MGF C-terminal has a molecular formula C121H200N42O39 and a molecular mass of 2.889-kilo Daltons. Recent research reveals that MGF plays a crucial role in the physiological functions and the lack of expression. One of the main aspects of MGF C – terminal is ability to be a potent neuroprotective and studies have shown that copies of MFC cDNA, are expressed in plasmid vector which in turn protect the facial neurons when nerve damage occurs. Some of the instances in which this can occur include sarcopenia, and age related conditions, studies reveals that the young populace can respond well to MGF C- terminal however, the hormone is not approved for human consumption because consequent studies and research are still underway.
The MGF E peptide and IGF-1 action are important in signaling the H9C2 myocardial like cells, which in turn undergoes transcription and translation to generate new myoblasts. Which blocks the IGF-1 synthesis but fails to block the action of MGF E peptide action.