MGF C-Terminal is a growth hormone that is released due to IGF-1 splice variant and stimulation of satellite cells. MGF C-Terminal is also called as IGF-1Ec or mechano growth factor. During healing and tissue re-growth processes, IGF-1 splice variants play a vital role in development and growth of new muscle tissues. During gene splicing mechanisms, IGF-1 gene is spliced to form IGF-1Ec (MGF) and promotes growth of new muscle fibers. C-Terminal end is a specialized sequence of a peptide molecule in which splicing mechanisms takes place and allows the molecule to act independently. In vivo and in vitro studies have demonstrated that MGF C-Terminal possess neuroprotective effects. Facilitated maturation of satellite cells can accelerate cellular recovery and muscle cells formation. The molecular mass of MGF C-Terminal is 2888.16 and molecular formula is C121H200N42O39.
MGF C-Terminal Chemical Profile
Molecular weight: 2888.16
Peptide purity: > 99.0%