of a few approved drugs provides only minimal patient improvement. There is a need for new, safe,...
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NEW! Brain Sciences Tweet About GHK Research!

Skin Biology ·
The Effect of the Human Peptide GHK on Gene Expression Relevant to Nervous System Function and Cognitive Decline Dr. Loren Pickart's paper on GHK and neurodegeneration (the progressive death of neurons, loss of brain function, and cognitive decline which is an increasing problem for senior populations) has just been approved by Brain Sciences Journal! Like and Follow: https://twitter.com/BrainSci_MDPI/status/831789711022780418
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NEW RELEASE: Actions of GHK in the Light of New Gene Data

Skin Biology ·
Protective Actions of GHK-Cu Peptide in the Light of NEW Gene Data (International Journal of Molecular Sciences - July 2018) The following paper was just released for public viewing: Dr. Pickart's NEW Article on Protective Actions of GHK-Cu Peptide - CLICK HERE Excerpt: " The human peptide GHK (glycyl- l -histidyl- l -lysine) has multiple biological actions, all of which, according to our current knowledge, appear to be health positive. It stimulates blood vessel and nerve outgrowth,...
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Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: New Article Published on GHK & Nerve Function - A Must Read

Jaconey ·
thanks a lot for this announcement! I think it is rather important to know!
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