Marrow Peptide Bioregulator is used for the haematopoietic system that's crucial for the formation of the
blood cellular components
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Bonomarlot is a peptide bioregulator
that's used for improving the haematopoietic system and the bone marrow. The haematopoietic system produce stem
cells that result in the formation of blood cellular components. Bonomarlot offers the following
Helps the functioning of the bone
Protects the haematopoietic
Has the same role as peptide bioregulators developed in the body
There are no adverse side
The bone marrow is the flexible tissue found inside of bones, which
produces the red blood cells in the heads of long bones. This process of creating blood cells is known as
hematopoiesis, hence the name of haematopoietic system.
As a key component of the lymphatic system, bone marrow produces
lymphocytes that support the body's immune system. Bonomarlot peptide bioregulator helps the
proper function of bone marrow.
What is a peptide bioregulator?
Peptides are small biological molecules, consisting of two or more
amino acids. When a molecule has up to 50 amino acids, it's considered to be a peptide. Larger molecules of 50 or
more amino acids are called proteins.
Being smaller molecules and with shorter chains of amino acids than
proteins, peptides can enter the blood through the digestive system, to initiate protein synthesis. This synthesis
initiates cell repair and regeneration.
Each organ and gland in the body has its own unique peptide
bioregulator. With age these peptides become less active, resulting in tissues not being repaired. Being small and
easier to absorb through the stomach, peptide bioregulators have the ability to interact directly with cell DNA.
This enables them to start tissue repair and regenerations in specific body organs and