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Jintropin is the brand name for a synthetic human growth hormone product, which is made by the Chinese company GeneScience.




    • Manufactured by: GeneScience Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
    • Country of origin: China
    • Manufactured since: 1997 – Present
    • Source: 5kits

Jintropin is one of the most potent recombinant Human Growth Hormones on the market today. It is a proper 191 amino acid sequence Somatropin (natural to human body) and is produced by GeneScience Pharmaceutical Co, Ltd.

According to IMS, an internationally recognized marketing firm, Jintropin is the absolute market leader in China with just over 75% of market share. It was first introduced in 1997 when it was the first somatropin brand produced in China.

Jintropin stimulates linear cell growth and increases growth rate in children who lack adequate endogenous growth hormone. In adults with growth hormone deficiency, JINTROPIN improves metabolism which in effect reduces body’s fat storage, raises energy levels, increases muscle mass, vitality and overall well-being.

Jintropin is indicated for patients suffering from severe burns, or recovering after major operation. It is given to AIDS patients to prevent muscle wasting. Children with stunted growth, caused by various illnesses will benefit from growth hormone the most.

Recreational use of growth hormone has been on the rise ever since synthetic variant first came on the 2 decades ago. Bodybuilders brought a lot of publicity to JINTROPIN as it was their favourite brand due to the low price, high quality and availability on the black market. In 2007, when actor Sylvester Stallone was caught with Jintropin by Australian customs, the media attention finally brought trouble to the manufacturer Genescience Pharmaceuticals. Chinese government temporarily revoked Gensci’s licence while charges against the CEO of the company, Mr Jin Lei were brought up in court (Providence, United States). Gensci’s operations have since returned to normal, however Jintropin disappeared from the black market to be replaced by its successor Hypertropin. Nowadays majority of Jintropin on the black market is considered to be counterfeit.

Jintropin is created using secretion technology. Genetically modified E.coli bacteria secrete human body’s identical somatropin which is then isolated and freeze dried. This method produces a very stable form of a molecule, which is otherwise too fragile to survive room temperatures or shaking. When freeze dried it remains stable at 37C (98F degrees) for over 30 days or 45C degrees for over a week.

Side effects of Jintropin

Depending on the dosage and each individual’s response to growth hormone treatment Jintropin produces typical side effects associated with high purity somatropin. These side effects range from requirement to take afternoon “baby” naps, carpal tunnel syndrome, water retention, morning aches and hypoglycemia.

Jintropin Terminology[edit]

There is a chemical entity known as growth hormone. This does differ chemically between species (bovine, ovine, human Growth Hormone). Human Growth hormone is a single chemical entity, and there is no difference between the growth hormone secreted by the pituitary, cadaver growth hormone, or any of the commercial brands currently available. They may differ in source or contaminants, or in the solutions used to dilute them for injection, but the hormone is identical. The formerly available met growth hormone was chemically different, but not biologically different. Be cautious of any site or person using the plural and saying “growth hormones”. There are other hormones involved in growth, such as insulin, thyroxine, and testosterone, but it is misleading to refer to these as “GROWTH HORMONES”, and this pharase is often used to hide the fact that you are not getting human growth hormone at all, but some other hormone. There is no “natural” growth hormone, and this term is a throwback to vitalism. A substance either is or is not growth hormone.Pustelnik 14:40, 8 July 2007 (UTC)

To be nitpicky, there is at least one important difference between secreted and recombinant GH. GH is secreted by the pituitary in a variety of isoforms (the two major ones are 22 and 20 kD) whereas recombinant products are a single 22 kD isoform. The importance of this is that GH in the blood can be measured, and detection of an abnormal ratio of 22 to 20 is the most promising method for detecting athletic doping. Green GA (2006). “Doping control for the team physician: a review of drug testing procedures in sport”. The American journal of sports medicine34 (10): 1690–8. doi:10.1177/0363546506293022PMID 16923823. alteripse 14:58, 8 July 2007 (UTC)

to whoever wants to emphasize cost inflation[edit]

I agree with including the criticism of continued high cost of human GH. I changed the wording for a couple of reasons. “Extremely inflated” is a value judgement and I would rather provide enough info for a reader to decide.

  • Can you provide a ballpark price per mg for animal GH?
  • I have not heard of any animal GH but bovine. Are you sure that synthetic GH is being given to poultry and you are not confusing GH with steroids or antibiotics?
  • I suspect it is not entirely true to claim that production costs for human and animal products are the same, as the FDA has fairly detailed rules on pharmaceutical plants, safety trials for new indications, and such processes as record keeping that are not applicable to animal products but are legitimately part of the production price. alteripse 06:05, 18 Dec 2004 (UTC)
I receive daily injections of recombinant GH. According to my endocrine nurse it costs (the NHS) approximately £3,000 Sterling per annum. One must then factor in the cost of monitoring the condition. 23:20, 30 September 2005 (UTC)

Well I take humatrope (somatropin (rDNA origin) as injections and every month I get (3) 24mg boxes and they cost close to $4000 per month!


Does growth hormone treatment have any readily visible effects? Weight loss aside, I know that it is supposed to help restore reduced bone density, cholesterol levels, blood pressure, etc., but does it have many visible/noticeable superficial benefits? (For instance, in increasing bone mass, would it make a person look simply bigger/larger/bulkier/thicker; would it make a person’s skull and skeleton bigger?) – March 27, 2006

No immediate visible effects. Over several months it will cause an obvious increase in a deficient child’s appetite, can visibly reduce subcutaneous fat, and can cause obvious growth (a cm a month or so, making it obvious the child is outgrowing clothes). Effects in adults are not as well documented and I am speculating somewhat: no immediate effects would be visible during the first months of treatment of a deficient adult, but occasionally there is a mild reduction of excess body fat. Effects in a non-deficient adult would probably be even more subtle. Prolonged use of excessive doses (over years) would presumably begin to thicken soft tissue (hands, feet, nose, etc) and perhaps coarsen the jawline and cause other features of acromegaly.

then do anabolic steroids increase the body’s size (skeletally, that is), muscle mass apart?


This is a huge story and the article is incomplete without it’s mention. As has been the case in so many other industries (automotive is likely next), the Chinese have built a lower-cost mousetrap. Jintropin is about 1/10th the cost and is readily available on the internet. It’s the FIRST significant price drop EVER since gH became the drug d’jour for the anti-aging set.

As an example, someone said they paid 4 grand for THREE 24mg boxes. Google “Jintropin” and you’ll see numerous suppliers offering the equivalent of greater than FOUR 24mg boxes for $500.

Question:If a 15 year old kid with the body weight of 68kg and his height is 172 cm tall,what would be the effects to his body?if he taken these gh and after a while he stoped what would happen?Would he shrink?get a disfunctioned body?If he did have kids wen he was older, would the effect of his son or daughter be normal or different to other kids?Would they disabilities to thier body’s?These are questions i do not no….it would be a great help to me if u got answer them…please…thank you.

At that height and weight, he probably should not take growth hormone at all. Jintropin states that it is recombinant, but it is sold in “units” not milligrams. I’m not sure what the conversion factor is, but with the NPA growth hormone, a “unit” was approximately 0.5 milligrams,Pustelnik 13:46, 8 July 2007 (UTC)

Better answers to anonymous questions: 1 Can’t tell possible growth response without bone age and pubertal data. 2 He would have less of whatever good or bad things the GH had been doing; effect on growth would depend on BA. 3 Yes he would shrink, but usually not until after age 40 unless he had severe untreated deficiency and osteoporosis. 4 There is no known effect of GH on offspring. alteripse 14:16, 8 July 2007 (UTC) PS Units are still commonly used in Europe– North American doctors changed to mg about 1985. alteripse 14:16, 8 July 2007 (UTC)

The head of the Chinese FDA just got sentenced to death for corruption. The makers of Jintropin have not submitted any safety or efficacy data to the US FDA or the equivalent in the European Union, have they? Since the vast majority of people buying Jintropin over the internet are not GH deficient, and have no doctors monitoring their responses, how do you know what is in those vials? I sure as hell would not give it to my child if he had only a few years of remaining growth. Add it to the article when the company begins to play by the rest of the first world’s rules. alteripse 14:16, 8 July 2007 (UTC)

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