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In total, there are 20 different amino acids. They all have vastly different properties and exert different effects within the system.

Whilst a protein may contain 50 or more amino acids, the balance of the amino acids it contains ultimately determines what kind of impact it will have on the body.

The same goes for peptides too; amino acids can lead to everything from CNS (Central Nervous System) responses to the replenishment and evolution of organ tissue and muscle cells.

We can only synthesise 11 of these 20 amino acids on our own using our internal mechanisms; we need to source the other 9 (known as essential amino acids because they are essential components of our nutritional intake) from food meaning that the spectrum of benefits on offer by the proteins and peptides we naturally produce are somewhat resigned to the effects on offer with these 11 acid types only.

Bioengineering allows us to combine these 11 man made amino acids with any number of the other 9 essential amino acids to produce compounds that are capable of exerting varying effects on the body.

Not only that, but we can actually choose to alter the structure of either essential or nonessential amino acids, further manipulating the effects they can exert.

Regardless of the manner in which a peptide or protein is created (either naturally occurring or unnaturally synthesises in a laboratory) the crux of the entire operational efforts of these molecules is indeed the amino acid code contained within.

As previously stated, these individual acids can lead to any one of several responses within the body combining them together can exert either multiple or one primary effect.

Its still not entirely known how certain amino acid sequences can lead to certain effects occurring.

Being that amino acids are considered to be the building blocks of the human body, it is perhaps possible that each and every hormone / enzyme contains its own unique amino acid code, and once discovered, the effects of said hormone or enzyme can be recreated / replicated.

That certainly appears to be the case in this instance, because the 29 amino acid code contained within sermorelin directly mimics the effects of growth hormone releasing hormone.

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