european research peptides

Aicar - 50 mg

Aicar - 50 mg
Aicar - 50 mg
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Molecular formula: C9H15N4O8P

Molecular weight338.211162

Synonyms: Z-nucleotide, 5-amino-4-imidazolecarboxamide ribotide, aminoimidazole carboxamide ribonucleotide


AICA ribonucleotide (AICAR) 

The peptide AICA Ribonucleotide, also known as ZMP, Acadesine, or 5-Aminoimdazole-4-carboxamide ribonucleotide, is an intermediate in the generation of inosine monophosphate.  It plays a vital role in the metabolism regulation.


How AICA Ribonucleotide Works

According to scientific study that has been based on animal test subjects, AICA Ribonucleotide’s functionality is linked to preventing the production of the enzymes Adenosine kinase (ADK) and Adenosine deaminase (ADA).  This process ultimately acts to stimulate glucose uptake and boost the activity of p38 mitogen-activated protein kinases α and β in skeletal and muscular tissue.  Along the way, it has been shown to block apoptosis by lowering the production of oxygen compounds that are located within the cell.  These processes ultimately lead to boost in blood flow regulation, which in turn enables an animal test subject to experience an improved rate of homeostasis.


AICA Ribonucleotide and Improved Processes

AICA Ribonucleotide’s functionality has allowed scientific study that has been based on animal test subjects has been able to determine that the peptide could be responsible for several boosted functional processes, such as a boost of endurance and an increase at the rate adipose tissue is broken down.  It has also been determined that the peptide’s capacity to increase blood flow can allow it to be a theoretic treatment in the aftermath of an ischemic injury.


Only for Research Purposes

Despite the fact that an extensive amount of study and research has been done in order to pinpoint the overall functionality of AICA Ribonucleotide, it needs to be emphasized that all of the research that has been conducted in conjunction with the peptide has only been constructed around scientific studies that have been based on animal test subjects.  Any findings or observations relating to AICA Ribonucleotide’s overall functionality should be exclusively contained to a strictly controlled environment such as a laboratory or a medical research facility.