HGH human growth hormone drug toxicology

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Human growth hormone (hGH) is a peptide hormone composed of 191 amino acids secreted by the growth hormone (GH) secreting cells containing eosinophils in the anterior pituitary gland. This product is a recombinant human growth hormone (rhGH) produced by recombinant E. coli secretion expression technology, and its amino acid content and sequence are identical to human growth hormone. This product is synthesized in E. coli. The synthesis is carried out by a prehormone. The prohormone is composed of a growth hormone naturally present in the bacterium and linked to a signal peptide. The pro-hormone divides in the inner wall of the bacterial cell, releasing the final product identical to the natural growth hormone into the interstitial space, and then only destroys the outer wall of the cell to collect, while the inner wall of the cell remains intact to ensure that the bacterial protein is contaminated with the end product.

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Secreted gene recombinant human growth hormone (rhGH) has the same effect as human endogenous growth hormone, stimulates differentiation and proliferation of osteochondral chondrocytes, stimulates the growth of cartilage stromal cells, stimulates osteoblast differentiation and proliferation, and causes linear growth to accelerate. The bones are widened. Promote systemic protein synthesis, correct negative nitrogen balance after surgery, correct hypoglycemia caused by severe infection and cirrhosis; stimulate immunoglobulin synthesis, stimulate lymphoid tissue, macrophage and lymphocyte proliferation Enhance anti-infective ability; stimulate burn wounds and surgical incision collagen somatic cell fibroblasts, macrophage division and proliferation, accelerate wound healing, promote myocardial protein synthesis, increase myocardial contractility, reduce myocardial oxygen consumption, regulate fat metabolism, reduce Serum cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein levels; supplementation of growth hormone deficiency or deficiency, regulation of adult fat metabolism, bone metabolism, heart and kidney function.