Despite its announcement to the stock exchange in 2007 that trials showed at 24 weeks participants lost one kilogram at best, only last month Metabolic told its patent holders that it was going ahead with attempting to license the product in the US for use in sports drinks and dietary supplements. It is also pursuing commercial opportunities in the veterinary industry. This is after its chief, David Kenley, admitted several months ago that there is no proof it had any body-enhancing effects in humans.
AOD9604 is also known as the ANTI OBESITY DRUG and has been found to target abnormal fat stores (e.g. buttocks, knees, chin, abdomen, and flabby arms). AOD is a Peptide fragment of hGH which is a fat loss and healing properties. Because AOD is a fragment of the C-terminus of hGH, it contains the fat reducing capability of hGH, but does not adversely affect your blood sugar levels or your IGF-1 levels.
The duration (treatment and follow up) of the individual studies depended on the type of study (supplementary data). The first three clinical trials were single dose treatments (METAOD001 - METAOD003); the longest was a phase IIb clinical trial (METAOD006) with a four weeks run-in phase, followed by a six months treatment phase and a 30 day follow-up phase.
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In this paper, we investigated whether the changes observed inβ 3-AR RNA expression in vitro also occur in an in vivo model. The in vivo model used was the obese (ob/ob) mouse model of obesity that has repressed levels of β3-ARs, which in part contributes to reduced lipolytic sensitivity (12). Lean C57BL/6J mice were used as a control. Following a 14-d chronic administration with AOD9604 or hGH, adipose tissue weights were measured, and β3-AR mRNA expression was determined. The decrease in weight of adipose tissue depots in the ob/ob mice was associated with increasedβ 3-AR expression. Further studies inβ 3-AR knock-out (β3-KO) mice showed that the presence of the β3-AR is necessary to mediate the chronic effectiveness of hGH and AOD9604 with regards to weight loss and fat mass reduction. However, an acute dose of AOD9604 was capable of increasing energy expenditure inβ 3-KO mice, although the response was less than that seen in the wild-type control mice.

These peptides are inhibitors of a protein called myostatin. Myostatin is secreted by muscle cells and acts to essentially block the development of new muscle fibers and, thus, the development of lean muscle mass. In fact, individuals who have mutations in the gene coding for this protein have significantly more muscle mass and enhanced strength. The administration of follastatin peptides can generate enhanced muscle mass and strength, and has been found especially useful in patients suffering from muscle-wasting diseases or who have difficulty gaining muscle.
The ACMS recommended that Growth Hormone Releasing Hormones (GHRHs), Growth Hormone Secretagogues (GHSs), Growth Hormone Releasing Peptides (GHRPs) as well as new individual substance entries for CJC-1295, ipamorelin, pralmorelin (Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide-2), Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide-6, hexarelin and AOD-9604 be included in Schedule 4.
Solcoseryl: Derived from calves’ blood and is believed to speed up healing of damaged or injured tissues, solcoseryl is currently used in humans as eye gel for corneal ulcers, a jelly/ointment for gangrene and bedsores, burns and wound healing, and inflammation of gums, lips and mouth ulcers. No major adverse effects been reported. Solcoseryl is not specifically banned under WADA as a substance but can potentially be banned as a method depending on how the substance is administered and how much is used.
You will learn that no single method of using Ipamorelin is right or wrong, and there is more than one route (and dosage cycle length) you can choose, when you do incorporate Ipamorelin into your diet and exercise regimen. Regardless of how high or how long the dosage cycle is, you want to start off on the lower end when you are new to using Ipamorelin, or any growth hormone for that matter. Not only will this reduce the potential risk of experience the side effects, it also ensures your body will ingest the highest levels into the bloodstream. And, it will allow you to gradually increase the dosage and cycle lengths, in order to eventually get to the ideal levels which work best for your body, and for the intended/desired goals you are trying to achieve when using Ipamorelin daily.
As in the previous study there were no clinically relevant changes observed in safety laboratory parameters 24 hours following administration of AOD9604 or placebo. Similarly, there were no clinically relevant changes in vital signs (blood pressure, radial pulse rate and temperature) or ECGs recorded at any of the scheduled time points up to 24 hours post dose. There were no significant changes in glucose or IGF-1 levels following AOD9604 treatment compared with placebo.
But gene-therapy experiments have also resulted in patient deaths. The use of such therapies can cause the human body to experience fatal immune reactions to the vectors used to place the gene in the body. Another danger of gene therapy is an inability to control the expression of the gene, which could translate into a rapidly spreading cancer. Or the expression of the gene could spread from skeletal muscle into heart muscle, resulting in excessive heart muscle growth (known as left ventricular hypertrophy, or “athlete’s heart) that can cause premature heart failure.
Best deal I found searching around. I plan to read up on datbtrue's forum once I get accepted. Right now I'm thinking wake up, and inject 500mcg, shower, hit the gym, leave do cardio, then eat. At night before bed inject another 500mcg. Not set in stone yet as I need to read up more, but this is what I'm thinking. Currently running cjc 1295 no dac, ghrp-2, and igf-1 LR3, Hup-a, and green tea extract.
Subjects were excluded if they had any of the following: history of myocardial infarction, heart failure, or left ventricular (LV) ejection fraction <50%, greater than mild valvular stenosis or regurgitation or any regional wall motion abnormalities by cardiac imaging, chronic renal failure or serum creatinine ≥3.0 mg/dL, atrial fibrillation, diabetes mellitus requiring insulin therapy, systolic blood pressure ≥170 mm Hg or diastolic blood pressure ≥100 mm Hg at the most recent weight center visit, a history of current loop or thiazide diuretic use, a history of obstructive lung disease, or thyroid dysfunction. Female subjects who were pregnant or planned to become pregnant within 6 months were also excluded. The Partners Human Research Committee approved the protocol. All subjects provided informed consent.

Often when something is too good to be true, it usually is. The reality is peptides are not a magic potion that substitutes good nutrition, exercise and lifestyle choices. Fundamentally, peptides enhance the body’s own natural processes to produce their various effects, and many of these protein chains are already produced in the body to a certain degree. Often referred to as “the fountain of youth”, certain peptides have shown to reverse the decline in metabolic processes and repair associated with aging, restoring the body back into a more regenerative, youthful state by stimulating release of the body’s own natural human growth hormone (hGH).
I was using MT II while using the 1st vial and lost 14 lbs in 10 days. Had to fly to Pittsburgh for a couple days and started 2nd vial with no MT II and dropped 8 more. I weighed yesterday upon completion of the 2nd vial with shoes and clothes on. Was very pleased with the results. I did a cycle of T3 prior to the frag and didnt do near as well and was fighting muscle loss, felt like crap ect.. Will be purchasing more, I use Southern Research on the peptides.
AOD9604 is a peptide (a chain of amino acids) which was developed and patented by a company called Metabolic Pharmaceuticals in Australia in the late 1990s. AOD stands for "Anti Obesity Drug". This peptide has an amino acid sequence that mimics the lipolytic region of human growth hormone (the region of this hormone thought to be responsible for burning fat) and it has been promoted variously as a weight loss supplement, as an aid to muscle and cartilage repair, and a treatment for osteoarthritis by its manufacturers. It is also known as lipotropin and Tyr-hGH fragment, and is generally available these days as a transdermal cream or an injectable.
AOD9604 is a peptide fragment (hGH Fragment 177-191) of the C-terminus of Human Growth Hormone to which a tyrosine is added at the N-terminal end.  Studies have suggested that AOD9604 is more effective than its predecessor AOD9401 in its ability to stimulate lipolytic (fat burning) and anti-lipogenic activity. Like Growth Hormone, AOD9604 stimulates lipolysis (the breakdown or destruction of fat) and inhibits lipogenesis (prevents the transformation of  fatty food materials into body fat) both in laboratory testing and in animals and humans.  Recent  clinical research studies have shown that  AOD9604 did show a reduction of body fat in the mid abdominal area in both obese, over-weight, and average built people.
Strengths of our study include the serial physiologic assessments before and after bariatric surgery. The gastric bypass procedure ensured a large degree of weight loss (≈27% mean change in BMI), while the administration of normal saline provided an acute stimulus for eliciting acute natriuretic peptide responses. Thus, we were able to compare the relative effects of weight loss and saline infusion, with each individual serving as his or her own control. This study design minimizes confounding from sources of natriuretic peptide variation that might correlate with BMI. We performed the post‐surgical assessment 6 months after surgery to ensure that acute hemodynamic changes from surgery had resolved and patients had attained most of their expected weight loss. Mitral annular early diastolic (e′) velocity at the lateral annulus has been accepted as an index of diastolic function24, 25 and we had significant improvement in e′ suggesting improvement in myocardial relaxation. Our echocardiographic findings are in accordance with the recently published meta‐analysis demonstrating benefits of bariatric surgery on diastolic function.26
AOD is a peptide 15 amino acids long which mimics a small portion of the growth hormone that has the fat reducing effects (increases fat metabolism). It works by mimicking the way natural growth hormone regulates fat metabolism but without the adverse effects on blood sugar and growth that is seen if unmodified growth hormone is given. It stimulates lipolysis (break down of fat) and inhibits lipogenesis (non fat food being stored in the body as fat).

AOD9604 is also known as the ANTI OBESITY DRUG and has been found to target abnormal fat stores (e.g. buttocks, knees, chin, abdomen, and flabby arms). AOD is a Peptide fragment of hGH which is a fat loss and healing properties. Because AOD is a fragment of the C-terminus of hGH, it contains the fat reducing capability of hGH, but does not adversely affect your blood sugar levels or your IGF-1 levels.
Cerebrolysin: A mixture of peptides extracted from pig brain that supports the development and function of nerve cells, cerebrolysin can be used to treat Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia but because the drug needs to be injected daily, it doesn’t have a clear benefit over existing oral medication. It’s not known to have any major side effects. In sports, cerebrolysin used to enhance mental function and “defog” the brain, although there is no good evidence that it has any effect in healthy individuals. It’s not currently listed as banned under WADA, either directly or via similarity of mechanism to banned peptides.
The literature presented in this paper argues that our limited ability to maintain energy balance in a weight-reduced state is the product of our difficulty in compensating for the weight loss-induced reduction in total energy expenditure. The end result, translated into the overwhelming complexity of preserving long-term weight loss, is presented as being a consequence of compromised appetite control. Given the present-day food landscape and the resultant susceptibility to passive overconsumption, the focus of this review will be on the peripheral ("bottom-up") signals (leptin, PYY, ghrelin, and GLP-1) and the evidence highlighting their influence on feeding behaviour. As we continue studying paradigms of body mass reduction, specifically the data emerging from patients of bariatric surgery, it is becoming clearer that counter-regulatory adaptations, possibly through down-(leptin, PYY, and GLP-1) or upregulation (ghrelin) of peptides, have an impact on energy balance. In itself, food deprivation influences some of the peptides that ultimately provide the physiological input for the overt expression of feeding behaviour; these peripheral adaptations are expected to serve as feeding cues--cues that, in the end, can serve to compromise the maintenance of energy balance. In a potentially novel intervention to increase compliance to long-term reductions in energy intake, it is proposed that manipulating the pattern of food intake to favourably alter the profile of gastrointestinal peptides would lead to better dietary control.
Both paracetamol and caffeine are regarded as being well tolerated when used at therapeutic doses and there is a low risk of serious expected or serious unexpected adverse events with these products when taken either alone or in combination. Clinical data demonstrate that paracetamol combined with caffeine significantly out performs paracetamol alone. Paracetamol/caffeine formulations are well established globally. Such formulations are marketed in over 90 countries and have been available unscheduled ranging from 14 years to 25 years. Cumulative post-marketing experience to date with the sponsor’s paracetamol/caffeine combination products is estimated to be in excess of 488 million patients and has revealed no adverse safety signals or reasons for concern with the use of this product in an open sale environment.
Solcoseryl: Derived from calves’ blood and is believed to speed up healing of damaged or injured tissues, solcoseryl is currently used in humans as eye gel for corneal ulcers, a jelly/ointment for gangrene and bedsores, burns and wound healing, and inflammation of gums, lips and mouth ulcers. No major adverse effects been reported. Solcoseryl is not specifically banned under WADA as a substance but can potentially be banned as a method depending on how the substance is administered and how much is used.

Peptide supplementation is fast becoming Australia’s solution to a variety of health, fitness, and age-related concerns. Peptides have been around long before the recent media brought it to our attention through use in elite sport. The simple science of amino acids linked together, via peptide bonds, brings to life this now common word—peptides. Some of the benefits that peptides can assist you with during your journey to health and wellbeing include:

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