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Purines


Purine is a substance present in the body, mainly in the form of purine nucleotide, which plays a very important role in energy supply, metabolic regulation and coenzyme composition.


Types Of Purines


Chemical Name CAS MF
Adenosine Cyclphosphate CAS 60-92-4

Adenosine Cyclphosphate

60-92-4

C10H11N5O6P

Kinetin CAS 525-79-1

Kinetin

525-79-1

C10H9N5O

Adenine CAS 73-24-5

Adenine

73-24-5

C5H5N5

6-Chloropurine CAS 87-42-3

6-Chloropurine

87-42-3

C5H3ClN4

2,6-Dichloropurine CAS 5451-40-1

2,6-Dichloropurine

5451-40-1

C5H2Cl2N4

Guanine CAS 73-40-5

Guanine

73-40-5

C5H5N5O

Adenine Sulfate CAS 321-30-2

Adenine Sulfate

321-30-2

C5H7N5O4S

What Does Purines Do To Your Body?

Purines is the component of nucleic acids, which are one of the basic components of the human body. It plays an important role in the growth and development of human body and reproduction, and is also the material basis of genetics.

What Does Purines Do To Your Body?

How Long Do Purines Stay In Your System?

Purines eventually forms uric acid after a series of metabolic changes. Uric acid in the body has no physiological function, under normal circumstances, the body produced uric acid, 2/3 by the kidneys, the remaining 1/3 from the intestines.

How Long Do Purines Stay In Your System?

Where Do Purines Come From?

The sources of purines are divided into endogenous purines which is mainly from oxidative decomposition of nucleic acids, accounting for 80% of the total purines, and exogenous purines is mainly from food intake, accounting for 20% of the total purines.

Where Do Purines Come From?
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