Before lyophilized peptides can be utilized in the lab, they have to be reconstituted; that is, they must be dissolved in a liquid solution.
We have put together a complete kit for everything needed to begin that process.
This kit includes:
- 1x 30ml BAC water bottle.
- 1x Pack of 10 count U-100 Insulin Syringe 29G 1cc 1/2-Inch (12.7mm).
- 4x alcohol swabs.
Example using BAC water as the diluent:
Step 1 – Remove the plastic cap from the peptide vial to expose the rubber stopper.
Step 2 – Remove the plastic cap from the BAC water vial to expose the rubber stopper.
Step 3 – To prevent bacterial contamination, swab the rubber stoppers with alcohol.
Step 4 – Extract 1mL (milliliters) of water from the BAC water vial.
Step 5 – Insert 1mL (milliliters) of sterile water into the peptide vial, letting the water slowly enter the vial.
Step 6 – Gently swirl the solution until all peptide is dissolved – do not shake the vial.
We have included a video demonstration here on the next tab.