- Noopept (N-phenylacetyl-L-prolylglycine ethyl ester) lacks a 2-oxo-pyrollidine nucleus that a true racetam is defined by
- Synthesized in 1996
- Assured Purity: Rigorously tested for quality & purity by third-party Certificate of Analysis*
Noopept Chemical Properties
In animal research, Noopept may increase alpha waves in the brain similarly to the function of Piracetam; however, Noopept also increases beta waves and decreases delta waves. In animals, Noopept is believed to work with acetylcholine and neurotrophin in the brain, although it is not entirely understood (1).
Noopept’s molecular formula is C17H22N2O4 and it has a molecular mass of 318.373 g/mol (2).
It is also known as GVS-111 and the CAS number is 157115-85-0 (2).
Noopept Powder, Capsules and Sublingual
Pure Nootropics offers Noopept in 20 mg capsules or 15 g bulk powder quantities or 60 ml sublingual preparation.
In mice, doses of 10-100 mg/kg did not induce any irreversible toxic changes (3).
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