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    Question hgh and ghrh

    Can anyone tell me what the difference is ??? hgh we all know.. and ghrh = growth hormone releasing hormone....???

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    Was it rHGH maybe, that is the name for synthetic HGH, which is what you want.
    I think a research company advertises something called gHGH...

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    ghGH, glycosylated hGH

    Never heard of anyone selling this, had to look into some research papers to find it.

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    Glycosylated human growth hormone variant
    J Ray, BK Jones, SA Liebhaber and NE Cooke
    Department of Human Genetics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 19103.

    The human growth hormone variant (hGH-V) gene is expressed by the syncytiotrophoblastic layer of the human placenta in two forms: hGH-V mRNA encoding a 22 kD protein, and hGH-V2 mRNA which retains intron 4 and is expected to encode a 26 kD protein. There is a predicted N- linked glycosylation site in hGH-V at amino acid 140 that is absent in both hGH-V2 and in the highly homologous normal pituitary GH (hGH-N). Cell lines transfected with the hGH-N gene secrete 22 kD GH and the 20 kD product of an alternatively spliced mRNA, while cell lines transfected with the hGH-V gene secrete three proteins of 22, 24, and 26 kD. To determine whether any of these hGH-V isoforms are glycosylated, the cell lines were grown in the absence and presence of tunicamycin. In addition, conditioned medium from metabolically labelled hGH-V transfected cells was separately digested with peptide:N- glycosidase F and endoglycosidase H. The 26 and 24 kD bands were both absent from the media after tunicamycin treatment and were both sensitive to peptide:N-glycosidase F treatment. Endoglycosidase H digestion resulted in the selective loss of the 24 kD band. These results indicate that hGH-V is partially modified posttranslationally by N-linked glycosylation in a fibroblastic cell line.

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    no this definately stands for human growth release hormone

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    PM me...

    There is hgh releasing hormone...
    I have never seen a synthetic on the market yet. Many bad tries exist though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevan
    no this definately stands for human growth release hormone

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    Ooops I originally read ghGH not GhRH...

    GhRH is the correct abbreviation for growth hormone releasing hormone, but I would be skeptical if anyone claims to be selling it.

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    ok thanks.. but what is the difference between the 2 of them?

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    ghRH sttimulates the production of HGH...
    It is your bodies hormone to signal it to produce HGH

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevan
    ok thanks.. but what is the difference between the 2 of them?

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    sure it's not GHRP or rHGH? Never heard of growth hormone releasing growth. GHRP is Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide.

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    ghRH is a pituary hormone...
    I have never heard of it being synthesized though...

    Quote Originally Posted by LuvMyRoids
    sure it's not GHRP or rHGH? Never heard of growth hormone releasing growth. GHRP is Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide.

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    I have seen GHRH available from some pharmaceutical companies.

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    Sounds like you're talking about GHRP-6 - a peptide that acts on ghrelin, which releases GH. This compound is available at three asterisks.

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    no... i've seen "three asteriks" talk about working on GhRH..... i think their going to be selling it soon....
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    Are you talking about GHRP? My understanding is it has been available for some time. I don't know what GhRH is. The one in the pipeline that I know of is the Oratropin - Oral LR3 IGF-1.

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