Growth Factors in cell biology= PE gains?
I have been taking a cell biology course and I currently started a section on growth factors. It got me thinking about their influence on PE. A normal cell-cycle control works like this. In most cases, a cell will divide only if it receives signals from hormone-like molecules called growth factors. EX: if you cut your skin, platelets ( which are cell fragments in the blood that are involved in blood clotting). These platelets accumulate at the wound site and release growth factors custom made for epidermal growth.
I am sure someone probably posted something like this before, but I was wondering if these “growth factors” have anything to do with gaining cock size. I want to research how these growth factors work in are semi-injured penises after a PE session. Is there anyone who could explain in somewhat detail how this process may work, because I have been thinking about this for a few days and I can’t figure out exactly how it may work.
Just a little more back round info on growth factors: Cell cycles are controlled by proteins called cyclin-dependent kinases, or CDK’s for short. A kinase is an enzyme that adds a phosphate group to other proteins, stimulating or inhibiting the activity or the target protein. So what happens when you cut your finger is growth factors bind to receptor sites and stimulate cyclin synthesis. The cyclin’s then bind to the enzymes (CDK’s) and stimulate DNA replication. This is just the bare minimum basics of this process.
Current stats: [7.5 BPEL * 4.9 EG]
GOAL: [8 NBPEL * 6 EG]
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