Spermine (71-44-3)

August 16, 2022

Spermine (Gerontine, Neuridine, Musculamine) is a polyamine involved in cellular metabolism found in all eukaryotic cells.It is a major natural intracellular compound capable of protecting DNA from free radical attack. It is essential for cell growth in both normal and neoplastic tissue.


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Chemical information of Spermine 71-44-3

Product NameSpermine
Chemical nameN1,N4-Bis(3-aminopropyl)butane-1,4-diamine
CAS Number71-44-3
Drug ClassNA
InChI KeyPFNFFQXMRSDOHW-UHFFFAOYSA-N
SMILEC(CCNCCCN)CNCCCN
Molecular FormulaC10H26N4
Molecular Weight202.34
Monoisotopic Mass202.21574685
Melting Point28 to 30 °C
Boiling Point150.1 °C; 302.1 °F; 423.2 K at 700 Pa
Elimination half-lifeThe half-life of cellular spermine was calculated to be approximately 24 h in Arabidopsis and 36-48 h in poplar.
Coloryielding a clear, colorless to light yellow solution.
Solubilitysoluble in water
Spermine Storage tempStore at room temperature.

Solutions of spermine free base are readily oxidized.

Solutions are most stable if prepared in degassed

water and stored in frozen aliquots, under argon or

nitrogen gas.

ApplicationSpermine has widely used in the anti-aging dietary supplements and sports nutritions

 


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