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

  1. 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!

  2. Just get the AA to be safe.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  3. 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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