What Is Syn-AKE?
Syn-AKE is a synthetic version of a protein known as Waglerin 1. Waglerin 1, which is 21 amino acids in length, is a protein venom produced by the Malaysian Temple Viper (Tropidolaemus wagleri), a venomous snake found in southeast Asia. The venom of the Temple Viper can paralyze its prey by interfering with signaling between nerves and muscles. Syn-AKE does the same thing but in a controlled form. Syn-AKE is only three amino acids in length, making use of only the active portion of the Waglerin 1 protein. Note the play on the word “snake” in the Syn-AKE (pronounced “Sin ache”) name.
Syn-AKE is a research peptide and still being investigated. Studies in the cosmetic industry have so far found it to be effective in anti-aging creams, lotions, and gels. The man-made chemical is reported to reduce wrinkles and fine lines by relaxing the facial muscles.
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