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Maxim Peptide Celebrates Second Anniversary Online with an Updated Website and Special Deals Section
Date:7/11/2014

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., July 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Maxim Peptide, a website that features a wide variety of high-quality peptides that are used solely in scientific experiments, is currently celebrating its second anniversary online. To honor two successful years in business, Maxim Peptide, which was created by the founders of JNS Performance LLC, has just launched a new and updated website that now features a special deals section. In addition, the research blog section has been updated with fascinating articles about peptide research, including a new series on antibodies.

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For researchers who are looking for top-quality peptides for their experiments, the founders of Maxim Peptide pride themselves on offering the best possible products.

As an article on the Maxim Peptide website explains, peptides are used in a research setting in a variety of ways. For example, peptides can be designed to interact with certain tissues or cells, and are then given the chance to bond or break. Researchers will use this data to determine the biological process that is completed, as well as the success of the function.

"The ability to create peptides with sound bonds is essential both to natural peptides formed by the body and synthetic peptides that are applied to animals for research purposes," the article explained, add that the sooner a chemical bond within a peptide is broken, the shorter the effective life of the peptide will be.

One of Maxim Peptide's most popular peptide research products is called IGF-1 LR3. Researchers worldwide have used this peptide from Maxim Peptide and have found it to perform exceptionally well  in the lab. It is often used in scientific research on liver secretions in animals, and the
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