Please note, this OEL/ADE monograph also applies to calcium 3-hydroxy-3-methylbutyrate hydrate (CAS RN 135236-72-5). Beta-hydroxyisovaleric acid, also known as beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate (HMB), is a metabolite of the essential amino acid leucine. It is available as a free acid and as the calcium salt and is used as a nutritional supplement to increase muscle mass in muscle wasting conditions. HMB is synthesized endogenously in the body by a reversible transamination of leucine to alpha-ketoisocaproic acid by branched-chain amino acid aminotransferase which primarily occurs in skeletal muscle. HMB stimulates protein synthesis by upregulation of anabolic signaling pathways and decreases proteolysis by downregulation of catabolic signaling pathways, thereby affecting muscle protein turnover.
Affygility Solutions has an occupational exposure limit (OEL) and control band assignment for this active pharmaceutical ingredient (API). This monograph also contains the acceptable daily exposure (ADE) value.
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