CITOGENS (SYNTHESIZED PEPTIDES) are physiologically active short peptides; they are synthesized combinations of 2-3 amino acids. Citogens have a faster action compared to extract peptides - CITOMAX peptides. By reducing peptide deficiency within organs and restoring protein synthesis, Citogens regulate work and functionality of organs and slow down the ageing process. These peptides can be easily combined with other supplements and medicines and should be used in addition to conventional medical treatment.
Based on the analysis of the amino acid sequence of the polypeptides of complexes extracted from animal organs and tissues, created by a short peptide chain containing from 2 to 4 amino acids. These chains are copies of the "active sites" of the most significant in the group of polypeptides contained in animal extracts. It is possible to create a new class of drugs - parapharmaceutical, generally referred to as Citogens. Since Citogens, unlike extracts (group of polypeptides), contain one kind of molecules (most significant short peptide), they are recommended for use in the initial stages of peptide therapy as well as to conduct short courses (10 days, 3-4 times a year) the prevention of premature aging. Therefore, citogens as well as citomaxes completely natural products but have a smaller set of amino acids.