|Molecular Weight||142.16 g/mol|
|Synonyms||2-Pyrrolidone-N-Acetamide, Avigilen, Axonyl, Cerebroforte, Cerepar N, Ciclofalina, Cuxabrain, Dinagen, Gabacet, Geram, Memo, Puren, Memo-Puren, Nootrop|
|Application||Piracetam is a modulator of neurotransmitter-induced ion flux, and is proposed to enhance neurotransmission via this modulation.|
|Solubility||Soluble to 100 mM in Water|
|Storage||Store at room temperature or cooler, in a sealed airtight container, protected from heat, light and humidity.|
|Stability||Stable for at least two years when stored as above.|
There has been a lot of scientific research conducted on Piracetam to date. Hundreds of human clinical studies have been conducted, and hundreds more animal studies. Piracetam is known to many as the ‘father’ of Nootropics – a substance from which many new Nootropics were developed. Many of the early claims about Piracetam’s abilities have since come under scrutiny.
 Malykh A. (2010). “Piracetam and piracetam-like drugs: from basic science to novel clinical applications to CNS disorders”. Drugs 70(3):287-312. doi: 10.2165/11319230-000000000-00000. PMID: 20166767.