Discovered in the late 1980’s by Prof. Vladimir Khavinson from St. Petersburg, Russia, Epitalon has been shown in studies to increase resistance to emotional stress, act as an antioxidant and decrease age-related changes in immune and neuroendocrine systems. It is also one of the few substances able to activate telomerase which renews (or elongates) telomeres.
Epithalon overall functionality has caused scientific study based on animal test subjects to determine that the peptide functionality can be linked to a host of theorised benefits.
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|PUB CHEM ID||
Epitalon; Epithalon; 307297-39-8; UNII-O65P17785G; O65P17785G; L-Alanyl-L-glutamyl-L-aspartyl-glycine