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Raw MT2 (Melanotan-II) powder (121062-08-6)

Raw MT2 (Melanotan-II) powder is a synthetic cyclic heptapeptide, an analog of alpha-melanotropin (4,10); capable of………


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Raw MT2 (Melanotan-II) powder (121062-08-6) Description

Melanotan II (MT-2) is a synthetic peptide, the analogue of a natural hormone that enhances the melanocortin tan (the production of melanin through melanocytes, which determines and makes it possible to tan), thus reducing the risk of sun damage and other harmful effects of solar radiation and solarium.

This peptide MT-2 is a designed to highly stimulate the body’s response to uv ray exposure, because melanin production is supercharged minimum sun exposure is required to gain maximum tanning effect. This is ideal solution for those with fair skin to get tanned without having to spend weeks in the sun and going through the burn and heal process.

MT2 users experience much quicker tanning and faster healing of sun damaged skin cells. Because of this, melanotan II it is especially suited to those who’s skin is pale (skin type 1 & 2) and are prone to burning in the sun.

As for Melanotan II dosage,the standard reception procedure implies taking a single dose of Melanotan II injection in the amount of 1 mg (exact calculation per kilogram is not required, as the doses vary widely), start with 250mkg a day and within 4 days add another 250mkg gradually. On the fourth day increase the dose up to 1mg and stick to this level until the desired tan is achieved. More details about buy Melanotan II (MT-2) online, please do not hesitate to talk with us-peptide supplier.

 

Raw MT2 (Melanotan-II) powder (121062-08-6) Specifications

Product Name Raw MT2 (Melanotan-II) powder
Chemical Name Melanotan II; MelanotanII;

(3S,6S,9R,12S,15S,23S)-12-((1H-imidazol-5-yl)methyl)-3-((1H-indol-3-yl)methyl)-15-((S)-2-acetamidohexanamido)-9-benzyl-6-(3-guanidinopropyl)-2,5,8,11,14,17-hexaoxo-1,4,7,10,13,18-hexaazacyclotricosane-23-carboxamide

Sequence Ac-Nle-cyclo(Asp-His-DPhe-Arg-Trp-Lys)-NH2
Brand Name N/A
Drug Class Peptide
CAS Number 121062-08-6
InChIKey JDKLPDJLXHXHNV-MFVUMRCOSA-N
Molecular Formula C50H69N15O9
Molecular Weight 1024.198 g/mol
Monoisotopic Mass 1023.54 g/mol
Melting Point  >181°C (subl.)
Freezing Point ≥17.0
Biological Half-Life 33 hour
Color White
Solubility  Soluble in DMSO
Storage Temperature   –20 °C
Application Melanotan II acetate salt has been used to study its inhibitory effects on feeding and energy expenditure in rats.

Melanotan II Acetic Acid Salt, is a lab-made chemical that is similar to a hormone found in people. Melanotan II has been shown to have melanogenesis (tanning) and aphrodisiac effects on humans.

 


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References & product citations

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References

  1. Wessells, H., Levine, N., Hadley, M. E., Dorr, R., & Hruby, V. (2000). Melanocortin receptor agonists, penile erection, and sexual motivation: human studies with Melanotan II. International journal of impotence research12(S4), S74.
  2. Evans-Brown, M., Dawson, R. T., Chandler, M., & McVeigh, J. (2009). Use of melanotan I and II in the general population.
  3. Nelson, M. E., Bryant, S. M., & Aks, S. E. (2012). Melanotan II injection resulting in systemic toxicity and rhabdomyolysis. Clinical Toxicology50(10), 1169-1173.
  4. Heijboer, A. C., Van Den Hoek, A. M., Pijl, H., Voshol, P. J., Havekes, L. M., Romijn, J. A., & Corssmit, E. P. (2005). Intracerebroventricular administration of melanotan II increases insulin sensitivity of glucose disposal in mice. Diabetologia48(8), 1621-1626.
  5. Breindahl, T., Evans‐Brown, M., Hindersson, P., McVeigh, J., Bellis, M., Stensballe, A., & Kimergård, A. (2015). Identification and characterization by LC‐UV‐MS/MS of melanotan II skin‐tanning products sold illegally on the Internet. Drug testing and analysis7(2), 164-172.
  6. Li, G., Zhang, Y., Wilsey, J. T., & Scarpace, P. J. (2004). Unabated anorexic and enhanced thermogenic responses to melanotan II in diet-induced obese rats despite reduced melanocortin 3 and 4 receptor expression. Journal of Endocrinology182(1), 123-132.