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CAS No.: CAS 57-85-2

HS Code: Einecs No: 200-351-1

Molecular Formula: Molecular formula:C22H32O3

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End Time: 2017/10/22


Testosterone Propionate
CAS 57-85-2 Testosterone Propionate

Alias: Testoviron;sterandryl;Agovirin;Testosterone Propionate,Androlin,testosterone 17-propionate
Purity : 98.25% CAS Registry Number: 57-85-2
Einecs No: 200-351-1 Molecular formula:C22H32O3
Molecular weight:344.49 Melting point:118-123°C
Grade : Pharmaceutical Grade
Storage: Shading, confined preservation
Drug Class: Injectable Anabolic Androgenic Steroid
Solubility :This product is soluble in chloroform (50 mg/ml). It is also soluble in various oils. The oil solutions can be sterilized by maintaining at 150 deg C for 1 hour. It is practically insoluble in water, soluble 1 in 6 of ethanol, 1 in 4 of acetone, 1 in 20 of ethyl oleate, and 1 in 30 of propylene glycol. The product is incompatible with alkalis and oxidizing agents and it should be protected from light.
Usage : Testosterone propionate can be used as pharmaceutical material. It acts much faster than other testosterone esters such as cypionate or enanthate, and requires a much more frequent dosing schedule, in order to maintain stable blood levels. The main function of Testosterone propionate is to promote metabolism. Anabolic effects include growth of muscle mass and strength, enhancement of bone density and strength, and stimulation of linear growth and bone maturation.

Testosterone propionate has been used for studying its effects on pregnant ewes.

Testosterone Propionate is the shortest commonly ester attached to the Testosterone hormone. This means it takes your body the least amount of time to rid itself of the ester and release the parent hormone into the body. Due to its short active life, testosterone propionate typically needs to be injected every other day at a minimum. Anecdotally, testosterone propionate causes the least side effects and the least bloating; these side effects usually subside very quickly when use is ceased.

Androgens direct the development of the male phenotype during embryogenesis and at puberty. Testosterone is an androgen that is secreted by the testis. This hormone is converted to dihydrotestosterone in the target tissues where it regulates several biological functions. Testosterone propionate has been synthetically derived from a plant. This product has extended and faster-acting functions when compared to other testosterone esters.

Testosterone Propionate is the shortest-estered testosterone product available. There are some advantages and disadvantages to this. The major disadvantage is that users will have to inject Test Prop at least every other day throughout its cycle to get proper results. The advantages, however, are less bloating and water retention that longer-estered products and because there is less ester in each vial, there is more actual testosterone per injection, which brings better results.
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