Zinc-Thymulin is not just for hair regeneration. Evidence suggests that this powerful peptide also has beneficial effects on immune function.
In one study, Coto and colleagues found that zinc-thymulin stimulates nuclear protein kinase C in isolated lymphocyte nuclei.  Several lines of evidence suggests that nuclear protein kinase C is involved in the regulation of biological processes of the immune system such as immune cell proliferation and maturation, establishment and maintenance of cell polarity (spatial differences in shape, structure, and function within a cell), maintenance of the normal balance between T cells, and regulation of signaling pathways vital for both innate and adaptive immunity. [3-4]
In another study, Haddad investigated the effects of zinc-thymulin in an in vitro model of fetal alveolar type II epithelial cells (FATEII).  FATEII secretes a substance known as surfactant, which is important for lung function. Treatment of FATEII with zinc-thymulin resulted in an anti-inflammatory effect via inhibition of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) pathway. This suggests that zinc-thymulin may exert beneficial effects on immune function by suppressing inflammatory process.
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