The decapeptide CMS001 enhances swimming endurance in mice.

@article{Wang2008TheDC,
  title={The decapeptide CMS001 enhances swimming endurance in mice.},
  author={Li Wang and Hua-li Zhang and Rong Lu and Yan-Jiao Zhou and Rui Ma and Jun-qiang Lv and Xiao-lei Li and Lijuan Chen and Zhi Juan Yao},
  journal={Peptides},
  year={2008},
  volume={29 7},
  pages={1176-82}
}
Now peptides achieve distinct advantages over protein in biological application because of its quick and easy absorption, low power, and high activity. Some bioactive peptides had been developed to be used in the management of exercise-related disorders. In this study, we investigated whether the decapeptide CMS001 (Pro-Thr-Thr-Lys-Thr-Tyr-Phe-Pro-His-Phe) isolated from pig spleen had anti-fatigue effects. Male Balb/c mice were administered CMS001 (20 microg/(kgd)(-1) or 5 microg/(kgd)(-1) for… CONTINUE READING