Has anyone here looked into this peptide? From what I read sounds pretty interesting.
I stole this but it gives people an idea an idea of what it is about if they don't know.
Myostatin is a protein that muscles produce if they are over-trained or if they become weaker as a result of ageing (frailty). The only function of myostatin that researchers have found so far in adult organisms is that it retards muscle growth.
This is why the pharmaceutical industry is experimenting so avidly with myostatin blockers, in the hope that they can help to keep people with muscle disease or age-related frailty healthy for longer. Wyeth Pharmaceuticals is already at an advanced stage in the process of developing a human myostatin blocker.
Its here and its called ACVR2B (ACE-031)