Adipotide is an experimental compound that has been proven to have the potential in diminishing fat cells in animal studies. This experimental peptide has also demonstrated the potential ability to induce rapid weight loss, improve insulin resistance and reduce appetite in animals.
Adipotide Peptide, also known as FTPP peptide, fat-targeted proapoptotic peptide, or proapoptotic peptide, has been widely researched, and is considered by scientists to be a proapoptotic peptide that may contribute to cell apoptosis. Adipotide may possibly act as a prohibitin-targeting peptide, and current research is still exploring its potential in this area. Prohibitins are natural proteins considered by scientists to regulate such functions as cell formation, metabolism, and inflammation.