IGF1-DES: acetic acid or bacteriostatic water? help!

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    IGF1-DES: acetic acid or bacteriostatic water? help!


    There are quite a few anecdotal reports of its being fine in bac. water, but apparently the gold standard is acetic acid.

    I'm struggling to find actual info on whether IGF1-DES is stable in bacteriostatic water, and if so, for how long.Thanks for any input on this guys!

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    It's my understanding the aa is needed to dissolve the product, and the bac is just an additive to dilute for site pinning issues.
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