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Igf-1 lr3 is the chemical name for insulin like growth factor 1 long r3. In research studies it was also found that this chemical is responsible for hyperplasia that causes the muscles cells to split and form new tissue. Experiments with lab rats revealed that increasing this natural peptide will increase muscles cell density.
The artificial version of igf-1 lr3 is designed to promote protein synthesis and nitrogen retention in a similar fashion to the natural chemical found in animal cells. This will help to make the muscles grow, not by adding additional bulk to the tissue, but by encouraging new tissue to grow to create a larger amount of muscle cells.
Applying this chemical to an animal’s body has also been found to increase the body’s ability to burn fat. Some suspect that this also increases neuro function in animals, but studies are currently inconclusive.
Specific Chemical Makeup
Igf-1 lr3 is made up of 70 amino acids which help it to be identified as growth factors that will impact the skeletal muscle and peripheral tissues like those released naturally from the animal’s liver.
- Chemical versions of igf-1 lr3 are not sterile and therefore not considered appropriate for injections. It is also not considered appropriate for ingestion.
- This chemical acts as a neruoprmotor and neruoprotector that may have an impact on the memory, reflexes and learning ability of the animal subjects regularly exposed to this peptide during research.
- The chemical is designed to increase the production of connective tissue while ensuring the proper bone density in the animal’s body. However, ongoing research is being used to determine if an animal reacts to the synthesized version of this chemical the way it does the natural peptide produced by the liver.
- This chemical should not be confused with lr3IGF-1. This is an 83 amino acid that is designed to mimic the effects of the human igf-1 rather than that that is present in smaller animals. Lr3IGF-1 will substitute Arg for the Glu in its position, and help to manage the extension of the peptide in the N-terminus in the body.
Research is ongoing to determine the specific reactions to natural igf-1 and its impact on the anabolic activities in an animal’s body. Research is also hoping to indicate how an animal’s body relates to the synthesized versions of this chemical as opposed to that which is naturally produced by the liver.
Igf-1 can be administered to animal subjects on its own because the structure and size mimics that of insulin, making it easy for the animal’s body to address the peptide as though it were a natural chemical. However, studies have found that igf-1 lr3 is considerably more effective in building new muscle tissue and burning fat. Ongoing studies comparing the two are largely focusing on providing more information on how these peptides affect diseases and potential side effects.
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