Testosterone Acetate CAS NO 1045-69-8

  • Price:


  • minimum:

  • Total supply:

  • Delivery term:

    The date of payment from buyers deliver within days

  • seat:


  • Validity to:

    Long-term effective

  • Last update:

    2019-07-05 22:55

  • Browse the number:


Send an inquiries

Company Profile

Hangzhou You Rui Science & Technology Co.,Ltd

By certification [File Integrity]







Website:http://www.kangrui-biotech.com/ http://yaorui.hrtchina.com/

Product Details

Product Name: Testosterone acetate

Synonyms: Testosterone 17-acetate vetranal,

CAS: 1045-69-8

MF: C21H30O3

MW: 330.46

EINECS: 213-876-6

Testosterone acetate Chemical Properties

Melting point 139-141 °C

Boiling point 427.89°C (rough estimate)


Testosterone Acetate is the major androgenic hormone that is responsible for the growth and development of masculine characteristics. It is produced in the Leydig cells (interstitial cells) of the testes. It regulates gonadotropic secretion and wolffian duct differentiation (formation of the epididymis, VAS deferens, and seminal vesicle), and stimulates skeletal muscle. It is also responsible for other male characteristics and spermatogenesis after its conversion to dihydrotestosterone by 5alpha-reductase in peripheral tissue. Testosterone is converted to dihydrotestosterone in the target tissues where it appears to mediate many of the biological actions of testosterone. In addition, testosterone possesses protein anabolic properties, manifested by retention of nitrogen, calcium, phosphorus, and potassium, and is important in maintaining muscle mass and bone tissue in the adult male. Email:icey@chinataigui-steroid.com taigui-icey@hotmail.com


Responsible for promoting health and well-being through enhanced libido, energy, immunity, increased fat loss, gaining and maintaining lean muscle mass, preventing Osteoporosis (loss of bone density) and possible protection against heart disease.

Testosterone binds to the Androgen Receptors (AR), which thus causes accelerated muscle gain, fat loss, and muscle repair and growth. These mechanisms are stimulated by activation of the Androgen Receptors (either directly or as DHT).