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What Is the Relationship Between Peptide And We Humans?

What is the relationship between peptide and we humans? In the past few decades, the research of polypeptide has made great progress. Now scientists have made a clearer understanding of polypeptides. Scientists have found that peptides have a very important and irreplaceable role in regulating the human body, which involves almost all physiological activities of the human body. Such as nerve, digestion, absorption, metabolism, circulation, growth, reproduction, endocrinology and so on. 

There have been many studies on the development of drugs and healthy foods. The insulin we are familiar with is a polypeptide. Oxytocin and vasopressin are all polypeptide hormones. In a highly rhythmic and highly stressful society, people with abnormal sleep are expanding, and hypnotic peptides are the best choice because they have no side effects. 

Other effective drugs, such as diabetes, gastric ulcers, pancreatitis, dwarfism, and gallbladder contraction, are all peptides. For human immune system, peptides are more important and direct, such as protein peptide, soybean peptide, etc., which can rapidly activate macrophages and T cells, so as to improve the level of human cellular immunity and prevent infection caused by coronavirus like SARS.