Limitless Bone Marrow Bioregulator (Bonomarlot)



Amount Per Capsule

Bonomarlot® bioregulator complex A-20 (bovine bone marrow amino acid) – 10mg*

*Daily Value not established

Other ingredients:

Microcrystalline Cellulose, Gelatin and Calcium Stearate

The protein complex in this product is derived from organ meats sourced from EU-reared beef cattle.

Bonomarlot® Bone Marrow Peptide Bioregulator

Bonomarlot® is a bioregulator derived from peptides naturally found in the bone marrow of young calves. The peptide complex is being investigated for its potential to normalize bone marrow function. Bonomarlot works by potentially addressing peptide deficiencies and stimulating protein synthesis within cells. Early studies suggest that it may support the hematopoietic system, the network responsible for producing blood cells. This, in turn, could lead to a more robust immune response.

Potential Research Applications

Bonomarlot shows promising therapeutic potential across several domains related to bone marrow function and hematopoietic system support. Its applications span a wide range of conditions characterized by compromised bone marrow activity.

Bone marrow, a remarkable spongy tissue cradled within the intricate architecture of bones, plays a pivotal role in hematopoiesis – the formation of blood cells.This soft, spongy material acts as a factory, churning out billions of essential blood cells every day. It harbors stem cells capable of developing into red blood cells for carrying oxygen, white blood cells to combat infections, and platelets that aid in clotting.

In youth, the marrow is rich in these blood-forming cells, gradually transitioning to a more fatty, yellow marrow with age. Disorders like leukemia, aplastic anemia, and myeloproliferative diseases can disrupt this complex process, leading to severe health implications that underscore the importance of continued research into understanding and treating conditions impacting the bone marrow’s role in hematopoiesis.

Bone Healing and Regeneration: There is growing interest in the potential of peptides to promote bone healing. Bone marrow-derived peptides, like those found in Bonomarlot, represent a promising avenue for research in bone regeneration and repair. These peptides could be particularly valuable in addressing challenges like fractures and bone diseases.

Hematopoietic System Support: Bonomarlot may help in regulating the hematopoietic system, which is needed for blood cell production. Studies could investigate its role in supporting patients with anemia or those recovering from treatments that affect bone marrow function.

Immune System Modulation: Bone marrow peptides have been found to influence immune responses. Further research could explore Bonomarlot’s potential in modulating immune functions, particularly in autoimmune disorders or conditions requiring immune support.

Anti-Aging and Cellular Metabolism: Given the role of peptides in protein synthesis and cellular metabolism, Bonomarlot might be studied for its anti-aging properties. Researchers could examine its effects on cellular health and longevity, especially in aging populations.

Cancer Treatment Support: Preliminary studies suggest that bone marrow peptides can aid in the recovery of bone marrow function post-cancer treatment. Investigating Bonomarlot’s potential in this area could provide insights into supportive care for cancer patients.

Therapeutic Areas of Interest

  • Anti-aging
  • Immune system function
  • Cellular regeneration
  • Disease resistance
  • Anemia treatment
  • Polycythemia treatment
  • Bone marrow rejuvenation
  • Hematopoietic system support
  • Recovery from bone marrow damage
  • Endothelial function
  • Support in cancer treatment

Studies of Interest

    1. Strelkov LA, Mikhailova AA, Sapozhnikov AM, Fonina LA, Petrov RV. The bone marrow peptide (myelopeptide-2) abolishes induced by human leukemia HL-60 cell suppression of T lymphocytes. Immunol Lett. 1996 May;50(3):143-7. doi: 10.1016/0165-2478(96)02527-8. PMID: 8803611.

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