BPC-157 stands for Body Protection Compound. It is also known as Bepecin, PL 14736, and PL10. It is a synthetic stable gastric pentadecapeptide consisting of fifteen amino acids. It is a partial sequence of BPC that is isolated from the gastric juice of humans.
It is synthetic because it doesn’t share similarities with any natural gastric peptides. It is more stable than other peptides and withstands stomach acid degradation for at least 24 hours.
More research is needed to clarify whether BPC-157 has multiple mechanisms of action. Current research in animal test subjects, suggests BPC-157 influences several growth factors usually involved in angiogenesis (the production of blood vessels) and other factors involved in regeneration following damage.
In small rats, it experimentally accelerated the healing of different wounds in tissues such as tendons, ligaments, skeletal muscle, and bone. Currently, it is in a clinical trial for treating inflammatory bowel disease.
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