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1260 E Locust St. Suite 302 Ontario, California 91761,United States

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Local Business 702-350-7698
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510-431-9888

SHANGHAI OFFICE

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Room 1604,Block B,NewCaohejing International Business Center, No.391 Gui Ping Road,Shanghai 200233,China

Office Phone 0086-21-60904639
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Genabolix Canada office

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1405-5288 Melbourne Street, Vancouver V5R 6E6, Canada

Email: sales@genabolix.com
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Genabolix Europe office

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Grensstraat 4, 4645 BS Putte, The Netherlands (Nederland)

Attn: Jan de Heij
Tel: 00 31 (0)164603336
Email: jan@genabolix.com
Customer Service: customer@genabolix.com
510-431-9888

Genabolix South Africa office

Address

Rivonia Boulevard, Rivonia Road, Sandton, Johannesburg South Africa

Attn: Raj Bachulal
Tel: +27824805900
Email: raj@genabolix.com
Customer Service: customer@genabolix.com
510-431-9888

Methyl-EAA®

Methyl-EAATM, our registered brand for N-Methyl-DL-aspartic acid(NMA), a derivative of D-Aspartic acid (DAA), which is a putative excitatory neurotransmitter existing in human brain. It belongs to one important family of Amino acid, named Excitatory Amino acid (EAA). This EAA family is directly related with glutamate function within human brain and has profound impact on the senior endocrine system of human body.

Now it’s well-known about D-Aspartic acid (DAA) and its application in Testosterone elevating, and scientific researches revealed that a major part of the effect is accomplished via NMDA receptor pathway. Currently some manufacturers also would like to apply N-methyl-D-Aspartic acid (NMDA) to sporting nutrition industry as one endocrine regulation tool, because NMDA is deemed 100 times more potent than DAA at stimulating the NMDA receptor. However, NMDA is such an uneconomical compound comparing with DAA, so it hasn’t been applied universally. Then studies are focused on NMA.

NMA is the raceme form of NMDA, which means it possesses at least 50% of the NMDA potency for stimulating NMDA receptor. Till present quite a large number of scientific articles have proved NMA’s comprehensive and powerful functions in profound hormonal increase and simultaneous stimulation, including increasing the levels of Growth Hormone (GH), Luteinizing Hormone (LH) and Testosterone.

There’re some criticisms about NMDA, mainly because its mechanism in human body will possibly lead to adverse effects, like excitotoxity and generating estradiol. In one research, scientist proved NMA was just as half excitotoxic as NMDA (NMDA rated 100, NMA rated 45-65). Therefore, in summary, NMA can compete with DAA in the excellent performance of improving endocrine, and it’s more economic and can bring lower excitotoxic risk when compared with NMDA. All these advantages make Methyl-EAATM a promising candidate for endocrine regulation formulation.

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