Human Growth Peptides

One of the major roles of many peptides is to function as peptide hormones, which carry signals between cells and glands. These hormones regulate critical physiological processes, including blood sugar, sleep, growth, and much more. They are produced by endocrine glands such as the pituitary, adrenal, pineal, thyroid, and parathyroid glands, the pancreas, testosterone, and ovaries, as well as the liver, intestines, stomach, adipose tissue, and kidneys. Common peptides hormones include oxytocin, gastrin, bradykinin, HGH, adrenalin, and insulin.

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