PQQ stands for Pyrroloquinoline quinone. This drug is comparatively new to the health and wellness market and is said to increase energy levels, mental focus, and longevity. It is also known to have antioxidant effects on humans. PQQ protects the nerve cells against damage and also supports proper mitochondrial function. However, the exact effects of PQQ on humans are still unknown.
What is PQQ (Methoxatin disodium salt)?
Molar Mass: 374.17
Assay: ≥97.0% (HPLC)
InChI key: UFVBOGYDCJNLPM-UHFFFAOYSA-L
CAS Number: 122628-50-6
Chemical Formula: C14H4N2Na2O8
Suitable for: Adults
IUPAC Name: disodium;9-carboxy-4,5-dioxo-1H-pyrrolo[2,3-f]quinoline-2,7-dicarboxylate
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PQQ is used in liposomes to establish a simple homogeneous assay for the detection of membrane permeabilization by antimicrobial peptides and synthetic copolymers. In bovine plasma amine oxidase, methoxatin may acts as the cofactor.
PQQ is classified as a nootropic, i.e., it increases brain functions. This drug is comparatively new and has a molar mass of 374.17 g/mol. It is said to promote better mental focus and antioxidant effects on humans. However, the exact effects are still unknown. PQQ should be stored between two to eight degrees celsius.