The additional scientific study that has been based on animal test subjects has determined that BPC 157’s processes relating to angiogenesis enable it to elevate the level in which a wound can be repaired. Studies that have been built around rat Achilles tendons that were cut transversely have shown that the presence of the peptide greatly accelerated the outgrowth of tendon explants. Furthermore, these studies have determined that the presence of the peptide can also promote cellular survival in various scenarios built around wound-based trauma.
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