Carnosine Impurities and its Related Products

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Carnosine is a naturally occurring dipeptide found in various tissues of animals, including humans. However, like all substances, it can contain impurities that can affect its purity and quality. Carnosine impurities can come from various sources, including manufacturing processes, storage conditions, and even degradation. These impurities can affect the stability, pharmacological activity, and safety of the substance, and should be carefully monitored and controlled to ensure the purity and quality of the product.


CAT No. : CS-O-46162
Mol F. : C9H13N5O4
Mol W. : 255.23 g/mol
Cas No. : Not Available
Stock : Enquire