Industry:nutrition supplement; improve memory
fe.label.delivery_time:3-5 days
Quantities:1kg; 20kg; 25kg
INN (International Nonproprietary Name):
Choline Alfoscerate, L-ALPHA-Glycerophosphoryl choline
Chemical Name:
Choline Alfoscerate, L-ALPHA-Glycerophosphoryl choline
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Product name: Alpha GPCOther name: Choline Alfoscerate, L-ALPHA-Glycerophosphoryl choline;CAS: 28319-77-9Formula: C8H20NO6PMol. Mass: 257.22Appearance: off-white to white crystalline powder or colorless sticky liquid.Assay: 99% powder; 85% liquid; 50% granular powder.Packing: 25kg/drum, 20kg/cartonWhat is Alpha-GPC?L-Alpha glycerylphosphorylcholine (alpha-GPC, choline alfoscerate) is a natural choline compound found in the brain. It is also a parasympathomimetic acetylcholine precursor which may have potential for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.Alpha-GPC is also used as a nootropic dietary supplement to enhance memory and cognition.Alpha-GPC rapidly delivers choline to the brain across the blood–brain barrier and is a biosynthetic precursor of the acetylcholine neurotransmitter. It is a non-prescription drug in most countries due to its Generally Recognised As Safe (GRAS) status.How Does Alpha-GPC Work?Choline from the diet is transported to the brain for use. Extra choline is stored in cell membranes, and alpha-GPC is an intermediate step. The process begins when choline is converted into a substance called CDP-choline, which is then converted into another chemical called PC. This is used as a building block in cell membranes. Later, when there is a shortage of choline, PC is extracted from cell membranes. This PC is broken down into alpha-GPC, which is further broken down into choline.Ingested alpha-GPC enters brain cells easily and waits until it’s needed. Now, when brain cells require more choline, they have a choice between grabbing PC from their membranes or using what’s floating around. The latter option skips a step in the process and preserves the integrity of cell membranes. This, in turn, allows the brain to maintain high cognitive function without self-destructing.

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