Russian scientists have developed a supermolecule that can speed up human tissue regeneration
Russian scientists said they have artificially produced a unique molecule that can rapidly regenerate damaged human tissue, boasting both antibacterial and antiviral defenses, as well as stem cell growth stimulation.
The peptide, Acegram, was developed at a laboratory in the Russian Ural city of Chelyabinsk.
The molecule is said to have a very strong regenerating effect due to attracting healthy cells to injured, irritated areas in the human body.
When used to cure an injury, Acegram "removes purulent inflammation by killing germs, which reduces the acute phase of inflammation... it enhances proliferation, accelerating the growth of tissue," Russian scientists have developed a supermolecule that can speed up human tissue regeneration -- Science & Technology -- Sott.net