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THYMOSIN A1

THYMOSIN A1
THYMOSIN A1
THYMOSIN A1
THYMOSIN A1
THYMOSIN A1
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60.00€

DOSAGE

Thymosin Alpha-1 10 mg/vial


PACKAGE CONTENT

1 Box of 1x Vial


WHAT IS IT

Thymosin Alpha-1 is a major component of Thymosin Fraction 5 and is responsible for restoring and modulating immune function, particularly cell mediated immune function.

TA 1 is thought to modulate the immune system by augmenting T-cell function. TA1 may affect thymocytes by stimulating their differentiation or by converting them to active T cells.

It is widely used and studied in multiple types of cancer and viral illnesses also for chronic fatigue and Lyme disease as well as autoimmune function as well.


HOW TO USE

Thymosin Alpha-1 is rapidly absorbed, achieving peak serum concentrations within two hours. Inject 450 mcg one time per day during one month.


STORAGE

Lyophilized (Unmixed)

● Short term - Lyophilized peptides will remain stable at room temperature for 30-60 days. However, upon receipt all peptides should be stored in the refrigerator (under 4C (39F) for maximum stability and longevity. Peptides stored at this temperature can last 1-2 years.
● Long term - If you are not going to use the peptides withing 1-2 months it is preferable to store the peptides in a freezer at -18C (0F). Peptides stored at this temperature can last 2-3 years. Even more preferable for long term storage is freezing at -80C (-112F) in order to preserve the peptides stability long term.

Reconstituted (Mixed)

● Short term - Peptide solutions generally remain stable up to 30 days when stored in the refrigerator at 4C (39F) depending on the length of the peptide sequence and its inherent instability factors.
● Long term - If peptides absolutely must be stored in solution, sterile buffers at pH 5-6 should be used if possible, and the peptide solution should be separated into aliquots to avoid repeated freezing and thawing. Freezing at -80C (-112F) is optimal in order to preserve the peptides stability.

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