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|Chemical Name::||Sarcosine||CAS No. ::||107-97-1|
|Molecular Formula::||C3H7NO2||Assay::||≥ 98%|
|Standard::||USP/AJJ/FCCIV||Melting Point ::||204-212 ° C|
Sarcosine/N-methylglycine Sarcosine acid Information
Chemical Name: Sarcosine
CAS No. :107-97-1
[Synonyms]: N-methylglycine Sarcosine acid, (methylamino)-acetic acid
Molecular formula: C3H7NO2
Molecular Weight: 89.09
Assay: ≥ 98%
Melting point :204-212 ° C
Specific rotation: ≤ 0.5%
Appearance: white crystalline powder, almost odorless, slightly sweet, the deliquescence performance soluble in water slightly soluble in ethanol, insoluble in ether.
Packaging: 25kg / drum
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Sarcosine/N-methylglycine Sarcosine acid Pictures
Sarcosine/N-methylglycine Sarcosine acid Description
Sarcosine (N-methylglycine) is a natural amino acid found in biological tissues that may have significant nootropic and testosterone boosting properties. This sweet-to-the-taste amino acid occurs naturally as as an intermediate in the conversion of choline to glycine, and is also a byproduct of glycine breakdown.
Sarcosine is present in almost all biological materials, has no known toxicities and is found in many common foods such as turkey, legumes, ham and eggs. Not only is sarcosine critical to the synthesis and composition of muscle, it is the primary metabolic source of components of living cells such as serine, creatine, glutathione and purines.
Specifications of Sarcosine /N-methylglycine Sarcosine acid
|Appearance||White Crystalline powder||White Crystalline powder|
|Clarity & Color of Solution||Clear & Colorless||Clear & Colorless|
|Loss on Drying||≤0.5%||0.30%|
|Residue on Ignition||≤0.1%||0.01%|
|Total plate count||≤1000cfu/g||80cfu/g|
|Conclusion||This product conforms to the enterprise standard|
Functions of Sarcosine /N-methylglycine Sarcosine acids
1.Sarcosine, also known as N-methylglycine, is an intermediate and byproduct in glycine synthesis and degradation.
2.Sarcosine is a natural amino acid found in muscles and other body tissues.
3.Sarcosine is found naturally as an intermediate in the metabolism of choline to glycine.
4.Sarcosine is sweet to the taste and dissolves in water.
5.Sarcosine is used in manufacturing biodegradable surfactants and toothpastes as well as in other applications
Applications of Sarcosine /N-methylglycine Sarcosine acid
Sarcosine is an endogenous amino acid that is a competitive inhibitor of the type 1 glycine transporter (GlyT1), an N-methyl-d-aspartate receptor (NMDAR) co-agonist, and an important intermediate in one-carbon metabolism. Its therapeutic potential for schizophrenia further underscores its clinical importance.
Stocks of Sarcosine