Thymalin is a synthetic version of Thymulin, which is involved in regulating inflammation and pain. Research shows that Thymalin may be effective in boosting immune function, fighting heart disease, and regulating sleep-wake cycles. It is also of interest in aging research for its ability to reduce all-cause mortality in mouse models and prolong lifespan here. It is also acts as an immunocorrector or immunostimulant. Restores impaired immune system (regulates the number and ratio of T- and B-lymphocytes and their subpopulations, stimulates cellular immunity reactions, enhances phagocytosis), stimulates regeneration and blood formation in the event of their oppression, and also improves the course of cellular metabolism.
- Improve Cardiovascular System in Research
- Support Endocrine & Immune System in Research
- Promotes a Healthy Cardiovascular, Endocrine, Immune, and Nervous System in Research
- May Improve Immune Correction, T cell Proliferation, and Control of Retinal Inflammation and Delays the Progression of Diabetic Retinopathy in Research
- Improved Immune Function, Lowered Risk of Infection in Research
- Improvements in Laboratory Measures of Psoriasis Activity in Research
- Appears to Regulate Lipid Levels In the Body and Mediate Plaque Removal from the Arterial Wall by Lymphocytes in Research
- Potential Influence in The Reduction of Inflammation and Bacterial Infections in Gum Disease in Research
- Potential to Improve the Health Condition of People Suffering from Inflammatory Kidney Disease and Chronic Glomerulonephritis in Research
- Reduction in Acute Respiratory Disease, Hypertension, Osteoporosis, Ischemic Heart Disease, and Symptoms of Arthritis in Research
Synthetic Thymalin is a basic polypeptide made up of 38 amino acids residues. In Thymalin, the active component is a polypeptide, and the vehicle used is a combination of water-soluble salts. Thymalin acts through the thymus to restore the quantitative and qualitative capacities of T-cell lymphocytes.