• Agmatine Sulfate

Agmatine Sulfate


Agmatine Sulfate, also known as (4-aminobutyl)guanidine), is an aminoguanidine that was discovered in 1910 by Albrecht Kossel. It is a common natural compound synthesized by decarboxylation of the amino acid arginine, hence also known as decarboxylated arginine.

Agmatine Sulfate has been shown to exert modulatory action at multiple molecular targets, notably: neurotransmitter systems, key ion channels, nitric oxide (NO) synthesis and polyamine metabolism, thus providing bases for further research into potential applications.

Product Name Agmatine Sulfate
Molecular Formula C5H16N4O4S
CAS 2482-00-0
Item Specifications
Appearance White crystalline powder
Assay ≥98.0%
Melting point 228~234 oC
Solubitity Clear
Heavy metals(as Pb) ≤10ppm
Lead(Pb) ≤3.0ppm
Cadmium(Cd) ≤1.0ppm
Mercury(Hg) ≤0.1ppm
Arsenic(As) ≤1.0ppm
Loss on drying ≤0.5%
Residue on ignition ≤0.2%
Individual impurities ≤0.5%
Total impurities ≤1.0%
Bulk density ≥0.35g/ml
Tapped density ≥0.60g/ml
Mesh 100% Pass 60 mesh
Total Plate Count ≤1000cfu/g
Yeast&Mold ≤100cfu/g
E.Coli Negative
Salmonella Negative
Staphylococcus aureus Negative