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Growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) is not widely distributed throughout the brain and is found only in the hypothalamus. The secretion of GHRH increases in response to physical and emotional stress, and its secretion is blocked by a powerful hypothalamic neurohormone called somatostatin. The secretion of GHRH is also inhibited by insulin-like growth factors, which are generated when tissues are exposed to growth hormone itself.
Product Name CAT No. Purity Chemical Structure
Growth Hormone Releasing Factor (GHRF) (1-44), human ONP10521 ≥98%
For research only, not for human use!
Growth Hormone Releasing Factor (GHRF)-2 ONP10522 ≥98%
For research only, not for human use!
Growth Hormone Releasing Factor (GHRF)-6 ONP10523 ≥98%
For research only, not for human use!
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