Articles under Peptide Bioregulators


  • Peptide Bioregulators Promote Active and Functional Longevity

    According to a 2012 United Nations estimate, over 300,000 people worldwide had reached their 100th birthday to become centenarians. Of these, a tiny percentage will go on to become supercentenarians, (110 years old and above) who characteristically experience relatively good health and an absence of age-related diseases until shortly before death at a very advanced age.   These enduring individuals are living proof that humans have the potential to live to 100, 110, or 120 ye...
  • Achieving Optimal Health in Humans and Pets

    Recently, I spent hours with a talented businesswoman who values her health and energy. Jill has suffered from adrenal fatigue since arriving at middle age. I told her that most middle-aged people have significantly falling hormone levels and nutrient-absorption difficulties after the age of 40, especially women because they stop ovulating on average at age 41 (2).   I could see that my sharing of scientific information with Jill was not much help in solving her current probl...
  • Alleviating The Symptoms Of An Aging Prostate

    Alleviating the symptoms of an aging prostate By Leslie J. Farer   Growing bald isn't the only unwelcome sign of advancing years; for most men, aging also goes hand in hand with bothersome lower urinary tract symptoms: night time awakenings for trips to the bathroom, the sudden and frequent urge to urinate, painful urination, even erectile dysfunction.   At the root of these issues may be the progressive enlargemen...
  • Aging, Muscles and Exercise

    Aging, muscles and exercise By Dr. Richard Lippman Dear antiaging fans, here is something for you to consider the next time you pound your Nikes on the pavement. A Copenhagen Health Study followed 5,000 Danes for approximately twelve years (1). Their results showed that Danish high-mileage runners died much more readily than did couch potato Danes! On the other hand, moderate joggers did better than couch potatoes. High-mileage runners were defined as those who ran ...
  • The power of the pineal peptide

    The Power of the Pineal Peptide Back in the 1980's, a colonel in the Soviet army Medical Corps was assigned a seemingly impossible, though intriguing task: to come up with a way to protect troops against the risks of modern military weapons, (such as a blinding battlefield laser or radiation exposure) while at the same time regenerate damaged organs and tissues in the event of injury. What he discovered, through experiments supported by the generous funding of the Soviet mil...
  • How to Maintain or Even Improve Your Vision as You Age

    How to Maintain or Even Improve Your Vision as You Age Vision may be the most precious of our five senses. Yet most of us may take it for granted...until it begins to deteriorate with age. As we get older we likely need greater amounts of light to perceive details clearly, and reading glasses to discern fine print which would otherwise be fuzzy. Night driving becomes difficult due to sensitivity from bright lights and glare, and it's challenging to visually adapt to the darkness. Th...
  • Staying toned, tanned and wrinkle free!

    Staying toned, tanned and wrinkle free! I recently enjoyed a pleasant and highly informative interview with Prof. R. from the University of California. Prof. R. has both an MD and JD and has practiced oncology (cancer therapy) for more than thirty years. Out of curiosity, I posed the following question: “Given your extensive background in oncology, how was it possible humans could run naked on the savannas of Africa for over 100,000 years without acquiring skin cancer?”...
  • Influence of Peptide Bioregulators on Morphology of Parenchymatous Organs

    Influence of peptide bioregulators on morphology of parenchymatous organs TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Chapter 1. Ultrasound diagnosis. Method capacities Chapter 2. Effect of Peptide Bioregulators on thyroid gland morphology 2.1. Summary on thyroid gland structure and functions 2.2. Thyroid gland disorders 2.3. Current diagnosis methods of thyroid gland disorders 2.4. Thyroid gland ultrasound...
  • Physiological Role of Short Peptides in Nutrition

    Physiological Role of Short Peptides in Nutrition V.A. Tutel’yan, V. Kh. Khavinson*, and V. V. Malinin* Translated from Byulleten’ Eksperimental ‘noi Biologii i Meditsiny, Vol. 135, No. 1, pp. 4-10, Here we review new data about the physiological role of short peptides and their use as biologically active food additives (parapharmaceutics). Some approaches to the development of peptide preparations for peroral administrations are considered and the mec...
  • Safety of natural peptide bioregulators

    Safety of natural peptide bioregulators Edited by Prof. Vladimir Kh. Khavinson, Associate Member of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences Written by G.A. Ryzhak Safety of Natural Peptide Bioregulators. – St. Petersburg: IKF Foliant, 2002. – 20 p. The proposed scientific publication presents the results of a detailed study on peptide bioregulators isolated from animal organs and tissues and on the risk of their contamina...
  • Is Your Brain Clearing Beta-Amyloid, the Leading Cause of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s?

    Is Your Brain Clearing Beta-Amyloid, the Leading Cause of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s? “When we skip sleep, we may be doing irreparable damage to the brain prematurely aging it. . .” M. Nedergaard, MD Until a few years ago, scientists thought that the brain did its own cleaning and recycling of waste both day and night. However, Professor Steven Coles of Stanford University has established that beta amyloid clearance in seniors is highly inefficient and incom...
  • Is Your Brain Clearing Beta-Amyloid, the Leading Cause of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s?

    Is Your Brain Clearing Beta-Amyloid, the Leading Cause of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s? “When we skip sleep, we may be doing irreparable damage to the brain prematurely aging it. . .” M. Nedergaard, MD Until a few years ago, scientists thought that the brain did its own cleaning and recycling of waste both day and night. However, Professor Steven Coles of Stanford University has established that beta amyloid clearance in seniors is highly inefficient and incom...
  • Peptide regulation of aging

    Peptide regulation of aging Introduction For many years the phenomenon of ageing had been studied within the framework of ethics and social issues. Only in the last century the society realized that the process of ageing should be studied from a different viewpoint, that is, as a special physiologic mechanism bearing a certain evolutionary significance [26,30,67]. Ageing is the most complicate issue in medicine and biology. The process of ageing is a gradual involu...
  • Unique method for restoration of retinal functions in case of different diseases

    Unique method for restoration of retinal functions in case of different diseases Authors Vladimir Khavanson, V.V. Neroev, S.V., Trofimova, Yu.Yu. Osokina This publication is dedicated to the application of a complex of peptide bioregulators being highly effective in treatment of different retinal diseases (diabetic retinopathy, pigment retinitis, age-related macular degeneration etc.). It ...
  • The Grim Reaper Came Knocking and I Answered by Correcting my Hormones and Peptides!

    The Grim Reaper Came Knocking and I Answered by Correcting my Hormones and Peptides! By Dr. Richard Lippman Death came calling when I suffered a minor arrhythmia. My damaged youth started when my close friends pushed me aside and sometimes retorted with irritating comments. I hadn’t realized how negative I had become and its unwelcome effects upon my friends. My neurosurgeon colleague diagnosed me with Asperger’s syndrome (a form of autism), but he had only part...
  • List of the Main International Publications

    List of the main International Publications Monographs: 1.   Vladimir Kh. Khavinson. Peptides and Ageing. // Neuroendocrinology Letters. - Vol. 23, Suppl. 3, Special Issue. - 2002. - 144 p. 2.   Khavinson V.Kh., Malinin V.V. Gerontological Aspects of Genome Peptide Regulation. // Basel (Switzerland): Karger AG. - 2005. - 104 p. 3.   Khavinson V.Kh. Peptidergic regulation of ageing. // SPb.: Humanist...
  • List of the Main Foreign Patents

      List of the Main Foreign Patents   № Patent № Title Authors Country, year o...
  • Clinical Study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator Vladonix

    Vladonix® A report of the results of clinical study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator of thymus origin: The biologically active peptide bioregulator Vladonix® contains a complex of low-molecular peptides with molecular weight up to 10000 Da, isolated from thymus of young animals - calves aged up to 12 months. Vladonix® is manufactured in ...
  • Clinical Study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator Ventfort

    Ventfort® A report of the results of clinical study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator of blood vessel origin: The biologically active peptide bioregulator Ventfort® contains a complex of low-molecular peptides with molecular weight up to 10000 Da, isolated from the vascular (aorta) tissue of young animals - calves aged up to 12 months. Ventfort...
  • Clinical Study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator Svetinorm

    Svetinorm® A report of the results of clinical study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator of liver origin: Biologically Active Food Additive Svetinorm® is a complex of low-molecular peptides with molecular weight up to 10 000 Da, isolated from liver of young animals - calves aged up to 12 months. Isolated peptides possess tissue-specific action to liver cells, t...
  • Clinical Study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator Suprefort

    Suprefort® A report of the results of clinical study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator of pancreas origin: The biologically active peptide bioregulator Suprefort® is a complex of low-molecular peptides with molecular weight up to 10000 Da, isolated from pancreas of young animals - calves aged up to 12 months. Isolated peptides possess tissue-specific action to pancreas ...
  • Clinical Study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator Sigumir

    Sigumir® A report of the results of clinical study of the biologically Active peptide bioregulator of cartilage origin: The biologically active food additive Sigumir® contains a complex of low-molecular peptides with molecular weight up to 5000 Da, isolated from cartilaginous tissue of young animals - calves aged up to 12 months. Sigumir® is manufacture...
  • Clinical Study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator Pielotax

    Pielotax® A report of the results of clinical study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator of kidney origin: The biologically active peptide bioregulator Pielotax contains a complex of low-molecular peptides with molecular weight up to 5000 Da, isolated from kidneys of young animals - calves aged up to 12 months.   Pielotax is manu...
  • Clinical Study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator Endoluten

    Endoluten® A report of the results of clinical study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator of pineal origin: The biologically active peptide bioregulator Endoluten contains a complex of low-molecular peptides with molecular weight up to 5000 Da, isolated from glandulapinealis (epiphysis/ pineal) of young animals - calves aged up to 12 months. Endoluten is manufactur...
  • Clinical Study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator Chitomur

    Chitomur® A report of the results of clinical study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator of urinary origin: The biologically active peptide bioregulator Chitomur contains a complex of low-molecular peptides with molecular weight up to 5000 Da, isolated from the tissues of the urinary bladder wall of young animals - calves aged up to 12 months.   Chitomur is...
  • Clinical Study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator Cerluten

    Cerluten® A report of the results of clinical study of the biologically active peptide bioregulator of brain origin: The biologically active peptide bioregulator Cerluten® contains a complex of low-molecular peptides with molecular weight up to 10 000 Da, isolated from CNS of young animals - calves aged up to 12 months. Cerluten® is manufactured in the form of capsules with ...
  • The role of peptide bioregulators interview with Vladimir Khavinson

    The remarkable role of peptide bioregulators for human health (An interview with Professor Vladimir Khavinson) In this interview, the current President of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, (European Region) and Head of the St. Petersburg Institute of Bioregulation and Gerontology, Professor Vladimir Khavinson, discusses with Phil Micans the role of peptide bioregulators and their ability to create a protective biological reserve for he...
  • The New Russian Peptide Revolution

    The New Russian Peptide Revolution I was in Geneva at the Swiss antiaging congress in 2010 when I first heard Professor Vladimir Khavinson discuss this new peptide technology. As I began to try and comprehend the enormous consequences of his lecture, I will admit that at first I was apprehensive and found myself asking questions; was it too good to be true? Why hadn’t we heard anything like it before? So, as often in life, it seemed best to ‘sit on the fence’ and ‘w...