Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide - 2
Growth hormone (GH, growth hormone, STH, HGH, somatotropin, somatropin) is the peptide hormone of the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland, which is used in sports to form the muscular relief. Growth hormone or somatotropin (from the Latin soma – body) got its name because in young people it causes a pronounced acceleration of linear (long) growth, mainly due to the growth of long tubular bones of the extremities.
The basal concentration (norm) of growth hormone in the blood is 1-5 ng / ml, during the peaks can rise to 10-20 and even 45 ng / ml.
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