found this, pretty classic....you know with all those people who talked sh*t about how my dates where sooo off
"Successful cloning of the EPO gene in 1983  allowed for the large-scale production of rhEPO and its subsequent clinical use
and this is what i have been asking recently to you and all the OTHER so called EPO experts on here. natural EPO has a set molecular structure. rhEPO has DIFFERENT structures, thus would cause them to bind to DIFFERENT protein receptors in the CELLS or am i way off?
"Epoetins alfa and beta, both produced by Chinese hamster ovary cells, have minor structural differences but the same physiological effects"
well this was 2008 study, that LAST one i posted was from 2016? and it said there was NOTICEABLE mitochondrial CHANGES
scroll down to page 7, and see what i mean.
or this one, i didnt even try to browse it too much, but saw this and that was enough to think there is more in the research that again makes a POINT...NATURAL EPO and rhEPO have different abilities
"Human serum EPO emerged as a broad band after sodium dodecyl sulfate–polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, with an apparent molecular weight slightly smaller than that of recombinant hEPO (rhEPO)"
but im sure this is all pointless cause its not what rekrunner thinks