DECAPRIME keeps fluid in your joint to promote healing. Also, it fills your muscles as long as your taking a test with it. You’ll have good strength gains that are gradual enough that you keep them. And while you’re on it you’re never sore.
DECAPRIME will always be a top staple in the bodybuilding world. Why wouldn’t it? Not only did athletes choose this steroid because of the DECAPRIME profile of both bulking and cutting effects but also because it is an all-around steroid that can be stacked with almost anything.
It is ironically weak
When we talk about the DECAPRIME profile of its androgenicity, you will be amazed at finding out that it is ironically weak androgenic but strongly anabolic. DECAPRIME is a testosterone derivative but it is only a weak androgen due to some structural difference. Nevertheless, DECAPRIME has amazing anabolic properties and can stimulate protein synthesis very effectively.
Another benefit of Nandrolones is that it has a weak negative impact on cholesterol levels, making it a great choice for users at risk for heart attack and stroke.
Don’t Trade Specific Activity for Yield
There is a trade-off between probe yield and probe specific activity when using the random-priming method for labeling DNA. Both limiting nucleotide and template mass affect probe yield. Until the labeled nucleotide becomes limiting, the larger the amount of DNA template used, the greater the yield of probe. However, once the labeled nucleotide becomes limiting, additional template will only result in lower specific activity, since the unlabeled template competes with the labeled probe for target. The accompanying figure shows the effect of probe-specific activity on the limits of target detection. Note that probe made with the smallest amount of template DNA (6.25 ng) was able to detect target present at 1/4 to 1/8 the level as the probe made with the largest amount of template (100 ng).
Maximal Yields of High Specific Activity Probes
The DECAprime™ II DNA Labeling Kit produces probes with maximum specific activity even when the DNA template is impure or the quantity is unknown or very low. Data shows that low template amounts require long incubation times to reach maximum specific activity. Under these conditions, extended reaction times will increase both the yield and the specific activity of the probe.