Thymulin is a nonapeptide produced by two distinct epithelial populations in the thymus first described by Bach in 1977.
The hormone is believed to be involved in T-cell differentiation and enhancement of T and NK cell actions. Besides this rather paracrine or auto-organic effects on the thymus-dependent immune system, Thymulin seems to have neuroendocrine effects as well.
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