High Purity Peptides Argpressin Acetate Argipressin
Argipressin is a hormone secreted by cells of the hypothalamic nuclei and stored in the posterior pituitary for release as necessary; it stimulates contraction of the muscular tissues of the capillaries and arterioles, raising the blood pressure, and increases peristalsis, exerts some influence on the uterus, and influences resorption of water by the kidney tubules, resulting in concentration of urine. Its rate of secretion is regulated chiefly by the osmolarity of the plasma.
Arginine vasopressin, also Argipressin Acetate known as vasopressin, is an important neurotransmitter in the central nervous system. It is a 9-peptide hormone secreted by the hypothalamic supraoptic nucleus (SON) and paraventricular Argipressin Acetate nucleus (PVN) AVP neurons. It is closely related to the body's body fluid metabolism, blood volume, cardiovascular function, body temperature balance, learning and memory, and adrenocortical hormone secretion.
It has important physiological functions in the body water reabsorption, vasoconstriction, adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) secretion, memory, etc., and has the effects of raising blood pressure, resisting diuresis, participating in memory, limiting fever and promoting fever.
At the same time, it also has a wide range of cardiovascular effects, such as regulating water and sodium retention and vasoconstriction, directly regulating cardiomyocytes, participating in cardiac hypertrophy, myocardial fibrosis, and arrhythmia. Has been successfully used in the treatment of vasodilatory shock, cardiopulmonary cerebral resuscitation, diabetes insipidus and hemorrhagic diseases.
This depends on your body weight. All of the research carried out so far has used rodent studies, the rats and mice are usually injected with an effective dosage thought to be around 10 μg (mcg) per KG, in humans this is thought to be around the equivalent loading of 1.6 μg per KG in humans, so if you are: