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L-Arginine hydrochloride

Catalog No. T0670   CAS 1119-34-2
Synonyms: (S)-(+)-Arginine hydrochloride, L-Arginine HCl (L-Arg), L-arginine monohydrochloride

L-Arginine hydrochloride is a nitrogen donor for synthesis of nitric oxide.

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L-Arginine hydrochloride Chemical Structure
L-Arginine hydrochloride, CAS 1119-34-2
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Description L-Arginine hydrochloride is a nitrogen donor for synthesis of nitric oxide.
In vitro In individuals with sickle cell anemia, oral administration of L-Arginine (0.1 g/kg) significantly reduces pulmonary arterial systolic pressure after 5 days. Continuous treatment with L-Arginine (4 mg/kg per minute for 1 hour) in rabbit limbs subjected to regional ischemia/reperfusion reduced superoxide production by cNOS, thereby increasing NO accumulation. In SV-129 mice, subcutaneous injection of L-Arginine (2 mg/kg) resulted in the upregulation of eNOS.
In vivo Treatment with L-Arginine (0.3 mM) for 30 minutes significantly increases nitric oxide (NO) production in bovine aortic endothelial cells exposed to n-LDL and oxidized-LDL.
Synonyms (S)-(+)-Arginine hydrochloride, L-Arginine HCl (L-Arg), L-arginine monohydrochloride
Molecular Weight 210.66
Formula C6H15ClN4O2
CAS No. 1119-34-2


Powder: -20°C for 3 years | In solvent: -80°C for 1 year

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DMSO: Insoluble

H2O: 10 mM

TargetMolReferences and Literature

1. Vergnani L, et al. Circulation, 2000, 01(11), 1261-1266. 2. Huk I, et al. Circulation, 1997, 96(2), 667-675. 3. Morris CR, et al. Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 2003, 168(1), 63-69. 4. Bakker J, et al. Crit Care Med, 2004, 32(1), 1-12. 5. Yamada M, et al. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab, 2000, 20(4), 709-717.

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