Pharmacological action – somatotropic.
It interacts with specific membrane receptors, increases the intracellular content of cAMP, activates protein kinases and protein synthesis. Strengthens bone metabolism and accelerates linear skeletal growth, maintains normal body structure, stimulates muscle growth, muscle strength, cardiac output, and promotes fat mobilization. It increases the serum concentration of insulin, insulin-like growth factor (IRF-1), and its binding protein (IRFSB-3). The number of LDL-binding receptors in the liver increases, and the lipid and lipoprotein profile in serum changes. It inhibits the release of sodium, potassium and phosphorus, increases physical resistance, regulates the balance of neurotransmitters in the brain, improves memory and increases vitality.
It stimulates growth and increases body weight.
Somatropin synthesized by molecular cloning is fully contained in the genatropin preparation, being an intensive regulator of the metabolic process. It has a great effect on the metabolism of substances similar to organic fats, proteins, simple and complex sugars in the body. This hormone supports the entire constitution of the body, its focused purpose is to induce all available muscles to grow and normalize the metabolic process. In particular, the subcutaneous adipose tissue that accumulates around the abdominal organs is sensitive to somatotropin. The synthesized hormone increases the serum concentration of the single-chain proteins IGF1 and IGF2, thus improving general health and slowing down the human aging process. In addition, the use of the drug has an improved interaction in the water-salt metabolism, stimulating liver receptors to the formation of low-density lipoproteins, which helps prevent pathologies such as:
- congestive heart failure with excess blood in the liver.
Due to its unique pharmaceutical effects on the human body, growth hormone has only positive reviews, providing the following effects:
- activation of muscle tissue growth,
- decreased body fat,
- accelerated wound healing
- activation of bone growth in people under 26 years of age,
- increase in resistance parameters,
- reduction of the decomposition of the main structural element of the muscular human skeleton,
- increased immunity,
- improved metabolism,
- the regeneration of the internal organs.