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Hexarelin (or just HEX) is a hormones peptide which contains a short chain made from just six amino acids and has structure similar to regulatory proteins which helps them to release G-hormone. Its molecular weight/mass is 877.05 and its molecular formula is C47H58N12O6.
Clinical studies and trials with different peptides which release hormones have started in early 1990s, with study led by scientist Denghenghi in which hexarelin was created by substituting one of amino acids in protein’s structure by more stable form. In 1995 another study took place in which its action on hypothalamus and pituitary gland was revealed. At the moment there are few ongoing studies regarding hexarelin features.
The primal action of hexarelin is the stimulation of glands to release hormone of growth; however it also has positive effects on muscular endurance and can increase muscle strength and promote growth of muscular tissues. As well this peptide possesses some neuroprotective features alongside with participating in healing processes.
Since currently the mechanism and influence on physiologic system still remains unclear then this research compound is made for laboratories’ use only not for human consumption.