Synonyms: Atorel;beta-D-Ribofuranoside, hypoxanthine-9;beta-Inosine;Hypoxanthine D-riboside;Hypoxanthine, 9-beta-D-ribofuranosyl-;hypoxanthined-riboside;hypoxanthinenucleoside
Product Categories: Nucleotides and Nucleosides;Antivirals for Research and Experimental Use;Nucleosides and their analogs;Nucleic acids;Nucleotides
Chemical Properties: White crystalline powder
Usage:cell function activator, cardiotonic. Has neuroprotective properties improving axonal wiring. Has been used to treat stroke patients to restore neural function.
What is it?
Inosine is a nucleoside involved in the formation of purines and a compound with possible roles in energy metabolism. Inosine is not an amino acid but is classified as a nucleoside, one of the basic compounds comprising cells. It is a precursor to adenosine, an important energy molecule, and plays many supportive roles in the body, including releasing insulin, facilitating the use of carbohydrate by the heart, and, potentially, participating in oxygen metabolism and protein synthesis.
It is associated with the development of purines, nonprotein nitrogen compounds that have important roles in energy metabolism. It has been suggested that inosine may improve ATP (Adenosine Tri-Phosphate) production in the muscle and thus be of value to strength athletes. It is also thought to enhance oxygen delivery to the muscles which would benefit endurance athletes.
Increased energy levels
Improved endurance performance
Enhanced ATP production
Increased oxygen delivery
Reduced lactic acid accumulation
Helps with Anabolism and Cataboism
Inosine increases the body's natural ability to handle strenuous exercise, workouts, intense training programs, and competitive events. Inosine belongs to a chemical family called purine nucleotides, the structural units of your body's RNA (ribonucleic acid) and DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). Inosine easily penetrates the cell walls of both your cardiac and skeletal muscles there inosine helps the generation of ATP. Inosine boosts the production of ATP thus improving respiration and oxygen transport.